Saint Basil’s Cathedral, Moscow. Circa 1900’s.
Semiannual reminder that all photographs of this building are misleading; St Basil’s is MINIATURE.
Not likely I will watch this 10,000 times like the video for We Can’t Stop, but this is a good cover.
<3 this song
Go. See. Nico’s. Opera. Two Boys. @ The Met. The plot is all Law & Order: SVU. The choral work is all glossolalia. The projections are all Windows 95 on acid. I’m going 2 nite. Wearing cut off jeans and a Muppets hat. Stay classy.
Everybody go! I’m going in Nov.
More obsolescence found on old hard drives. This one is hilarious: a live jam session in Seattle, WA (circa 2009?) that eventually evolved into the last party section of “Impossible Soul.” Casey on bass, James on drums, me on piano, overdub choir is a bunch of folks I don’t remember who. Recorded in Casey’s living room. We were like that indulgent high school rock band that plays the same thing for 8 hours in their parents’ garage. Therapy? Catharsis? Enlightenment? I’ll take what I can get. For those of you suffering the darkness, remember: It’s a long life. Pace yourself. Put your face together. Stay Positive!
Fall is for listening to Adz over and over again. It’s not so impossible.
With only three music videos under his belt, Andrew Thomas Huang has worked with Bjork, Sigur Ros, and now Atoms for Peace. From watching Huang’s videos, it’s easy to see why he’s attracted such an impressive roster. “Before Your Very Eyes” is a visually stunning stop-motion creation featuring Thom Yorke as an Ozymandias-like statue.