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Shut Up Legs, House of Illness, and Remix Yellow 2

Spring is here. In a real way. The wonderful perfumes of the world have returned to the air. Being outside is delectable.

This week has been dominated by illness in the Fortress of Funk. 464 more words

Cory Funk

How to make the perfect mix tape (or playlist for those under a certain age)

One or two moves ago, when I finally got the will to depart with hundreds of Maxell II 90s that represented a central part of my music collection for the better part of two decades, I held on to fewer than 10 haggard old tapes. 1,163 more words

Christoph Bruhn's "Weekends on the Frontier"

There’s something to be said for a bare-bones approach to recording in this age of the endless overdub and the ability to create dense multi-instrumental compositions with a few clicks of the mouse in a home studio. 261 more words

Reading Lounge

Leo Kottke: One-Man Band & Sit-Down Comedian

by Chuck Obuchowski

In the late 1960s, while most of his  guitar playing peers were trying to imitate Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton, Leo Kottke was charting a very different musical course. 581 more words