If you were convinced, as was I, that Dodd Ferrelle and S.N.I.P.A.'s "Go Dawgs (Sic 'Em Woof Woof Woof)" represented the glorious pinnacle of UGA-football-anthem inanity, it's time to readjust your worldview.
In case you haven't heard by now, the highlight of Coachella this past weekend was not, as you might expect, a live performance, but the unveiling of a minute-and-a-half teaser for Daft Punk's hotly anticipated new album, Random Access Memories (out May 21).
On Tuesday, Atlanta noise-rock outfit Deerhunter was the musical guest on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," and the band played the title track from its upcoming album, Monomania. It was a hell of a performance: aside from the hedonistic, scuzzed-out glory of the tune itself, frontman Bradford Cox (an Athens native) appeared as a bandaged-up version of his new alter ego Connie Lungpin, sauntering off stage near the end of the song and wandering down a 30 Rock hallway, eventually pausing to wait for an elevator.
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