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Album of week 42: BEAUTY & RUIN

Can’t believe it’s been almost a month since my last post. Not very happy, honestly, but it’s been a weird period with lots of events which have kept me from writing, among them my birthday celebration, a good bunch of shows, and why not? 604 more words

Music

Albums of the Month: October 2014

Album: Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain

Artist: Pavement

Released: February 14th, 1994

Highlights: Silence Kid, Elevate Me Later, Cut Your Hair, Range Life

Pavement built their debut upon song fragments that often came off as charmingly unfinished efforts and low-fidelity sound drowned in guitar distortion. 1,488 more words

Albums Of The Month

New Day Rising

Everyday, a new beginning.

PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN AT HER BATH

it is a satisfaction
a joy
to have one of those
in the house…

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Art

Adventureland: Husker Du


Em Lewin (Kristen Stewart) wears a Husker Du T-shirt in the 2009 movie Adventureland. You can buy a shirt like it on Amazon.

Bands/Solo Artists

SHUFFLER 0025: TO A HOME YOU LEFT

SHUFFLER 0025: TO A HOME YOU LEFT
Thursday, September 25, 2014
Sugar – “Going Home” from Besides (1995 Rykodisc)

Owing everything to the beautiful serendipity of the Shuffler, I’m sitting in a room in the… 210 more words

Bob Mould

Ten Great Covers Of TV Theme Songs (Playlist)

They played what? There’s nothing like a famous band playing an obscure cover song. Not only do you get a sense of the band’s taste in music, but you can occasionally learn about their personalities as well. 845 more words

Music

Pop Quiz: Bob Mould

Aidin Vaziri | Bob Mould is rocking out again with his latest solo album, “Beauty & Ruin.” Inspired, in part, by the death of his father two years ago, the former front man for the seminal hardcore band Hüsker Dü (and later, Sugar) found himself drawn back to noisy, bleeding heart rock. 163 more words

Aidin Vaziri