Monthly Archives: January 2007
Here’s what you can choose from on MySpace today. 425,660 rock bands and 400,268 rap acts. (And 192,402 “experiments.”) I think it’s fascinating how we, as a culture, have become so numb to the enormous numbers that the Internet nonchalantly … Continue reading
All morning I’ve been listening to side two of Townes Van Zandt’s The Late Great Townes Van Zandt (1972). Just letting it run through, then getting up and dropping the needle back at the beginning. God it’s good. And thanks … Continue reading
Park Slope Copy Center botched the print job for the “This Week” album, bungling it from the moment I dropped off the materials (before New Year’s; even then I could tell from the clerks’ glassy expressions that it wasn’t going … Continue reading
A cool review of Open Book (“one of the best bargains in rock history”) by Neal Hayes for PopMatters.