Edge City

Alice Coltrane

—Shiva-Loka

newspeedwayboogie:

Beautiful, spiritual music 

givemypoorheartease:

Alice Coltrane—“Shiva-Loka”

Journey in Satchidananda (Impulse! 1970).

Great album, great playing, really great production.

omg-horkey:

Sunn O))) & Boris - West Coast Tour 2005

Courtesy of Burlesque Design:

Our absolutely huge, meticulously six-color screenprinted ode to the chest-crushing sounds of Sunn O))) and the ever-astounding Boris of Japan. Their spectoral images pictured here garnering strength from the power of a glowing amplifier tube within the decayed womb of a dead tree. Trust us, your head’s gonna vibrate if you go see them, so bring your earplugs and some sturdy shoes. Joined by Thrones and Earth, Sunn0))) and Boris showed the West coast a thing or two as they traversed the Pacific Coast throughout the late Fall of 2005. Two different color versions here - one for the road, and one for Burlesque.

Goddam this is wonderful.

(via corpsepose)

dderives:

Disco Inferno “the long dance” (from “the last dance”, 1993)

20 years ago. Still like a breath of fresh air, still euphoriant, still impossible to forget how I reached unknown heights listening to some of their songs.

Nothing cover Low for RSD! Right up the middle of my alley.

ADAM SCOTT: [on Pop] “It’s not a Bad album, but after listening to it solid for six months, I’m never going to enjoy this…”
SCOTT AUKERMAN: “You know, Michael Jackson put out a Bad album, and it worked out pretty well for him!”
ADAM SCOTT: “Hah. Hah. Hah. Hah.”
SCOTT AUKERMAN: “You know, that laugh sounds semi-sincere…”

- U Talkin’ U2 To Me, Episode #8: Pop. (via lifedisco)

Best thing I heard this week.

(via scottaukerman)

marathonpacks:

pitchfork:

From YouTube, to Pandora, to Spotify, streaming music is piloting our listening habits in fascinating new ways that both upend old hierarchies and recall innovations of previous eras. Eric Harvey explores how these developments are affecting ideas of taste, access, and ownership today—and what this shift means for fans and artists alike—in our latest Cover Story.

Spent the last few months working on this. Thanks especially to Ryan Dombal for editing it, and Joy Burke, Mike Renaud, and Mark Beasley for creating the ridiculous layout. If nothing else, you have to give me credit for interviewing David Bazan and dj/rupture in the same article.

Just digging in to this, but the layout is incredible.

marathonpacks:

pitchfork:

From YouTube, to Pandora, to Spotify, streaming music is piloting our listening habits in fascinating new ways that both upend old hierarchies and recall innovations of previous eras. Eric Harvey explores how these developments are affecting ideas of taste, access, and ownership today—and what this shift means for fans and artists alike—in our latest Cover Story.

Spent the last few months working on this. Thanks especially to Ryan Dombal for editing it, and Joy Burke, Mike Renaud, and Mark Beasley for creating the ridiculous layout. If nothing else, you have to give me credit for interviewing David Bazan and dj/rupture in the same article.

Just digging in to this, but the layout is incredible.

momandpopmusic:

Watch Parquet Courts brand new Andy Capper-directed video for “Sunbathing Animal”, featuring, um, a sunbathing animal.

losangeleslovesyou:

REAL ESTATE : CRIME

I love Andy Daly so much, and I’m totally into this new Real Estate album.