It has been hell trying to devise a way to keep track of well over a hundred-thousand links I’ve collected over the years, but it looks like thanks to our friends at Yada Wiki, it seems we’ve got this down. Click here to give it a look, and give any advice on making it better.
One of the wildest albums of the new year comes from Montreal composer Jean Derome. Even a quick look at the back of the CD, and one knows one is in for a treat: 20 performers on instruments ranging from tuned kalimbas to trombones. The tuning is to 60 Hz, the standard tuning of North American […]
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We’ve been trying for some years to find a suitable wiki program which would blend nicely into WordPress, and as of today, it looks like we found one. We’re relaunching A Garden Of Earthly Delights and will turn it into a massive database for good and interesting artists in the fields of music, literature, film, art and other media. If you feel like turning us on to someone new, please feel free to contact us here.
Divya Abhat of The Atlantic Magazine writes on something as rare as a unicorn’s rear – people who don’t like music (and why they don’t).
If you’re a label or publisher who deals with anything outside of the mainstream, let me know, and I’ll do my best to add you to my collection of links, which is meant to be a resource to anyone who wishes to learn more about unique music, art, film, literature and more, here at A Garden of Earthly Delights.
I’m having a bit of trouble seeing the connection between WORM, the Rotterdam-based collective lending out materials and The Pirate Bay, who are, in every sense of the word, pirates when it comes to copyrighted material (whether that is good or bad depends on how you see this issue, as a case can be made either way). Still, congratulations to WORM for bringing back the idea of sharing tangible product. As much as I adore digital media, it’s just not the same. Music I can make an exception for, but books? No.
Thanks to The Wire Magazine, who originally shared this post.