I have a confession to make.
What’s not to love. A picture book reproducing over 250 defaced, or is that re-faced?, record covers from the collection of Greg Wooten.
Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band created a double LP of pure Magic with their 1969 release Trout Mask Replica. By my estimation, it is one of my favorite records. But don’t just take my […]
Each Friday, Stephen Mejias, AudioQuest’s Director of Communications and former Stereophile and Audiostream.com columnist, will browse through the many exciting albums released that day and select 15 worth a closer listen.
I hear a big dollop of Machine Gun. A Brötzmann attack served up by James Allsop’s baritone saxophone with pounding percussion as its main foil and electronic crush to fill in the blanks. There is […]
spewedition is a publishing collective comprised of Japanese photographers/artists Daisuke Yokota, Naohiro Utagawa, and Koji Kitagawa. They publish the kind of thing I most enjoy—multimedia extravaganzas to have and hold and hear.
While we’re talking cinematic songs, ahead of his new album Flamagra, Flying Lotus has released a few singles/videos, the first, “Fire Is Coming”, features David Lynch as the William Burroughs surrogate for the odd man […]
Vanatoo Transparent One Encore Powered Speakers ($599/pair).
We haven’t heard much from FKA twigs since 2005’s stunning M3LL155X. She’s back.
Of all the personal discoveries made during my multi-year quest through the Tower Records Contemporary Classical department, two composers stand out from the rest: Morton Feldman and Giacinto Scelsi. If I saw something new from […]