Bumrushing the canon.
Glyph’s Favorite Electronic Music of 2015.
A dispatch from Ordinary Times’ assigned Wu-Tang correspondent.
A few of Pavement’s prettiest, saddest songs, all keying on “home” – wanting to find it, and/or wanting to be anywhere else.
If you’re stuck wondering what do I get for the person who has everything (or you just want to see what we think is cool), we’re here to help!
Feel-bad music, for when you feel ugly. NSFW, lyrically.
Can you hear them?
Music and music videos. One in French, a couple with French lyrics, and a couple good for rainy days.
Have a good weekend, y’all.
The same old song.
The band that inspired the Beatles just doesn’t get enough credit.
What is the future of higher education? Face to Face? Online? One veteran practitioner’s opinion informed by experience.
Just because you like Van Halen doesn’t mean your cat does.
Two great tastes that I definitely would not have expected to taste great together.
Records are a flat circle.
You get three songs. Go!
There’s the world, and then there’s the world of sex.
Dan’s got ’em.
Yep, this one has been stuck in my head all week.
Warning: Sacred cow slaughterhouse.
I was told there’d be none.
Reinventing the wheel is overrated.
Prepare to waste some time.
An auditory treat, if not an olfactory one.
Have you ever been lukewarm on something (or even outright disliked it), only to revisit it later and realize how wrong you were?
When headline writers use questions, Burt Likko answers them. Briefly, completely, and unabashedly expressing his own opinion. Ten questions about politics, the business of news, news of business, and grizzly bears.
Recursive repetition of things that occur more than once, in the same and different orders, multiple times, repeatedly.
The song, not the singer.
If you were getting only one album from the original early-nineties ‘shoegazing’ scene, it should be MBV’s Loveless – but if you were getting two, you should get this one also.
A great song is a great song is a great song, no matter your age.
No, not Curtis. But well worth your time anyway.
Some rainy-day psychedelia. If it rains where you are, anyway.
Ignorant protesters successfully censor an art exhibition in Boston.
Hearing things in a new way.