Jack Antonoff Profiled for Entertainment Weekly

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  1. Melody Bot

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    Jack Antonoff was profiled by Entertainment Weekly:


    No artist shaped the sound of pop music in 2017 more than Jack Antonoff — if only because Jack Antonoff practically was the sound of pop music in 2017. Whether he was putting out music with his solo project, Bleachers, or writing with artists such as Taylor Swift, Lorde, and St. Vincent, the prolific producer was all over your favorite records this year.

     
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  2. Malatesta

    i may get better but we won't ever get well Prestigious

    personally i really dislike Antonoff's style but it is interesting to see a semi-dethroning of the Dr. Luke/Max Martin radio style
     
  3. Tom Lee

    Tea Leaf and ⅓ of Hora Douse.

    I'm the opposite. I love his scatterbrain.
     
  4. Kyle Max

    Trusted Prestigious

    I want Steel Train
     
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  5. Kingjohn_654

    One day we'll be perfect Prestigious

    Bring back Steel Train!
     
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  6. If you don't think Steel Train would sound exactly like Bleachers right now you're only kidding yourselves.
     
  7. Kingjohn_654

    One day we'll be perfect Prestigious

    I've always been a kidder.
     
  8. heymattrick

    Denver, CO Supporter

    Bleachers’ music changed my life immeasurably this year
     
  9. sammyboy516

    Regular Prestigious

    Cool that he is having so much success.

    What happened to Nate Ruess? Lol
     
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  10. dumpweed41

    Newbie

    I cant believe he doesnt think he has a sound. Most of the songs on the new bleachers/lorde/swift records are basically interchangeable soundwise, and i think swifts actually suffered from it.
     
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  11. Tom Lee

    Tea Leaf and ⅓ of Hora Douse.

    I saw an article posted on here the other week, I think he's busy with a kid now and writing a Broadway show (?).
     
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  12. Uh. I could not disagree with this more.
     
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  13. foomanfat

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    If new Steel Train sounds like Bleachers, please don't bring back Steel Train.
     
  14. Cool. Very edgy.
     
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  15. foomanfat Dec 30, 2017
    (Last edited: Dec 30, 2017)
    foomanfat

    Newbie

    Apologies. No edge intended. I liked Steel Train a lot and don't really care for Bleachers.

    Or maybe. I'll just go with this.
    Cool. Very edgy.
     
  16. Good one.
     
  17. TJ Wells

    Trusted Prestigious

    Yeah but live they’d still play Steel train songs.
     
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  18. Dunno why you didn’t see them when they were a band and no one cared.
     
  19. tdlyon

    Pawnee Forever Supporter

    I decided to give both Bleachers albums a listen on a whim a few weeks ago and I loved them, can't believe I've been sleeping on them so long
     
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  20. sawhney[rusted]2

    I'll write you into all of my songs Supporter

    Did you give St. Vincent’s new album a listen?
     
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  21. duritzfan13

    all we have is time

    When did Jack Antonoff threads start turning into whiny "i want old band back" threads??? How lame
     
  22. TJ Wells

    Trusted Prestigious

    I did, several times.
     
  23. slimfenix182

    FUCKIN SAVAGES IN THAT FUCKIN BOX Supporter

    I saw Steel Train play in between Senses Fail and Finch. That was one awkward show wow lol
     
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  24. Tom Lee

    Tea Leaf and ⅓ of Hora Douse.

    What a show, haha.
     
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  25. dumpweed41

    Newbie

    I should clarify that I love both the Bleachers and Lorde records, but I do suspect that my lack of interest in the new Swift record has at least a little to do with fatiguing on the sound altogether.

    Haven't yet, didn't know he was involved with that one. Will have to take a listen.