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

  1. Conversation: David Byrne+Jeff Koons(1975)

    1975 -Jeff Koons and David Byrne (Talking Heads) have a conversation about music and the reasons why he moved from Chicago to New York…

  2. Only Love Can Break Your Heart

    From Wikipedia: In 1990, English band Saint Etienne recorded a cover version of Neil Young’s song “Only Love Can Break Your Heart”, which would be included on their debut album Foxbase Alpha. Their recording, made in under two hours, got

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  3. Canadian Art Hop at the LES Gallery

    Mark DeLong reads from his new book published by Seems, Cooking With Rabbit as a part of the Canadian Art Hop in Vancouver at the LES Gallery on April 30th, 4:00 p.m. Mark DeLong reads from his new publication, Cooking

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  4. Mixtape #31: “April Day Mix” – Maia Ruth Lee

    Mixtape #31 is by the very talented Seoul-born, Nepal-raised, and New York-based artist, Maia Ruth Lee. Maia is the co-founder and editor of Chillzine, and one half of music duo Clarity Kaufmann. You also may remember Maia from Signs and

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  5. Nardwuar at TEDx

    Canada’s favorite music journalist talks about his signature DIY interview style at Tedx Vancouver. http://www.nardwuar.com

  6. Jamming: Rick Danko+Janis Joplin+ Jerry Garcia

    Ain’t No More Cocaine: Rick Danko(The Band), Janis Joplin and Jerry Garcia(Grateful Dead) jam on a CN train on tour across Canada during a music festival that took place in in the 70’s. Rick Danko Janis Joplin Jerry Garcia: Ain't

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  7. Wild Heart

    Thanks Amart

  8. U-J3RK5

    U-J3RK5 (pronounced “you jerk,” – the five is silent) was a Vancouver based band from the late 1970s. Their style was post punk/new wave, but was more art rock than synth pop. U-J3RK5’s short lived local success was influenced by

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  9. Blog On Blog (Blogs We Love): More Than A Feeling

    Happy Friday! http://morethanfeelings.tumblr.com

  10. Pates Tapes

    The best site that I’ve come across in a long time. Nostalgic mixtape listening to your hearts content. Vinyl and cassette tapes only. patestapes.com

  11. Hedi Slimane Exhibition:Fragment Americana

    The Fragment Americana by Hedi Slimane show is only up until March 26th at the Almine Rech Gallery in Brussels. So if you are in that part of the world -go see it. Hedi Slimane’s show also features work from

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  12. Landon Metz

    Work by painter, sculptor, photographer, graphic designer, musician, and The Company Of People curator Landon Metz. Wonderful work all around. I am especially enjoying his cell phone artwork (see the last set of images). I first came across this Brooklyn

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