So the whole shoegaze vibe hasn’t quite left me just yet. Tonight, it’s the My Bloody Valentine CD Boxset of their first two LPs, as well as their EP collection. I recently bought a Pioneer 25-disc CD changer for the home stereo off of my pal at work for a pauper’s allowance and this delicious… Read More emptiness inside
It’s Thursday night and I’ve been enjoying an Imperial Stout from Boulevard Brewing Company’s Smokestack series. Corked and popped like a fine wine, it’s one of the tastier stouts I’ve had in some time. Gives me that warm feeling in the belly like a bottle of wine should, except it’s not wine. It’s beer, bitches.… Read More Snakes For The Pantomime
Hey, did someone get the license plate of that bus that ran over me? Oh, no that was just one too many IPAs last night. Man, this vacation stuff can be hard on the head. Good thing we had a relatively chill day planned. Last night was fun, despite the hoppy headache. Grilled chicken, hot… Read More Eagle’s Nest Lodge Day Two
We made it down south. Overcast skies, humid air, but we’ll manage. Local suds, grilled burgers, and a nice big porch to chill on. Let the games begin.
It’s arrived. The Friday before my week long excursion into the Central Indiana wilds for some serious R&R. 6,000 square feet of hillbilly luxury. Two kitchens, two hot tubs, and seclusion as far as the eye can see. Plus a killer brewery just minutes from me to supply the local suds. It doesn’t get any… Read More Vacation In The Midst, Times They Are A-Changin’
The Baltika Years is like archived field recordings from inside the mind of it’s creator. It’s a collection of snapshots taken on a Tandy Deskmate computer. Primitive sound, melody, noise, and sampled voices that come together to create a collage of psychosis. Brooklyn’s Software label owner Daniel Lopatin received these tracks on cassette back in… Read More Ben Zimmerman : The Baltika Years
by EA Poorman Not to sit on their laurels, the guys in Warsaw, Indiana’s Plaxton and the Void have dropped a couple fresh new tracks on our collective ears. “We All Are One” and “If Silence Could Speak” sound bigger and bolder than anything the band has put out up to this point. Full of… Read More Plaxton and the Void : Keep On Keeping On