...the overwhelming period of quiet, I'm currently recuperating from an ailment transmitted to my entire family via some daycare dwelling devil's spawn. Should be better enough to regain some traction next week. The "Best Of" is in the works as are some last minute stragglers, plus I recently contributed to another installment of No Ripcord's No Ripcast, (but please try and ignore how inept I sound while navigating the English language).
In the meantime, the incomparable Dave Brubeck has been forever silenced, a heavy loss and significant loss for American music. His spirit and invention was felt across all genres, a transcendent icon whose contributions to jazz made him essential to music as an art form and all its varying means of expression. Any music library remains incomplete without Time Out, whether you're a connoisseur of music or a dabbler.
Letters From A Tapehead
New Selections — Death Valley Girls, Saturn and the Sun, Eiko Ishibashi, Hekla, The Soft Moon, An Eagle in your Mind, J Mascis, Cripple Bastards, Pig Destroyer
Some new singles and others I've been meaning to post. Enjoy. Death Valley Girls : " More Dead " (via Stereo Sanctit...
Boston area label, I Heart Noise , will be reissuing Tommy Bell , a highly obscure indie rock album from Boston's own, Turkish Deligh...
As a manifesto for change, there's something interestingly similar to Charlie Haden 's Liberation Music Orchestra I hear with &quo...