On September 5, 2021 several federal unemployment benefit programs expired across the country, per federal law. They were keeping me afloat. What does …
A photo taken the day Fatigue came out, in June of 2021. I no longer find it appealing to say things like “here is the albumest album of my year” or “t…
from the August 19, 1997 issue of "The Village Voice"
Reader Sarah Gale told me about the playlist Kieran Hebden has been assembling since 2016. He—Kieran, the Four Tet guy—adds five or six songs every cou…
Deborah would have turned 58 on July 31st, which came on a Saturday this year. That morning, before we held a celebratory Zoom, I made a playlist of th…
Good morning, opulents. Drop something in the hat if you can—we need to meet our prudent reserve. If you’re new here, check out the hits. With social s…
A small thank you to everyone reading and everyone subscribing—a mix for the weekend, more things I love from this year.
Last week was good for Body Meπa. The fantastic people of Hausu Mountain issued our debut, The Work Is Slow, on CD, cassette, and digital download, whi…
I made the first mix of 2021 (dirty aqua, awkward, active), and then the second one (flat, composed, freaky), and then the third one (preposterous, opt…
As if readers of this blogazine, Vice dropped a short film about Vanessa Carlton and “A Thousand Miles” two days after our last issue. I especially enj…
Giancarlo DiTrapano, the founder of Tyrant Books, seemed to care only about doing the thing right, no matter how many times the thing had previously be…
Until April 6, The Kitchen will be hosting Carlota Schoolman’s 1976 video of Talking Heads playing as a trio. Scroll down a bit on that page, and enjoy…