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Ian F. King
dear jerks is/was an experiential, bi-coastal music blog started with my longtime friend Kyle Heenk in 2012. The idea is/was to write about music the way we talk to each other about it: random experiences, (hopefully) funny observations, and finding quirks in its history and surrounding culture.
some pieces from the old site
"Whenever You See Fit" by Modest Mouse & 764-HERO: Let's Do One of Those Anniversary Write-Ups, Shall We?
Seven Inch Stories: Red Stars Theory
Arbor Day, Y'all: Top 14 Albums with Trees on the Cover (that Rateyourmusic.com Doesn't Want You to Know About)
Dan Snaith, Predictor of Major Weather Events
Night Falls on Hoboken, Part 2: Yo La Tengo in Berlin
Night Falls on Hoboken, Part 1: Chelsea Light Moving at Mawell's
Mt. Erie is a Place, and so is Mount Eerie: Live at (Le) Poisson Rouge
The C in The Sea and Cake (is for Consistency): Live at Littlefield
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