Amen to Zombie: Oct 1st, 2009

AMEN In a world where experimental electronic music exponentially splinters into a multitude of rogue genres that slowly shuffle the globe from demilitarized dance floors to sleeper cell bedroom studios and back, a team of disparate scientists tracks this solanum-like pandemic while desperately trying to interpret cryptic field recordings of Samhain’s past, not one day at a time, but from … Continue reading Amen to Zombie: Oct 1st, 2009

Amen to Zombie: Sept 25th, 2009

In a world where experimental electronic music exponentially splinters into a multitude of rogue genres that slowly shuffle the globe from demilitarized dance floors to sleeper cell bedroom studios and back, a team of disparate scientists tracks this solanum-like pandemic while desperately trying to interpret cryptic field recordings of Samhain’s past, not one day at a time, but from Amen … Continue reading Amen to Zombie: Sept 25th, 2009

TeeVee Dinner: Ziggy Stardust and the HD repeat last Sunday

With every new technology comes a slew of folks trying to cash in on it. Case in point — the waggleverse of Wii releases budgeted out and coded for a cheap thrill upon the release of the system. Anyone with HD channels knows this as well: there’s a whole crap load of channels dedicated to stuff that looks good in … Continue reading TeeVee Dinner: Ziggy Stardust and the HD repeat last Sunday

Loosie Tunes: A glass of Black Wine

These guys were in other bands, but aren’t anymore. Black Wine have some great fuzzy psyched out garage riffs and hooks, but is the world ready for everything they have to offer? As a test to see if their rock ‘n roll will melt your brain, you can check out two Black Wine songs on the band’s MySpace page. If … Continue reading Loosie Tunes: A glass of Black Wine