Milo here. If you hadn't guessed from the past month or so of *this*, I'm taking another extended hiatus of sorts from Stuff and That, due to my A-levels being pretty unforgiving, raping what free time I do have with barbaric force. Of course, these MMMs have been written a few months in advance, so…Read more MMM: All My Stars Aligned – St. Vincent
Milo here. And let us carry that steady stream of MMMs down to the holy water, where they will prosper. Today, we're giving Blur a bit of airtime with Coffee & TV, the second single from 1999's 13. Watch the classic video below: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6oqXVx3sBOk I've always been a pretty steady Blur fan, always being my…Read more MMM: Coffee & TV – Blur
Milo here. And we're coming to the end of a pretty quick-n-painless wrap-up period here at Stuff And That, thank goodness for that. In 2018, though I'm sure this may seem pitiful by some of your standards, I listened to a pretty deesh 128 albums, and thus I've had a pretty good year. As such,…Read more Top 50 Albums of 2018 – Milo.
Milo here. And so, 2018 is behind us (well, it's behind you, I'm writing this in December), and we're bollocks deep in the end-of-year roundups. We've got some lovely stuff coming up but I figured we'd kick things off with a look back at the year in bangers and tracks. I've been keeping tabs on…Read more Best Songs of 2018 – Milo.
Milo here. Thought today would be a good day to brush off the ol' MMM mantle for this piece of punk-pop classic. Of course, this is as tribute to Pete Shelley who sadly died yesterday at 63 -- leaving behind, with Buzzcocks, a legacy that not many bands can be attributed to. So, today, we're…Read more MMM: Ever Fallen In Love? – Buzzcocks
*gay silence* Milo here. I haven't written down a proper review in a long-ass time, I can appreciate this. However, through all the daft features I'm pushing, some real music writtin' is what we need, I think. And what better than an album that I haven't stopped listening to since I got it -- this…Read more Lush – Snail Mail (2018) – Review
Milo here. With new music in the pipeline, there's no better time to check out Metric today, with a look at IOU, the opening song on the band's 2003 debut Old World Underground, Where Are You Now?. Check the video below: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=57KIBKyaTZE Of course, Metric were one of my first favourite bands, their 2005 hit Monster…Read more MMM: IOU – Metric