Saint Andre is a triple creme cow’s milk French cheese in a powdery white, bloomy skin of mould (thank you, Wikipedia). There is a C-Town (run of the mill NY supermarket) on Graham Ave in Brooklyn that has it for $3.99 which I am convinced is a mistake since they have cheddar for $8.99 in the same bin.
Zorch is a two-piece from Austin with some French or Canadian in them. One guy plays vintage Moog and 73-key Rhodes, his whole set-up shaking and rocking, while the drummer, equipped with a Bobby Brown My Perogative-era headset mic, gets jazz wild on a rickety, shitty sounding kit. Their tunes are analog opuses, with big […]
The video for Woodkid’s Iron looks like it had the budget of a 1999 Limp Bizkit video. There is intense slow-mo, explosions, a white horse, and I think someone’s famous girlfriend is in it holding an owl on a really sweet medieval-looking arm piece. Definitely reminiscent of the heyday of MTV impact.
This new series of alternative sculptures by Brendan Lott uses the wall as part of the ‘canvas’, so if you were to buy one of his pieces, he would have to recreate it on the actual wall in your home.
This band is so raw right now, it’s truly refreshing. The video for Split It Concrete Like the Golden Sun God is the four minute tale of the oppressed overcoming the oppressor. Their other video is a bunch of dramatic projections in front of them jumping around being young and handsome and earnest. Plus, you […]