[I]t’s taken me back to those memories of recording at my dad’s, and the stuff that took him back into his past, and ultimately into my future. ...more
Tags: Allyson McCabe, Carpark Records, Devo, ELO, Elton John, Esme Blegvad, Farfisa, Farfisa organ, fathers, fathers and daughters, Foil Deer, James Booker, James Chance, Josie and the Pussycats, kenny rogers, Led Zeppelin, Music, organ, passover, Piano, Pink Floyd, Sadie Dupuis, Speedy Ortiz, Twerp Verse, Wanted/Needed/Loved
Alexandra Naughton is a writer who grew up in Philadelphia but converted to a California girl in 2008. She runs BE ABOUT IT, a small press and reading series and is an active member in Bay Area literary shenanigans. Over the course of some days I talked via Google Docs, and later email, with Naughton about […]
Tags: alexandra naughton, American Mary, Billy Corgan, Bright Eyes, California, Carmen E. Brady, Clueless, debut authors, debut novelist, Devo, first book, genre, I Will Always Be Your Whore, Jean Rhys, Lana Del Rey, Lorrie Moore, Philadelphia, poetry, Ren & Stimpy, Street Car Named Desire, the national, The Rumpus Mini-Interview Project, Theresa Hak Kyung Cha, Weeds, writing process, You can never objectify me more than I have already objectified myself
John Holmstrom, Roberta Bayley, and Chris Stein discuss punk music, legendary rock venue CBGB, the philosophy of punk, and Johnny Power Ranger toys.
Tags: Alice Cooper, Allyson McCabe, Arturo Vega, Blondie Christ Stein, Cars and Girls, CBGB, David Johansen, Debbie Harry, Devo, Eric Emerson, Go Girl Crazy, Grammy Museum, Harvey Kurtzman, Hey! Ho! Let's Go, John Holmstrom, Julliard, Justin Bieber, Legs McNeil, lou reed, mad magazine, Magic Tramps, Marc H. Miller, Meet the Beatles, New York Dolls, Out of Our Heads, Power Rangers, Punk Magazine, Queens Museum, Ramones, Richard Hell, Roberta Bayley, Rolling Stones, Sire Records, Sound & Vision, Will Eisner
Emma Sanders and Alina Pleskova charm us with their affection for each other, DIY ethos, and belief on
Poetry Jawns, what matters is the work. ...more
Tags: Alina Pleskova, Aminatou Sow, Ana Álvarez, animals, Ann Friedman, Apiary Magazine, Arkansas, Art, Arundhati Roy, atlas obscura, Bedfellows, bodega, Brujas, Call Your Girlfriend, Chris Kraus, David Lynch, Democracy Now!, dennis hopper, Devo, diy, documentary, Don Share, Emma Sanders, fogmachine, Gabriel Ojeda-Sague, Get Lucid!, Gina Myers, Human Highway, indiegogo, Jackass, jawns, JFK, Little Rock, livetweet, lo-fi, Loiter Squad, Lynne Kovalchik, Marilyn Monroe, Metropolarity, Music, neil young, Nicole Steinberg, No Sex Last Night, NPR, OFWGKTA, p.e. garcia, Passyunk, Penelope Cruz, Philadelphia, phillip garcia, podcasts, podcatcher, poetry, poetry foundation, Poetry Jawns, punk, Ras, readings, recording, Sex, sex writing, Social Media, sophie calle, Sound Cloud, South Philly, studio, Sweetwater Sound, Tattooed Mom, Towncraft, twitter, Two Dope Queens, Warren Longmire, wearemany.org, Who Do You Love
Internationally recognized percussionist, composer, sound designer, and audio archivist Tim Barnes talks with Allyson McCabe about how his musical career has developed and changed, and what he’s up to now.
Tags: 1980s, 80s, Allyson McCabe, Angus MacLise, Apples in Stereo, Are We Not Men? We are DEVO!, B-52's, Beth Orton, Creedence Clearwater, Decline of Western Civilization, Devo, ditch croaker, Elton John, Erstwhile Records, Estwhile Records, experimental music, experimental sound artist, Faust, Fluxus, Hank Corwin, Haptic, Henry Flynt, indie rock, Jackson 5, Jeph Jerman, Keith Moon, Ken Vandermark, Kentucky, kiss, la monte young, Lee Ranaldo, Long Island, lost planet, Louisville, Mark Pellington, Milford Graves, MTV, new wave, Polvo, Quakebasket, Ramones, Rock Lobster, Royal Trux, sebadoh, Silver Jews, Sonic Youth, Sound & Vision, Sound and Vision, surf music, The Big Short, The Eagles, The Kids Are Alright, The Ramones, The Who, Tim Barnes, Velvet Underground, Versatile Ambience, Wilco
Rick Moody emails with Scott Timberg, author of the new book
Culture Crash: The Killing of the Creative Class, about Bob Dylan’s new Sinatra covers album, the need for cultural gatekeepers, and the “slippery sub genre” of bad-on-purpose art. ...more
Tags: Aphex Twin, bob dylan, capitalism, Christmas in the Heart, Computer Controlled Acoustic Instruments, Culture Crash: The Killing of the Creative Class, Devo, Drukqs, E-Z Listening Disc, Everybody's Rocking, Faulkner, frank sinatra, Full Moon and Empty Arms, Metal Machine Music, movies, neil young, philip K dick, postmodernism, pt2, rick moody, Ross Macdonald, Scott Timberg, Shadows in the Night, swinging modern sounds, Syro, Taylor Swift, That Lucky Old Sun, The Sound and the Fury, trans, Tuvan throat singing