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Yne and 16 other users successfully predicted 3 years ago that BØRNS would become popular.

1 month ago ?!

Yne wrote 2 years ago

Saw some YT videos and decided to add. Good decision, apparently ;)

I swear I thought he was a she. this is fantastic!

Yne wrote 2 years ago

Close to 10k listeners!

Yne wrote 2 years ago

BØRNS - 10,000 Emerald Pools - Live from The Paste Parlour at CMJ

Yne wrote 2 years ago

Seeing Stars (acoustic)

BØRNS - Seeing Stars (Acoustic)

Yne wrote 2 years ago

The EP is great!

Yne wrote 2 years ago

First of my discoveries to hit 100k!

Yne wrote 2 years ago

(◕‿◕✿)

I think he's hinting at new music on his Twitter, about time too!

Yne wrote 2 years ago

Dopamine LP out soon!

Just heard his music on a Southwest Airlines commercial, it's official guys indie rock is mainstream

Senne wrote 2 years ago

Haha, cool. But hasn't indie rock been mainstream for quite some time now? Just like the term “indie” doesn't really refer to "independent" anymore.

these comments remind me of Lindsay Zoladz' review of Lana Del Rey's Honeymoon:

"When she first appeared on the scene with her DIY-crooner anthem “Video Games,” the indie-rock underground treated her like a threat to its very existence. Four years later, she feels like one of the last flag-bearers of all the virtues it once held dear: The primacy of the album over the single, nostalgia for the guitar-rock and American psychedelia of eras gone by, an utter disinterest in selling out to appeal to a wider audience. For better and sometimes for worse, Lana Del Rey has become our most independent-spirited pop star."

vulture.com/2015/09/lana-del-rey-honeymoon-album-review.html

Yeah, "indie" is more of an ethos thing now. Even though Arcade Fire is "mainstream" at this point, I'd still call them and "indie" band.

Yne wrote a year ago

So much fun live!

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