This Week In Music: Now In 64 Colors

Dec 4th, 2009 // 10 Comments


It’s been a jam-packed week, folks: We’ve picked apart the Grammy noms, feasted on end-of-decade list debates, and celebrated the birthdays of an endlessly quoteable pop star and an aging rapper who’s number one. But oftentimes, mere words just don’t do the music world justice. That’s why we decided to introduce you to the colorful minds behind pop-culture skewering site Pop Waffle. Check out our special joint presentation of “This Week in Music.” We think you’ll agree—sometimes the crayon is mightier than the pen.

  1. LOL @ the dad comment about MJ

  2. ZOMBIEBOT-C37

    7 COMMENTS TOTAL FOR THE DAY. IDOLATOR 2.0 OBVIOUSLY UNDERWHELMING THE MASSES. SOLUTION: MORE BIEBER:GAGA:GLAMBERT “NEWS”.

  3. zoombro

    Ha R. Kelly is not going to be happy

  4. ZOMBIEBOT-C37

    8 COMMENTS TOTAL FOR THE DAY. IDOLATOR 2.0 OBVIOUSLY UNDERWHELMING THE MASSES. SOLUTION: MORE BIEBER:GAGA:GLAMBERT “NEWS”.

  5. Nick S.

    If you’ve obviously spent a ton of time making a web video that almost no one is going to watch, does it make a sound when it falls in the forest?

  6. Awww. Aren’t there enough people in this world who’ve already been sprayed with Michael Jackson’s DNA?

  7. james

    Miley Cyrus is a dumb tart and does not get a pass for that.

  8. menyc

    With every post, idolator becomes more banal and pointless. Hope you have some real Denton dirt, because you’re not going to be around for long. Lates! Totes! Prolly! Vomit!

  9. MorningLight

    @menyc: WOW you’re dense. Gawker sold Idolator more than a year ago, do your homework.

  10. losethesuit

    comes off as pandering (like consecutive ‘rebellious’ mayo commercials) without any mention of Passion Pit’s music to boot. more genuine, less BS please and maybe I can see something like this become an OK regular feature.

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