Tenor saxophonist Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (above) and organist Wild Bill Davis recorded together intermittently in the 1950s, '60s and '70s. Their first session together was in 1959 on Arnett Cobb's Blow, Arnett, Blow for Prestige. Then, they were together on...
Low - "What Part Of Me". Spend twenty years honing your craft, studying your books, practicing your scales, running your course, writing your rhymes, hitting your ball, repeating your tenses, learning your tools, tracing your circles, swimming your laps, dancing...
Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture is an emotionally augmented reality of the best countryside walk you ever did. Rolling hills and quaint little villages, the joy of discovering a hidden path taking you to one of those secluded spots where the epiphany awaits. It is as close to the real thing as we can get with […]
The first man to ever play a DJ set on the playa discusses the moment that the festival lost its soul.
This page contains my jazz improvisation recordings from 2015. As you'll hear below, these jazz recordings feature such highlights as cracked notes, poor note choice, unsteady rhythm, and meandering phrases! And that's why recording myself is so important. Show More Summary
The Overthinkers tackle horror film and the cinema of the late, great Wes Craven. Episode 374: Murder is Literature by Other Means originally appeared on Overthinking It, the site subjecting the popular culture to a level of scrutiny it probably doesn't deserve. [Latest Posts | Podcast (iTunes Link)]
Django Django’s new album ‘Born Under Saturn’ is a heavy hitter, spoiling us with endless thrills and spills that are mostly redolent of the great synth pop songs that emerged in the 1980’s. Production has improved since back then and this album really fills the space that is blood soaked between the left and right earbuds. Show More Summary
Quick recap: John Scalzi Is Not A Very Popular Author And I Myself Am Quite Popular is a parody of an ebook by an obnoxious bigot who is obsessed with me, and I said (full details here) that if people raised $2,500 for Con or Bust, which funds science fiction convention memberships for people of color, […]
Special guest Holtzmann from Planet Destiny joins IGN resident Guardians Fran Mirabella and Sean Finnegan to discuss the ever-changing future of Destiny.
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Board games? Card games? And adorable animals?! Yes, Armello has it all, and it's launching on PS4 next week.
That real island you can win by playing Just Cause 3 isn't the first video game publicity stunt.
One of the most consistently good labels of the past year or two Redux are back with a new EP from Argentinian bass maestro Fernando. Already on my radar as 1/4 of 2020 Soundsystem and 1/2 of Silver City it was his solo cover of Bauhaus’ ‘A Kick In The Eye’ released last autumn though […]
2020Vision have done the right thing with the next Crazy P release drafting in New Yorkers Still Going for remix duties. Whilst we impatiently wait for the follow up to the imperious Still Going Theme to drop, this remix will serve well enough as musical methadone. Crazy P – Caught Up (Still Going Dub) After […]
Devindra chats with Wilson Morales, editor of Blackfilm, and Guardian contributor Ben Westhoff about Straight Outta Compton. Spoiler: It’s one biopic you won’t want to miss. Check out Ben’s pieces on the inaccuracies of the film (with...Show More Summary
Pianist Bernard Peiffer began recording in 1943, during the German occupation of Paris. By 1949, he was recording in Paris with touring American musicians such as Don Byas, Bill Coleman, Hot Lips Page, Sidney Bechet, James Moody and Kenny Clarke....
This week's Xbox show tackles the question of whether or not we ever want to see Master Chief's face. Plus: win your own actual island with Just Cause 3 and more!
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On the TFT Podcast, Ryan and Matt listen to and discuss Van Halen's "1984." Episode 174: I’ll bet Donald Trump is a Huge Van Halen fan originally appeared on Overthinking It, the site subjecting the popular culture to a level of scrutiny it probably doesn't deserve. [Latest Posts | Podcast (iTunes Link)]