Category Archives: music
By gavin | Published: January 28, 2011
Totally agree with A Time To Get. Thank goodness for compulsive internet collectors who collect cool & interesting things. And yes, these are vintage LP stereo banners. Stacked.
By gavin | Published: January 25, 2011
“1 Song. 1 Site. 1 URL. The viinyl platform turns your song into an interactive website – a digital version of the 45rpm single with artwork and videos. viinyl sites are optimized to travel the web, engage fans, grow market demand for your band and increase customer loyalty using marketing techniques for the web. viinyl [...]
By gavin | Published: January 22, 2011
Couple of things: Smooth Criminal is a timeless classic. Rasputina watch out.
By gavin | Published: January 7, 2011
I was giving Twin Shadow’s “Forget” a listen over the holidays and felt a faint stir of “hmmm, this reminds me of something….” And then it dawned on me, The Aluminum Group. There’s a bit of an influence, or at least it sounds like there should be. If you’re craving some of that obscure lounge-y [...]
By gavin | Published: January 5, 2011
I lived a secret life back in my college radio days. Nights were spent listening & playing industrial music very loudly. If it was Skinny Puppy all the better. But the days were reserved for the sappiest ’70s ballads I could get my hands on. Rupert Holmes and his Piña Colada song (actually titled “Escape”) [...]
By gavin | Published: August 9, 2010
“The bulk of The Suburbs focuses on this quiet desperation borne of compounding the pain of wasting your time as an adult by romanticizing the wasted time of your youth.” Pitchfork even gave it an 8.6.