German-born NYC-raised artist Eva Hesse was a force to be reckoned with. Her work, sculpture, painting, and drawing, made mostly during the 1960s has been tagged “Postminimalism” by the Critics, the differentiating factor from regular […]
Have you danced with Ducasse? Done the Maldoror mambo? Lindy Hop’d with Lautréamont? Swiss avant-garde black metal band Schammasch are digging into Lautréamont’s Les Chants de Maldoror and The Maldoror Chants: Hermaphrodite is the first […]
Sonos owns a huge chunk of the $18 billion home-audio market [footnote 1]. They got there by making smart products that were easy to set up, even easier to use, and easy on the wallet. […]
Michael, I was sorry to see your departure from AudioStream and it’s taken me quite a while to find you again. I’m also glad to see TM focussing on some other art/design areas as well […]
totaldac USB GIGAFILTER (1,600euros excl VAT out of Europe/ 0.6m or 1m or 1.5m).
The infamous Nurse With Wound list is the band’s guide to their musical influences, originally included in their first record Chance Meeting on a Dissecting Table of a Sewing Machine and an Umbrella from 1979 […]
Yes? No? Maybe?
Talkhouse has put together another sweet podcast featuring Nika Danilova (Zola Jesus) and Haley Fohr (Circuit des Yeux) talking and laughing about life, music, record forums—”But we were anomalies in a way being young women…” […]
Vincent Brient, Mr. totaldac, has been busy, releasing not one but two new DACs—the d1-twelve-mk2 and the d1-direct. According to Vincent, the d1-twelve-mk2 improves on the original d1-twelve by using “new techniques from the d1-direct […]
Why films? Because films are slices of life with a soundtrack and some of us fill our lives with music to help shape / improve our perception. Just like in the movies.