Bands With Cats Steve Gendron with Anise By Cheena Jean Normandin Name: Steve Gendron Bands: Version Three, Dancing on Glass, Irish Misty Rose. Roles: Singer, songwriter, guitarist, producer, Record Label Owner (Castle Donnington Records) Dancing on Glass was on Spinner Records now on his own label. Show More Summary
Circa 1910. "Courthouse -- Springfield, Massachusetts." 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.
Superwoman Alice Glass (seriously, her Wikipedia page lists the multiple injuries and illnesses she’s conquered over the course of her career) announced that she is leaving Crystal Castles, effectively ending the two-person band. Glass...Show More Summary
Crystal Castles have broken up. Singer Alice Glass posted to social media about her departure from the group late last night, saying her exit marks “the end of the band.” Glass said she’ll soldier on solo, adding that her “art and [her]...Show More Summary
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Crystal Castles, the band that may best be remembered for stealing a picture of a
Alice Glass at Lollapalooza 2013 (more by Dana (distortion) Yavin) Alice Glass, the singer and one half of Crystal Castles with Ethan Kath, has left the band. She wrote on Facebook:I am leaving Crystal Castles. My art and my self-expression...
Well, it was a good run. After 10 years, three very good albums, and a whole lot of feverishly intense live shows, the Toronto duo Crystal Castles have broken up. This morning, singer Alice Glass announced her departure from the group, citing “a multitude of reasons both personal and professional” and making overtures about starting [...]
Singer Alice Glass will launch a solo project.
Washington, D.C., 1921. "Southeast corner, Connecticut Avenue and I Street at 17th N.W." The former Army & Navy Club, which by the 1920s housed a number of medical and dental offices. 8x6 glass negative, National Photo Co. View full size.
Sounds like: Crystal Castles, Glass Animals, SBTRKT Song: Crooked Colours - Capricious What's so good? Perth's Crooked Colours are doing a really good job at staying ahead of the game. We all know that it's an exciting time for Australian...Show More Summary
Circa 1935. "Palmyra (Tadmur, Syria). The Turkish castle. Kala'at Ibn Na'an." 5x7 inch dry plate glass negative, Matson Photo Service. View full size.
So, those of you following along with the sad-sack case of Revel Casino and Hotel know that things are not going well for the $2.4B glass castle. Now, it's gotten downright comical. Revel is out $21,000 after a bag fell...
Circa 1915. "Bolton Castle in Gatun Locks, west chamber, Panama Canal." Just the thing to float your boat. 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative. View full size.
JF Lalonde ARCADE FIRE The pre-noon sun that slants through the stained glass of Reverend Ohm's nave bathes the pews of his College Park church in a blue green. Ten miles south of Atlanta, Ohm sat with me in his empty chapel and listened...Show More Summary
Today, we went to the nearby Cookworks kitchenware shop where Akemi browsed while I offered the woman at the cash some book recommendations for her upcoming vacation (John Scalzi’s Old Man’s War and Jeannette Walls’ The Glass Castle). Moments earlier, we had been at our local chain bookstore where Akemi hunted for a cookbook for dogs (cooking for dogs as […]
Cheesy theme bars are a dime a dozen, but these cool night clubs and bars in offbeat locales truly merit a toast to the unusual. Cheers to raising a glass in a cave, an ice castle, and a tree trunk.
The Super Mario Bros. theme song is one of the most recognized songs ever created. Whether you played the original game when it launched in 1985, or just heard it in one of its various incarnations over the years, it’s a criminally catchy tune. Show More Summary
Philadelphia circa 1901. "S.S. Morro Castle, Cramps Shipyards." 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.
In the classic fairy tale Cinderella, the prince was able to determine which mystery woman had stolen his heart by finding the foot that fit a glass slipper left behind at the castle. The NCAA tournament has adapted that story into a...Show More Summary