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Philadelphia punks indulge their instincts and land somewhere between the sweaty basement and the stadium.
Following my post last week on Buddy DeFranco and Kenny Drew, reader Rick Dobrydney sent along a story that sums up Buddy and his aesthetic... "When I was in high school in 1968, I saw the Glenn Miller Orchestra that...
Back when Death by Audio was known as the Sugar Factory, they used to have shows in the loft space adjacent to what's now the main show space. They call that space The Ranch and it looks like they're...
James Farm "City Folk" / Nonesuch RecordsJoshua Redman, Aaron Parks, Matt Penman, Eric HarlandHouston Person "The Melody Lingers On" / HighNote RecordsSaxophonist Houston Person with Steve Nelson - vibes, Lafayette Harris - piano, Ray...Show More Summary
There’s something happening here. What it is ain’t exactly clear.I think it’s time we stop, children, what’s that sound. Everybody look what’s going down. Once you escape from the homogenized city center Liverpool is a city where beards,...Show More Summary
We haven’t written enough about Antonioni. Probably because he said this: “I am personally very reluctant to use music in my films, for the simple reason that I prefer to work in a dry manner, to say things with the least means possible,” At least until he decided to work with Herbie Hancock and then […]
Hello baby chickens! You won’t want to miss Inspired And The Sleep‘s first debut show in Vancouver with Mother Upduff and Raccoon Eyes. Check the postyy above for all show details and listen to them tunes below. Winnie will see you there...Show More Summary
Also known as “Nameless Suede”, an “ex knucklehead turned prophet.” Influenced by Stereolab, Cannibal Ox and Massive Attack. Shout outs to Al Jazeera, Johnny Rotten, Bronies. Hallucinatory vibes. Sober thoughts. BAGPIPES. Love songs to significant opposites. Show More Summary
Following up on some nerding out during our recent 20JFG Berlin dude odyssey, your humble scribe felt compelled to catch up on Michael Mann’s earlier opus, before his focus fell squarely on the violent underbelly of the knowledge economy, and the stony-faced men who inhabit it. We begin this retrospective with The Keep, Mann’s second […]
The post slipped out of time during the transition to this glorious new body (which is still beta, kids). As such it’s very confused about A) being in the UK and not Germany and B) what a 503 is. Please humour it while it readjusts… 10th October 2014 Later on today, all of 20JFG’s current […]
Menoftheirword,ChrisPaul,BlakeGriffinandNealBrennanairedtheirsketchcomedy/JordanBrandinfomercial,BGCP3TVinHD,shortlyaftermidnightonAdultSwim.Andtobequitehonest,theresultwasn’thalfbad.Infact,IlaughedquiteafewtimesthroughoutthenearsevShow More Summary
I am in receipt of James Klosty’s handsome new coffee-table volume John Cage Was, a book of photographs of John Cage, many of them rare and unseen before, all of them telling. For the margins Klosty asked a lot of people connected with Cage to write descriptions of him of a hundred words or less, using […]
Last year, Sun Kil Moon frontman Mark Kozelek announced he would release a full length album of Holiday classics on November 10th the following year. He only teased a few tracks at the time, leaving us to pack up our excitement with the rest of the Christmas decorations. Well bust out your ugly sweaters and inflatable Santas, […]
If there’s one thing that defines punk rock, it’s proper planning. If there are two things that define punk rock, it’s proper planning and fondant—two punk rock ideals that have become sadly lost in punk rock’s absorption into the mainstream. Show More Summary
JoeBudden’sfocused,man.Rightnow,he’sdroppingsolidmaterial–“OrdinaryShitPt.4? and“DevilInMyRoom” withCrookedI–andmaintaininghismomentumheadedintothereleaseoftwonewretailprojects.Hislatestoffering“DreamOn,”producedbyDarknightand8Bars,isJoeyinhiscomfortzone:dark,defiantandupfrontwiththehonestyasheownsuptohisshortcomings.
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In this era of Instagram, we all know just how easy it is to crop the hell out of a picture to remove from the fringes all unwanted detritus (i.e., our friends) and maximize the attractiveness of the image’s primary subject (i.e., ourself). But back in the day you needed a degree in graphic design [...]
1. Florida Georgia Line “Anything Goes” 197,000 copies They’re a singles act until proven otherwise. As it should be. Where was it written that fans should fall all over you as soon as you debut? In the old days you sold singles until people believed in you, then they partook of the album, the concept […] The post This Week’s SoundScan appeared first on Lefsetz Letter.