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LIFE & LIMB: Mike Clark on Finding & Chasing What Resonates

Michael Clark is primarily a writer, but one who plays a variety of instruments and has an intense love for all-things music-related. When I’d first met him at a friend’s DJ night, he was spending most of his days researching and writing product copy for a guitar manufacturer on Long Island. 999 more words

Shows

BDWPS Podcast #27

On this month’s episode we jump between new music from Woods, Hamilton Leithauser, Spoon, and Open Mike Eagle to classic tracks from Soundgarden, Aimee Mann, Wugazi, and Bob Dylan. 54 more words

Bob Dylan

Ode to the Man and I listening to Fugazi

I. Ian MacKaye is Charlie Brown to
Guy’s Jim Morrison.

If I were Ian MacKaye you couldn’t
drag me on to stage with that hot… 82 more words

Poetry

Ian MacKaye: “If You Want To Rebel Against Society, Don’t Dull The Blade”

via Bandwidth:

So in some ways, the only way to get my music out, the only way I would feel comfortable doing it, is really by putting it out myself.

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Industry Talk

Who the Hell is that Guy?! (sigh...never mind)

Today, I was pondering this past Sunday’s shocking and exciting experience of meeting hardcore punk legend, Ian MacKaye. Not that there should be any heroes or legends associated with punk music, since all of that kinda goes against the idea of being “anti-establishment” in the first place, but I digress. 724 more words

Vegan

A canvas of silence

Cacophony, crude noise, riotous momentum: these are a few of the elements great rock music is made of. But over the last decade, with the rise of new recording techniques and file sharing technology, one ingredient crucial to all music-even the bloodiest of tooth and claw- seems to have been cast from rock’s genetic mixing pot. 667 more words

Bent Notes Column

Poynter: This Week's NYT Magazine Cover was Inspired by a Fugazi Flier

 

Having been an active participant punk rock tabloid and street poster art era this cover refers to, I find this NYT treatment both rewarding, and overripe. 543 more words

Mediasphere