My review of Garage/psychedelic/acid/hard/electronic rock/metal band King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard live.
A post about the seminal Miles Davis record Kind Of Blue and the crate digging I did to get it.
A post about the great new Rough Trade Album Of The Month, Jim James' Tribute to 2, a collection of covers of obscure, old songs reworked. Click through to read post...
A post about my favourite prog / jazz / psych band, King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard. Click through to read post...
An episode of Crate Digging dedicated to the prog classic 2112 by Rush. Click through to read post...
A post about the very exciting new rock/alternative Rough Trade Album Of The Month, Lost Horizons By Ojala. Click through to read post...
Don’t have time for a post now, here’s a poem about vinyl!
Remaining with the theme of the previous post….
Lately I’ve been
Listening to old records,
Lovingly encased in plastic,
Stored away in dusty places
I never thought I’d visit again…
Unwittingly the needle drops,
Bringing back moments
Painted and cast
Long drives long forgotten
Girls and worlds, to be touched again
It’s funny how a chord or
A melody that lingers
Brings you back in time
Effortlessly. Moon River.
Wichita Lineman. Songs
I didn’t even know I liked
Can make me cry
Even when they skip
Nostalgia fades away
But I still can’t understand
The boy who was standing
In the mirror so many years ago
A post about the classic that is David Bowie’s Blackstar. Click through to read post...
A post about a jazz, soul and funk compilation album from the new Tate Modern exhibit, Soul Of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power Click through to read post...
A great post I found about my favourite album of the year, Pure Comedy.
“What has been is what will be, and what has been done is what will be done,
and there is nothing new under the sun.
Is there a thing of which it is said,
‘See, this is new?’
It has been already
in the ages before us.
There is no remembrance of former things,
nor will there be any remembrance
of later things yet to be
among those who come after.”
This quote from Ecclesiastes is the beginning of a 2,000+ word essay written by Josh Tillman, the artist who goes by Father John Misty. The full essay…
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