Guitars are like lovers. And hifi.
The Audiophile Tree of Life Print returns!
Looking into the future typically takes one of two turns; things get better or things get worse. Then there’s a third option where things just get strange.
Truth be told, I’m not a fan of art criticism because I’m a fan of art and prefer to make up my own mind, which changes all the time. What I do enjoy is appreciation.
Dirk Bogarde, so-named by his agent, was a dashing leading man who ran from his cheesecake roles as soon as his contract with the Rank Organisation ended in 1960 to explore deeper, darker characters.
Of the books I kept, some of the most sacred are those by Arthur Rimbaud, Antonin Artaud, and René Daumal. The Soundwalk Collective and Patti Smith have released a trio of albums dedicated to each, […]
Boo! Horror was different when I was a kid as much was left to take place in one’s imagination.
We have access to 70 million channels between cable and streaming yet there are times I find myself, unfortunately too often, watching crappy movies. If you’ve found yourself in a similar state, I hope you’ll […]
Once upon a time in 1885, Welsh singer, songwriter, scientist, and philanthropist Margaret Watts Hughes accidentally invented a method of turning her voice into images.
Albert Pinkham Ryder introduced my young mind to dark wonder with his painting titled “The Race Track (Death on a Pale Horse).” This work planted a seed, even though I saw it in reproduction, that […]
Toni Morrison (February 18, 1931 – August 5, 2019)
If someone forced me to pick a favorite living photographer, my pick would be Daisuke Yokota. If I had to then select just one photobook from his rather vast amount of work, I’d pick Taratine.