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I Guess I Just Wasn't Made For These Times

by Noah Landers

Pop music is one of the few blanket musical genres that has permanently cemented itself into culture–after all, the name pertains to whatever is currently popular. 1,109 more words

INTERVIEW: Owen Pallett (CAN), December 2010

I interviewed Owen once before via email back in 2008. It… well, it didn’t go so well. Thankfully, over the phone, Owen was absolutely delightful. 1,010 more words

Interviews

Tune Of The Day

French Navy by Camera Obscura

I was criticized for letting you break my heart.

Antony & the Johnsons to release Turning on DVD, accompanied by live album

In 2006, Antony and the Johnsons teamed with renowned artist Charles Atlas for a series of ambitious stage shows. Each intimate performance saw Antony accompanied by a string orchestra and visual montages of 13 women. 302 more words

News

New Julia Rose single 'Come What May' RELEASED TODAY !

The new single from Baroque Pop Goddess Julia Rose is now available through my label Human Records and Julia’s website (www.juliarosemusic.com)


It has been a long year, bu Julia, myself and her band (Dan, Brandon, Felicity & Lou) have been working really hard on delivering a new sound and look for Julia leading into 2015. 99 more words

Music

Weird of the Day: Funturistic, "Rural Kerfuffle"

Our friend Kai from Toxic Chicken sent us this bonkers track by a Canadian producer working under the name Funturistic, on which very formal, almost Baroque-sounding music is performed entirely using sampled animal sounds. 42 more words

Experimental