"But then, per request of an obnoxious audience member to hear ‘My Sharona’, things got strange. Cox obliged to play the song, which at first was generally entertaining. But it morphed into something bizarre, a unending cover that rivaled the length of a Phish concert."
"I hate indie culture. I am not an indie rock musician— I don’t even know what the fuck that means. I’m not independent. I’m co-dependent. ‘Codie rock’— co-dependent rock. For the fuck-ups, I’ll always be there."
— Deerhunter/Atlas Sound mastermind (and “codie rock” pioneer) Bradford Cox.