…is on Sunday and it’s the year of the golden pig. Cakehead has some great suggestions on how to celebrate.
Archives for February 2007
USAisaMonster play post-apocalyptic noise-prog that will probably serve as the soundtrack when Bush decides to invade Iran and we all get nuked. Unlike their 2005 70-minute rock opera, ‚”Wohaw,” their latest, ‚”Sunset at the End of the Industrial Age,” comes in at a mere three quarters of an hour and features a few tracks that […]
From Obscure Sound On May 1st, Ejstes will release Dungen’s fifth album Tio Bitar. Translated to ‚”Ten Pieces”, that is exactly what it is: ten new excellent pieces of music from the mastermind of Gustav Ejstes. While he still plays the majority of instruments like past releases, Ejstes actually enlisted some outsider help for the […]
I recently had the unfun experience of having to review Rob Sheffield’s sweet ode to his late wife, ‚”Love is a Mix Tape,” the same weekend I got totally super-dumped. But the experience did get me back on the mix kick, and thus I present my Valentine’s Day 2007 playlist. I’ll get all Casey Kasem […]
Both cross the nine-minute mark. Both feature female starlets linked the singers. Both are about love gone wrong, and end with the female starlet dying (sorry for the spoiler, and also, since when did Houellebecq influence rock videos?). So which one wins: Guns N’ Roses, “November Rain” or Justin Timberlake, “What Goes Around Comes Around” […]
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This was created by Billy F Gibbons’ of ZZ Top. He also created the iconic Eliminator Coupe. Check out more pictures of the Bus Ball here.
Awesome Color get compared to early Sonic Youth quite a bit, but that shouldn’t come as much of a shock, seeing as Thurston Moore has acted as their producer. Their live show is very high energy, and occasionally a bit violent, as lead singer Derek Stanton has been known to smash the occasional guitar on-stage. […]
Meanwhile, CNN is reporting o Anna Nicole, astronauts who wear diapers, and skateboarding dogs. From WaPo Intelligence provided by former undersecretary of defense Douglas J. Feith to buttress the White House case for invading Iraq included “reporting of dubious quality or reliability” that supported the political views of senior administration officials rather than the conclusions […]