Monthly Archives: September 2010

Reviews: 7AM by Teengirl Fantasy

Teengirl Fantasy 7AM [True Panther / Merok, 2010] 7AM has mixed connotations.  It is an ambiguous time for me to think about.  I imagine most people are getting ready for their day at this time.  Perhaps for some the day … Continue reading

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Beginnings

When I grew up, people generally gauged their “coming of age” musical happening as the purchase of their first cassette tape, or maybe if they could afford it, a CD.  With today’s technology, I have no idea how this translates…Downloading … Continue reading

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Profiles: Morton Feldman

Morton Feldman (1926-1987) has often been referred to as a colorist for his sensitivity to timbre. For this, though generally associated with the New York School composers John Cage, Earle Brown, and Christian Wolff; Feldman may seem more strongly related … Continue reading

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Mixes: The New Funk

I wonder what you think when you see this album cover.  Perhaps you chuckled a little?   I mean it really is kind of funny right?

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