So you make music and you work to create something that’s different, something distinctly yours, maybe you find it. You’re elated. You try not to think that maybe you’re the best musician you know, maybe in the whole town right now, walking around, you, the best musician ever. Everything is sounding like what God would whistle.
On An Overgrown Path is my favorite music blog. I hear a lot of people lamenting the state of the music industry: from sales to labels, bands and performers. Few folks seem as energized by music as the blog’s author, Bob Shingleton, a former EMI exec.
Besides being the best soundman I know, Tyler Trotter, along with Lori Beck, is co-owner of the Louisville Beer Store in Kentucky. If you’ve been good in your corporeal life, and you happen to like beer, this is what’s waiting for you when you die. It’s a parade of craft beer – over 400 from […]
Kamrooz Aram is an Iranian-born artist that lives in Brooklyn. Pattern plays a big role in his work and he plays with iconography a lot. His series of paintings that have a greenish, night-vision goggle hue are pretty terrifying. Angels and hawks circle around Persian clouds and the point of view seems to be from […]