Where the 1990’s go to die

I wish musicians would stop spreading the fallacy that the nineties were, according to Stephen Malkmus, “a weird dead zone.” Further: “‘The ’90s had the Internet, great. I don’t know what really traumatic thing happened in the ’90s. It’s probably going to seem like this ideal time to a lot of people, eventually.’” Yes, yes, a Holiday From History and that other post-Fukayama drivel now peddled by anti-nostalgists like Malkmus.

On the other hand, the article also mentions that Beck is producing tracks for Dwight Yoakam.

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