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Review: Walling (information app)

There is no point saving a ton of information if you can never find it when you need it. The answer might be Walling. Screenshot of Prisoner ‘information’…

Music: Cola (Deep in View) (2022)

This post-punk trio’s music is at once catchy, dark, joyful, menacing, and damn-well just in time for long summer drives at full volume. 30 May 2022 | James…

Book: ‘Mothers, Fathers, and Others’ addresses the realities of motherhood

Siri Hustvedt seeks to reclaim the messiness of motherhood. Aren’t we, she asks, all mixed up, a melange, a mess? Photo: Detail: ‘Mothers, Fathers, and Others’ 20 December…

Review: Damon Albarn: The Nearer The Fountain, More Pure The Stream Flows

Albarn’s latest solo album is, once again, a testament to an artist who continues to challenge himself, and his listeners. Photo: A markedly different beast … Damon Albarn. Photograph:…

Study: ‘Robust evidence’ that COVID-19 is a seasonal infection

This ‘peer-reviewed‘ study suggests Covid-19 is a seasonal infection linked to low temperatures and humidity, much like seasonal influenza.  19 October 2021 | Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal) |…

Review: ‘O Pioneers!’ by Willa Cather (1913)

In 1913, The Times declared Cather’s “novel without a hero” to be “American in the best sense of the word.” Credit:Lily Snowden-Fine Sept. 14, 1913 | The New…

Revisit: Steely Dan – Katy Lied (1975)

Pitchfork takes a critical look at Steely Dan—from their early classic rock staples to their latter-day studio sleaze—with a new review of ‘Katy Lied.’ 19 November 2019 |…

New Release: ALEJANDRO ESCOVEDO – La Cruzada

Originally released for Record Store Day 2020, La Cruzada, a Spanish version of his 2018 album The Crossing, has been officially released. 30 August 2021 | James Porteous…

The Beach Boys / Feel Flows: The Sunflower & Surfs Up Sessions

Forget the hyperbole. The music was always (and remains) solid and this reissue has been orchestrated by the record label that rejected it to begin with. Photo: Iconic…

Listen: Rebecca Vasmant – ‘With Love, From Glasgow’

DJ Rebecca Vasmant is the driving force behind With Love, From Glasgow, shining a bright light on the music and life and love of Glasgow. 06 July 2021 |…

The dream isn’t over: Crowded House’s ‘perfectly formed’ Dreamers Are Waiting

Neil Finn brings Crowded House back to life with son Elroy, Liam and original bassist Nick Seymour. 03 June 2021 |  Michael Dwyer | Sydney Morning Herald Dreamers…

MUSIC: A WINGED VICTORY FOR THE SULLEN (INVISIBLE CITIES) (2021)

An attempt to reconstruct a previous post that disappeared… 02 February 2021 | Brian Howe | PItchfork While appearing on albums for reputable labels such as Mute, Kranky,…

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