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Revisionist History: 2007

Welcome to Revisionist History, a weekly series in which I debate, review, and discuss the music of my youth, from 1993 to 2014. This week:  1,912 more words

Music

New Yorkers love you but you're getting them down

A forced absence from blogging, my time taken entirely by moving into a new apartment and unpacking our things sent from India – now, I’m back – and this time, it’s personal… 584 more words

Manhattan

Record Bulletin, 9/16: Bradford Cox and LCD Soundsystem

Based on a Documentary

Released way earlier this year, but not talked about a whole lot. Took a look at my record count and it’s about halfway of my total from all of 2013—and I get the feeling I won’t close that gap by a long stretch. 514 more words

Review

A Lovesick Hawaiian volcano features in Pixar's latest short

Pixar’s latest short film “Lava” tells the story of two volcanoes named “Uku” and “Lele” (get it? Ukulele).  In a short clip of the film below Uku is singing about his longing for someone to ‘lava’ (love). 40 more words

Hawaii

Authorities Warn of New Phone Scam

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) - St. Louis sheriff James Murphy is warning residents of a phone scam.

In the scam, the caller claims to be a sheriff’s deputy who advises his victims they have unpaid fines from the IRS for failing to report for jury duty. 116 more words

News

Residents Receive Lack Of Warning About Escaped Decatur County Jail Inmate

LEON, Iowa – On Friday, Decatur County Jail inmate James “Mick” Murphy managed to escape and has been on the run ever since. The Decatur County Sheriff’s Department is not releasing how the 43 – year – old escaped but say he was last seen headed south from the Decatur County courthouse shortly after 8 p.m. 404 more words

News

turning love around

I’ve been listening to a lot of different music lately, I don’t like to categorize music by using labels but this way it gets easier to be understood, so, here we go: I went  from electronic to indie-rock, back to pop then to dub and then post-punk, some post-rock or hardcore punk, moving freely from one decade to another, never caring about boundaries. 678 more words

Daily Life