This is still a relevantly titled song after this weekend, I suppose. Plus it's about time to see if I can get retweeted by these guys again.
Another band I was surprised I hadn't played before. I think I saw these guys at the Entry opening for Ramona Falls once.
Remind me in six months and I'll play something from their subsequent semi-reinvention as a electro-rock duo after the other two members left.
Great, I guess it's NFL season again.
Been feeling a fair share of this lately.
Anyone know of any good quantities of sand to stick one's head into? I hear the Indiana Dunes are nice this time of year...
Ed: Many thanks to Zack for a kickass week. It was so good, the painter wanted to pay tribute, which we will happily tag on.
The most romantic song about a nightclub fire as you'll ever hear. KEXP, 2012.
Ms. Holter is indescribable. Avant Garde? Classical? Pop? Ambient? I dunno. Just call her brilliant.
And because she can't be pigeonholed: Continue reading Julia Holter – City Appearing
Yeah, as Paddy's tattoo says, I don't know how much art I can take, but I am digging this album.
With her stellar combo (cello, violin, horn and drums) in London, 2013. My favorite new artist. She's definitely not easy listening, but if you have an adventurous ear-you just might fall for her experimental mix of dream pop, classical and free jazz. I sure did. Call it space age chamber music.
This whole Cecil Sharp House show is excellent. After the jump, a few Continue reading Julia Holter – Four Gardens