Saturday, October 31, 2009


Yeasayer - "Ambling Alp"

OH! Check this out. I bought the digital download + 12" + t-shirt bundle.

Friday, October 30, 2009

The mitten hates to read

Montana needs some books, ya'll.
That bookshelf is $%^&*! Perhaps I'll get a much much smaller one custom made. (apparently it isn't buyable) Lord knows I ain't got that many books.

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Benny G in Brief Interviews with Hideous Men

Ben Gibbard, first you marry MY ZOOEY, then you start acting in films written and directed by John Krasinski. John, Jim, whatever. What's next, Benji?? New Moon soundtrack?? Wait..

He's actually good. His hands are everywhere.

Watch Ben Gibbard Act In Brief Interviews With Hideous Men - Video - Stereogum

Friday, October 16, 2009

I've been doing Chemistry for 8 hrs and I feel like I have barely soaked up any significant information. This is troubling. Enough of that mess.

So fiiiiine.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Chris Taylor, a new obsession

OH shit.

Just bought this. Very excited! :

Multi-instrumentalist Chris Taylor of Grizzly Bear releases his debut solo 7" single under the CANT moniker today on his own Terrible Records imprint, backed with an unreleased Arthur Russell track. Take a listen to Taylor's gorgeous and haunting (and aptly titled) contribution below; fans of his other band will no doubt be extremely pleased
The CANT/Arthur Russell split 7" is limited to 1000 copies, and was recorded/produced by Taylor in his church/studio in Brooklyn.


Sunday, October 11, 2009

Just bought this on vinyl. Dreamy.


Thursday, October 8, 2009


Halloween's comin' ya'll. That means punkin' cookies for eyeballs and HOCUS POCUS on the telly. + kids wearing cute costumes.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Oh, Davey Byrne

Woke up refreshed, got in my car, drove to work. A usual Sunday morning. On the way I was listening to npr, Weekend Edition Sunday, and a familiar voice was being interviewed. Well the voice wasn't exactly familiar, just the content. Liane Hansen and the interviewee were discussing biking in NYC and said interviewee's recently published book. I said WHOA HEY DAVE BYRNE, THAT YOU? 'Course it was. Who else? Listen please.

The photo to your left is the man himself with one of his bike racks that are scattered 'round Manhattan and Brooklyn.

Thursday, October 1, 2009


Volume one: Hair

Trunk books are a new series of personal, sensual books that are intended to be filled with beautiful and fascinating content. The idea is that they’re filled with treasure, just like an old trunk in the attic. Each book will focus on a part of the human body and be filed with short pieces of writing, art, and photography. There will be interviews, essays, fiction, photo essays, poems, and art works addressing multifarious dimensions of the theme. The series is aimed at an intelligent, engaged audience interested in both “high” and popular culture and is intended to have wide appeal.

Aspects of hair that get very little attention, cultural, historical, religious etc, are finally getting their shining moment. The cover is what actually caught my eye. Fact: I judge a book by its cover.

Also, the second volume is dedicated to Blood.

Source: Design Milk