Blog Post Category Archive (No 8: Music -Part 1)

  1. Robert Frank, New Order, Yo La Tengo

    Run by New Order, 1989. Directed by Robert Frank and produced by Michael Shamberg. Pablo and Andrea by Yo La Tengo, 1995. Many fans suspect this beautiful song is about Frank’s two children who both died young and tragically.

  2. Drawing Restraint 9 – Part IX: Storm

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m-UxPZeMKs8&feature=colike

  3. 1994 was a very good year

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o6TUhx2wX0M http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERQzl4xDpXk

  4. Thinking about: Frantz Fanon, Modernisms, Vernaculars, and 90s rap

    Synthesizing, not going to draw lines here.     http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2s7MmcDjwek   http://www.marxists.org/subject/africa/fanon/index.htm  

  5. James Brown Interview

    He may have died but he still keeps us laughing. Watch this interview with James Brown. I’m gonna guess he was on happy pills…

  6. 01 At The Pickathon Music Festival

    Photos: Jennilee Marigomen 01 went on a Summer road trip/camping trip to Pendarvis Farm in Happy Valley, Oregon to attend a grassroots, three day music festival called Pickathon. We watched amazing musical acts like Bill Callahan, Black Mountain, and Lightning

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  7. 1991 – The Year Punk Broke

    1991 – The Year Punk Broke – A 1992 documentary by Dave Markey of life on the road with Sonic Youth and then little known band, Nirvana, during their tour of Europe. The long awaited DVD will be released September

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  8. Neil Young Busking in Glasgow (1976)

    via Poppytalk

  9. Adventures in Killing The Radio Star

    aikrs.com dopebody.tumblr.com

  10. 1986: Serge Gainsbourg + Whitney Houston

    A young Whitney Houston gets hit on by a very belligerent Serge Gainsbourg on a French television show. Pretty ironic if you fast forward to now… Thanks Danielle!

  11. Songs In The Key of V

    “The premise of “Songs In The Key Of V” was to compile a collection of tracks that I felt echoed elements of The Velvet Underground in a significant way. I’m not saying these songs could not have existed if The

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