Music Review: Blacks’ Myths – I (Atlantic Rhythms, Reissue, 2020) & II (Atlantic Rhythms, 2019)

This tape is the first tape I have wound by hand after it got gnarled up in the tape deck in DECADES. I also bought a dual cassette deck and pure tube amplifier just to listen to this! As a result, I now collect tapes again and I am also going to be making my… Continue reading Music Review: Blacks’ Myths – I (Atlantic Rhythms, Reissue, 2020) & II (Atlantic Rhythms, 2019)

Music Review: Clear Channel – Hell (Self-released, April 2020)

My life and house are a mess right now, but I am committed to writing about as much music before Juneteenth Bandcamp Revenue Share Day as possible, so here it rips... Clear Channel actually welcome you to their first record themselves. This is what they say: https://youtu.be/ydcV6tosVo4 So, yes, then. Hello Disko! As I mentioned… Continue reading Music Review: Clear Channel – Hell (Self-released, April 2020)

Music Review: Time is Fire – In Pieces (Electric Cowbell, February 2020)

I will always be here for an ESG-inspired album cover. Every time I listen to this record, it becomes increasingly unclear what my favorite songs might be, and I just feel like I need to listen again and again to all of them. I am doing this right now, and I continue having to listen… Continue reading Music Review: Time is Fire – In Pieces (Electric Cowbell, February 2020)

Music Review: Too Free – Love in High Demand (February 2020, Sister Polygon Records)

Note: It has taken me so long to get to this review, but here I finally am. I will not apologize for not dropping content in a couple weeks, because I have been reeling from a peeping tom masturbator in my bedroom window three feet from my head the evening of Memorial Day and subsequent… Continue reading Music Review: Too Free – Love in High Demand (February 2020, Sister Polygon Records)

Book Review: Keep Your Eyes Open: The Fugazi Photographs of Glen E. Friedman (2nd Ed.)

Catboi Kropotkin kept his eyes open just long enough for this photo and then promptly went to sleep. He respects Fugazi very much and apologizes for his nap-based lifestyle. Note: My book review rubric is a fifteen point scale with five points available in three categories: quality of writing, quality of content/information, and general aesthetics.… Continue reading Book Review: Keep Your Eyes Open: The Fugazi Photographs of Glen E. Friedman (2nd Ed.)