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Monday, December 07, 2009 


Simon Reynolds' Guardian essay on the decade's music is a very worthwhile piece of writing. But let's be honest, if not for the fact that he's mentioned the upcoming (one-off) Stylus reunion, which he's contributing to, I might not have blogged it. Note too that Ian Cohen, who wrote the Pitchfork Arcade Fire blurb Reynolds writes about, is a Stylus alum.

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