Bibio - K Is For Kelson EP (Warp)
Beach Fossils - What A Pleasure EP (Captured)
Andy Stott - Passed Me By EP (Modern Love)
King Krule - ST (True Panther Sound)
Sad City - Gestures EP (Underwater People)
Vex Ruffin - EP (Stones Throw)
Clams Casino - Rainforest EP (Tri-Angle)
Fatima - Follow You EP (Eglo)
Mo Kolours - EP1 Drum Talking (One-Handed)
Arthur Russell - Let’s Go Swimming (Audika)
James Blake - Enough Thunder (Atlas)
Wax Poetics #46
Finally got my hands on the newest Wax Poetics as well as a variant cover of #38 that I wasn’t aware of. READ READ READ.
Art Opening / Photography
This Friday, March 9th (ED: Opening is Thursday March 10th), at The Morrison Hotel will be the opening of a great photography show from Jeanette Beckman and David Corio. Their work, though originally the same content, a move for Beckman to New York had her shooting the bubbling Hip Hop scene. Corio staying abroad was doing much the same, but with the English Punk/Rock scene. The similarities of the roots from both scenes are great and this will be a great representation of their parallels.
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Shout out to the homies over at Mixpak for the info.
Both Corio and Beckman will be discussing their work at Apple Soho this Wednesday from 7-8:30! I highly recommend attending both events at all costs.
Paul Morley talks to Matthew Herbert
Former NME contributor Paul Morley had a great one to one interview with sound purveyor Matthew Herbert back in December of 2009. They discuss the lack of challenges in music’s function in today’s immediate world.
Herbert presents a great topic of what a music journalist 30 years from now would find when trying to seek the top 50 albums of the decade compared with the top 50 world news stories and the ultimate outcome to have no reflection of the times in music. Amazing.