May 2011 Archives

S/T, Birch Book

Birch Book by Birch Book (Review)

Though less psychedelic than In Gowan Ring, Birch Book finds B’eirth crafting music that is just as lovely and haunting.
Twin Peaks

“The Nightingale” by Death Coast (Twin Peaks Cover)

A haunting witch house cover of that Twin Peaks ballad.
EverythingIsChemical - lovesliescrushing

EverythingIsChemical Virtual 7” No. 7 by Lovesliescrushing (Review)

Lovesliescrushing’s latest is a free download that serves as an excellent introduction to their abstract form of shoegazer ambience.
Marvin Gaye

Marvin Gaye’s What’s Going On Gets the 40th Anniversary Deluxe Treatment

One of the greatest albums of all time is getting the deluxe two-disc treatment, with an extra LP thrown in for good measure.
Hobbes & Bacon

Calvin & Hobbes Return (sort of) In Hobbes and Bacon

Daft Punk Mashup Visual

An Awesome HTML5/CSS3 Visualization of the “Definitive Daft Punk” Mash-up

Daft Punk Mashup Visual

The State of the Arts in 21st Century North America

What does art and being an artist mean in the 21st century?
Myspace

Dear Bands: Please Stop Hosting Your Music on Myspace

Myspace used to be the easiest way to post music online. Not so much anymore.
The 11th Doctor

Doctor Who, Bad Movies, Scientists & Religion, Sci-Fi & Sex, Blockbuster’s Passing & More

The 11th Doctor

Doctor Who, Bad Movies, Scientists & Religion, Sci-Fi & Sex, Blockbuster’s Passing & More

Doctor Who, intentionally bad movies, scientists and religion, pop music’s Ibiza-fication, humanity’s fate, sci-fi and strange sex, politics and the Church, Christians and suffering, music’s increasing narcissism, and the passing of Blockbuster Video.

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