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Nite Jewel / One Second of Love [2012]

Nite Jewel / One Second of Love

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  1. Everyone February 15, 2012

    Nite Jewel is amazing. Hot. Hot. Hot.

    • noone February 15, 2012

      holy shit, just listened to the whole thing. It is ridiculously good. I can’t even understand why it’s so good. Really, not just saying that… Give it a listen!

    • REVIEWS February 18, 2012

      Like a female James Blake, this is so bad I can’t understand why its up for debate, or a point of interest at all.

  2. aNewFaceInHell February 15, 2012

    Nite Jewel, huh? I get it… Anchorman interp of the 80s but kidding but not kidding so you’ve got all the bases covered. Wake up kids, the eighties fucking sucked! The glut of lazy cassette purist/chillwave (really? chill.. wave? I have to type that out loud?) “bands” is even more stale, safe and sexless than the dogshit they’re aping from the first time around. Steal a Birthday Party record instead.

    • esssssssss February 15, 2012

      lollings @ dude trying to impress their immense music knowledge and talk about the state of current indie when they evidently have no idea. whether you like the music or not you can’t really deny that the 80s were a ridiculously fertile decade, everything from indie pop to hardcore to house and techno to italo and hi-nrg to industrial and ebm took off in that time.

      comments are fine if they’re genuinely critical but ones that just say ‘oh my god all this sucks i’m the absolute paragon of musical knowledge anyone who listens to this is below me’ because it just says more about yourself then it does about the music.

      fucksake this has annoyed me. i’m not even a big fan of nite jewel but this attitude is so irritating, it just baffles me that so many people that claim to love experimental/outsider/forward thinking music can be so conservative and narrowminded. music is a beautiful and unifying thing so why do people have to believe they’re superior to it?

      • ted February 15, 2012

        well what i gleamed from youtube it dont sound anything like the birthday party, heck it dont even sound 80’s nothing like DM or colourbox or something nope
        more like zola jesus

        • Zinnc February 15, 2012

          Miss the point much?

          • ted February 17, 2012

            nope i dont miss the point this dont sound like new order or anything from the 80’s, maybe if you didnt have such a false conception of the 80’s sound. to me its sounds like aughties 80’s revival maybe
            but it dont sound like the 80’s dont sound lik Berlin dont sound like depeche mode dont sound like colourbox or even talk talk theres no fairlight on it or any emu emulator dont even sound like soft cell
            its not good but it dont sound 80’s to me at all
            music is subjective anyways maybe if you could point out some 80’s bands that this sounds like

        • heck ernie! February 15, 2012

          darn it! i don’t shoun’ like the 80’s now!

      • aNewFaceInHell February 17, 2012

        Hey, I’m not here to do anything beyond crack wise. I have an opinion. Opinions are welcome here, correct(?), as you’ve just posted yours. I don’t give a shit in the grand scheme of things about music, for fucks sake. The world is on fire and music is a nice diversion. I don’t give a fuck about elitism. I love great pop music. But I do take issue with bands that recycle stale tropes (like Pearl Jam did in the 90s) and claim that they’ve just shat gold, especially in light of the ease of which anyone can produce music nowadays. If you’re going to write shitty Eighties inspired garbage on your laptop, at least own up to it. Don’t reference the worst aspects of the 1980s in your presentation out of sheer laziness. Do it like Big Black. Be original- even if you are writing pop music. Do your own shtick.

        • Zinnc February 17, 2012

          Oh come on already, get over yourself! I’m no fan of the band, but honestly, Pearl Jam just liked rock music from punk to classic rock so they tried to make some as best they could and were lucky enough that some people liked it so it sold. Maybe their fans get carried away when they describe it (fan is short for fanatic after all) but I’m pretty sure Pearl Jam never claimed any golden bowel movements.

          At the end of the day, it’s just music – ya know, entertainment(!!) – you either like it or you don’t! It’s foolish to spend much time dwelling on what you don’t like and vain and rude to waste the time of others trying to convince them their opinions are wrong.

          • aNewFaceInHell February 19, 2012

            I think Pearl Jam look a lot better in retrospect, but they were pretty awful and grasping on that first record. They opened the FM rabbit hole to everything from Creed to Nickelback.
            That being said, they did a lot to make up for that over the years. E-Vedd’s Into The Wild record is fantastic. That being said, I think criticism is essential. One thing that strikes me about the last decade of music is that it’s been the greatest period of innovation since 1978-1984, but also the most politically correct. Why?

      • 8n8 February 17, 2012

        you mean the 70’s

        • aNewFaceInHell February 19, 2012

          mmmmm 70’s bush

          • aNewFaceInHell February 19, 2012

            By that I mean 70 year olds.

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  4. aNewFaceInHell February 15, 2012

    Skrillex is Dubstep for ABC Family viewers.

    • hatr February 15, 2012

      He was trying to say that the chick in the picture looks like Skrillex. Which is accurate.

      You ruined the joke. Happy?

      Oh, by the way: The new Sleigh Bells has leaked. WE NEED IT ON NODATA, NOW. IT IS SUPERIOR.

  5. aNewFaceInHell February 15, 2012

    Skrillex is for virgins trying really hard to imagine what sex is like. You are late for your shift at Subway.

  6. aNewFaceInHell February 15, 2012

    Skrillex is for people who think 5 gum ads are documentaries. Skillex is for people who want to have a threeway with John Penney and Corey Feldman circa ‘Stand By Me’ if it’s okay with mom after she picks their clothes out for them.

  7. ted February 15, 2012

    Skrillex is like an info-mercial

  8. penis February 15, 2012

    what the fuck has nite jewel to do with skrillex?

    • tud February 15, 2012


      • penes February 15, 2012

        jus go fugking suck fugging skrillbex penis ass with wipe on botty bum, u loughlyfe battomfudding trod feend. honestly, absulte basturd. i like night jowel, kiss ma arse so wot.

    • aNewFaceInHell February 16, 2012

      Christ, I don’t know. Some dude said Skrillex apropos of nothing and I made some dumb jokes.

      • noggir February 17, 2012

        it bcos she luuk lyk him foo

        • aNewFaceInHell February 19, 2012

          Do you spell like that when you’re explaining to your PO why you’re allergic to careers and pussy?

    • aNewFaceInHell February 17, 2012

      Don’t say penis in this house!

  9. ▐▐▌▐▀▐▐▀▌ February 15, 2012

    this bitch is for impressionable lil kids who barely know any music and have just recently started to notice that there is a world of things beyond top 40 radio…

    • penes2 February 15, 2012

      why mus u sexism? oke notsogud muskic but i say two tuddy befrore, kiss my arse so wot. if no lyke jowel shuld shud dup no? kant belife im talkeeng 2 such speeaky bastuds; go lissun gaga or jims bleek den, sorry hipsotr arse muddafuckas.

      • ▐▐▌▐▀▐▐▀▌ February 15, 2012

        see, here is the perfect example. this kid’s knowledge doesn’t extend beyond gaga and jimmy blake, so if i diss his beloved buzz artist, to him my only other options are those 2 other crap artists.
        you need to dig deeper lil boy.

        • penes3 February 15, 2012

          i kno plunty artists, fock u. if no lissun gaga or blike, then why nut groopa or ben frost, of whuteva. buzz artist kiss my unwipied ars, so wut, eat shit nuts foo. Alsos i not lil boy, i whole fokkung trity yars auld. kiss my craker arss speshul key usin muthfucka. oh kool, u cun say ‘diss’ you big whyt boi black ass wannabe crackrjcak lumberman. go back to 4chin or hiponion of whuteva whiteboy bord you post on sucka.

          • heck ernie! February 15, 2012

            ur dumb

          • ▐▐▌▐▀▐▐▀▌ February 15, 2012

            Ok, you got me, well done for digging deeper. I guess I’ll just have to cry into my degree whilst listening to Ben Frost. Aside from that, this album has improved after a couple of listens; I take back what I said about it earlier. Plus it looks like this bitch might have a fair pair beneath that lovely top she is wearing ;)

          • aNewFaceInHell February 17, 2012

            crakrjcak lumberman

    • wow February 15, 2012

      lol what a dumb comment. i like nite jewel and i have over 2,000 artists, most of them dug from extremely deep res scrobbled on my page so what now hahahaha dumb ass

      • ▐▐▌▐▀▐▐▀▌ February 16, 2012


  10. heck ernie! February 15, 2012

    sounds like early gloria estefan demos before she went all latin and shit

    • aNewFaceInHell February 17, 2012

      Ya nailed it, funbuddy.

  11. Gary Garner February 15, 2012

    funniest postings on here in a while

  12. Gary Garner February 15, 2012

    special shout outs to ‘penes’, ‘penes2, and ‘penes3’

    • vaginae February 15, 2012

      The only fault I can find with those posts is the fact they were not, in fact, a group effort of male sexual organs.

  13. Anonymous February 15, 2012

    Oh god yes. She finally has a follow to her debut!

  14. ABC February 15, 2012

    People still use “New Weird America” as a genre?

    • aNewFaceInHell February 17, 2012

      Staff members at Magnet still do, no doubt. Poor fellas.

  15. Fartino February 15, 2012

    HAHA! New weird america^

  16. user February 15, 2012


    • aNewFaceInHell February 17, 2012

      Now that’s not very nice!

  17. ??? February 15, 2012

    I can’t tell if this is a comment section or a pissing contest

  18. adrian February 15, 2012

    would read again 10/10

  19. 02/15 February 15, 2012

    Umm, anyone have anything to say about the album? I thought “Good Evening” and her singles on Italians Do It Better were top notch. Haven’t heard this yet, but what I’ve heard last it was going pretty poppy. Anyway, comments about what this actually is would be much more helpful than a bunch of dick jokes. Everyone’s trying to prove how much they know about the 80’s but to me it just sounds like they never grew up since then.

  20. thee johnny girl February 15, 2012

    Good album…I am not hearing any 80’s references on the new Nite Jewel. I have no idea why people think this is so?? I was also teenager in the 80’s…so anyone that says the 80’s produced musical crap r usually young folks in 2012…tho I loved The Birthday Party and any Nick Cave release (yes I bought them all on vinyl when they came out) the 80’s also spewed out fab bands like Cocteau Twins, Current 93, Marc Almond, Chris & Cosey, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Diamanda Galas, Divine, Echo and the Bunnymen, Opal, Jesus and Mary Chain, Psychic TV, Strawberry Switchblad I could on and on….but the 80’s did not suck…now the 90’s is questionable lol…

    • aNewFaceInHell February 15, 2012

      I was referring to the shallow/pretentious/pop side of the Eighties that a lot of these groups rather clumsily ape.
      The underground groups of the Eighties were unparalleled
      in their greatness on both sides of the Atlantic,and I think
      the great majority of them still hold up.

      Aside from underground music, I found the culture of the period
      intolerably dim-witted and tacky, with the added daily fear of nuclear war hanging overhead.

      • KL February 16, 2012

        I think you’re just old, bro.

        • aNewFaceInHell February 17, 2012

          I think you’re just Bro.

        • aNewFaceInHell February 17, 2012

          Guilty as charged! Then again, I never heard your mom complain, and how could she? She had duct tape all over her mouth.

    • ted February 17, 2012

      my point exactly

  21. triangles February 16, 2012

    black people

    • ▐▐▌▐▀▐▐▀▌ February 16, 2012

      they’ll tell you they can’t help being that way, that it is OUR educational system that has failed THEM. oh well, at least this one appears to know of this great source for new music.

      • ▐▐▌▐▀▐▐▀▌ February 16, 2012

        so im nodata famous now. people are impersonating me. that’s funny.

        • doreen February 16, 2012

          feeling embarassed about the things you said much?

          • doreen February 16, 2012

            why would i feel embarassed, this is the internet. just stating facts son.

  22. Katherine February 16, 2012

    ♥ U, Nite Jewel!

  23. doreen February 16, 2012

    i ♥ this 2

  24. cwr February 16, 2012

    her sound got produced, and it did not lend itself to the charm of her first tracks. instead, it has cheapened her sound and put it through an extremely genre typifying filter. it’s unfortunate because the italians do it better tracks were fresh and exciting. this release is just boring. but of course, something completely mediocre got 50 comments because of the myriad of complete morons on here.

    • aNewFaceInHell February 17, 2012

      Why is production inherently bad or good, and what have Italians done better since the Roman Empire?

      • ciao bella February 17, 2012

        I’d have to say Italians have created the hottest women in the world

        • asdfa February 18, 2012

          hahaaah no

  25. rompipalle February 16, 2012

    che cazzo stai dicendo? Vaffanculo a Lei, la sua moglie, e’ la sua madre. Lei e’ un cafone stronzo. Io non mangio in questo merdaio! Vada via in culo!

    • aNewFaceInHell February 17, 2012

      In 1971, he appeared as the evil magician Hoodoo in Lidsville, a psychedelically flavored live-action children’s program produced by Sid and Marty Krofft that aired on Saturday mornings on ABC. The show was about a boy who falls into a magician’s hat and enters a magical world of hat-humans. It is through these roles, as well as his playing the titular role in Uncle Croc’s Block and appearing once on Walt Disney’s The Mouse Factory, that Reilly’s voice and mannerisms were embedded in a generation of young fans.

  26. Do Re Mi Fa Sol La Si February 17, 2012

    Mmmm I think I like it. It’s a good album. 7/10.

    P.S.—> Go fight in the streets, not here. Please.

  27. 8n8 February 17, 2012

    wow nodata needs a forum all most like a community here

  28. 7up February 17, 2012

    Apparently they’re starting a forum, I’m all for it. It’ll keep the jerks off the main site hopefully. Getting kinda tired of the bad jokes and bickering.

    • aNewFaceInHell February 19, 2012


  29. NR February 17, 2012

    I totally agree 7up. What happened to decent classy people? It’s getting pretty old sifting through all the garbage that people say on here.

  30. Lord Lucan Lives February 18, 2012

    Is there a way to report/hide comments like on youtube? I guess it’s not worth it for a site like this, but just a though. Keep up the good work nodata :)

  31. asdfa February 18, 2012

    all dumb fucking comments aside,
    nite jewel still sucks ass
    always has

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