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Monthly Archives: February 2012
Writing about music is hard work. You’re never more than one lazy choice away from falling into cliche, or worse. But in my ongoing quest to learn by examples, there are certain examples that seem to come up again and … Continue reading
Following the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan in March of last year, Kyoto native Kazu Makino, with her bandmates in Blonde Redhead, has brought together a new compilation album to benefit the ongoing reconstruction efforts. The 14-song album includes … Continue reading
One publisher’s support for the Research Works Act in the U.S., and a similar bill in Australia, seems to have been the straw that broke the camel’s back—the camel, in this case, being the long-suffering community of academic researchers who … Continue reading
It’s tempting to think of Mark Lanegan as a recluse. It’s been eight years since Bubblegum, the Mark Lanegan Band’s last album. But those eight years have actually been a prolific period for him. He’s recorded collaborative albums with Greg … Continue reading