Kevin Parker turned 32 a few days ago! Will he get a birthday gift or some birthday punches? 28. Dear Skorpio Magazine- Neon Indian- 7.146 Highest Score: @CorgiCorgiCorgi (10) @Consideration (10) Lowest Score: @enjoy (4) A seemingly wholesome song in an album full of Smut(!) and hedonism. Until you Google it and find out that Skorpio is a glorified **** magazine that ran until 1996. Imagine a song in 30 years called “Dear @SexualGifsDaily”. Or maybe even “Dear What do you look like?” thread”. The lyrics are about encountering a model from the magazine in real life, feeling nervous, stalking her from a few blocks away, and making brief eye contact with her, inspiring the letter. Beautiful. Between the lack of commentary for this song (shout out to @Remorque !) and the placement, I guess it wasn't too popular. Musically, his vocals are a little more R&B on this and this feels more like a midtempo (ie- when you can drink orange soda on the side of the gym during your 7th grade dance before they played Everytime We Touch by Cascada again and you and your hennies had to run back onto the dance floor). There's some interesting guitar and sax work. It was notable enough to get revisited by the blog Frenchshuffle.com, who also praised Palomo's vocals and the "glofi synthwork". Dinner Party Download called it "It’s almost like a diary to nowhere", which sounds pretty bleak. @Remorque (7.5) called this a lovely shuffle. Here's a lively performance at the Pitchfork festival.