Stephen Witt of Buzzfeed contributes an article of 9 masterpieces, including this Godspeed You! Black Emperor (alleged) rarity and the Norman Thomas di Giovanni translations (shamefully not made public) of Jorge Luis Borges’ work. His translations are superior to all over English versions.
If you haven’t heard of Bandcamp, you really need to catch up. Artists and record labels are using this absolutely wonderful platform to sell vinyl, fan merchandise and other objects as well as high-quality digital downloads in a host of formats. Ethan Diamond, the founder of the company, is seen here speaking about the many […]
Not a true wiki, but a place to house links. If you’re an interesting net-label or a radically interesting band, film-maker or writer who wishes to be archived here, let me know.
For some years, I’ve been trying to develop a reasonable alternative to my connections with Facebook. I prefer a simple interface rather than the idiotic chicanery that comes with a corrupt social media brand whose ideology I find despicable, whose lack of respect of privacy is appalling, and whose owners are, frankly, dorks. Hence, I’ve […]
You will notice on the bottom right-hand corner of the website a widget highlighting the most recent posts on my Tumblr site. Feel free to peruse it at your leisure.
I’m going to start doing a better job publicizing things I’m enjoying these days. Here’s a starter for those of you who are using Facebook. Obscure Music is a group dedicated to some great older tunes that didn’t get much play in the 1980s or so.
From now on, all future posts from these sites will go here.