Just sitting back, sipping my coffee, and listening to the soothing sounds of …disappearer… They’re playing in Providence tonight at Easy Axxess which seems to be a new venue / showspace. Tonight’s tinyshowcase 4-pack is most delicious. This one in particular I like:
- Stairwell Gallery @ flickr
- Audra Wolowiec on the risd intranet This has some photos of work that wasn’t on display at he stairwell gallery.
- The Lucky Dragons website and flickr page
Okay, I think that’s about it for this week.
I want to thank Random Types for turning me on to Chromatic’s new video “In the City.” I’ve always been very into minimalist new wave tracks like this.
I’ll be traveling to Victoria and Vancouver this week. As I often do before I travel, I’ve been researching things to do when I’m there. I found Andy Dixon (of Vancouver, I think). I really like his paintings:
Pete Feigenbaum, guitarist for Dino Walrus (and onetime guitarist for Titus Andronicus) has made amazing model railroad scenery of rundown urban locations. Seems like the majority of them are invented and not actual places. Here’s a sample:
Check it out the rest of his work here.
It’s been a long time since I’ve posted, and I thought you were all due for an update. It’s been so long, in fact, that all of the songs on this site have changed since the last time I posted. Yesterday night I posted a song called “The Life We Lead” and, sometime last week, I posted two new songs: “Searching” and “Neon Child.” Other than that? Oh, we went to the record sale last sunday, I picked myself up a copy of T. Rex’s “Beard of Stars.” I’ve never seen an original copy of that, so I was quite excited to find it. And what else? Some Adam Ant, some Guns’n’Roses, that Ian McColloch record that Steve (from the 8mm Fuzz) used to like so much. Quite a successful day of shopping, all told.
What a thing to wake up to! It seems mp3.com has featured Manwomanchild on their front page. You can get the same tracks there that you can get here. (And you can vote.)
Get to the front page by going to http://www.mp3.com/