Slint’s 2013 plans

In an in-depth interview, Slint co-founder Dave Pajo says things like, “We’ve got some surprises for next year that fans will be excited about.”


  1. Bill Hancock
    Posted November 13, 2012 at 2:25 pm | Permalink

    Leo continues to remind us of how small of a town we are. Jump at any oppurtunity to talk about a band thats been broken up for more than a decade. If pitchfork hadn’t positively reviewed spiderland we in lou woulsnt give a fuck about “slints 2013 plans”. Also, fuck you peter b.

  2. Ali Thompson
    Posted November 13, 2012 at 5:16 pm | Permalink

    Wow, Bill. Apparently you haven’t bothered to look at the rest of this blog. Go scroll through the last few pages! And as for as Slint- what is the problem with announcing that they have some plans for the near future? I sense you might have some jealousy/self esteem issues.. your lame attempt at trolling here is sad. Keep up the good work, Peter B.

  3. austin weber
    Posted November 14, 2012 at 12:44 pm | Permalink

    Holy crap, can it be true, will I get to see Slint live?!!!!!!!!!!

  4. austin weber
    Posted November 14, 2012 at 12:48 pm | Permalink

    To the guy with the angry comment, we are all jaded in ways, a lot of newer music I feel no connection to as so much of it seems intent on playing a style instead of being truly creative. Spiderland is not only a huge foundation for what would become post-rock, but a beautiful album that is very much tied to the identity of Louisville. In addition, I don’t give a fuck if pitchfork reviewed it, I care because of how it makes me feel emotionally, and dude to be real with you, even in “our small town” a lot of people, especially my generation (kids in their 20s) to people in their 30s, have no clue who Slint is. So they may be hometown heroes but even then it’s not on the level of My Morning Jacket……

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