Monthly Archives: August 2008

Wilco Aims for 2009 record release

my first consequence of sound post: Since the release of 2007’s Sky Blue Sky, Wilco has been spending the recent months on the road, spiting time between a full-length North American tour, headlining stints at Lollapalooza and Virgin Mobile … Continue reading

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Some new and exciting news

So I probably won’t be posting much news on here for a while, but will continue with Reviews of shows and albums if time permits because . . . (drumroll) I have been asked to write news stories for an … Continue reading

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Something For the Weekend: Albums of the Week (8/22/08)

Yes, it has been a while since I have done this! But I’m back, so hopefully you are still with me. This week I have been listening to some more hip-hop inclined stuff, which should be equally noted. Newer: For … Continue reading

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apparently radiohead have no idea that they are scoring choke . . .

According to many sources, including Radiohead publicists, Radiohead are in no way scoring the new Chuck Palahniuk film. They are contributing a song off of In Rainbows, but thats it. Hopefully they just forgot about that amazing score that they … Continue reading

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CONCERT: All Points West: The Wrap-Up

The inaugural All Points West Festival in Jersey City, NJ/NY, which took place this past weekend, amazed me, baffled me, and left me with many questions all at once. The festival managed to have a somewhat stellar lineup, with Radiohead … Continue reading

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Chuck Palahniuk, the guy who wrote “Fight Club,” from which the Brad Pit film was based has several other novels, which should be made into films. Well, now Director/Actor Clark Gregg is turning one of his other brilliant novels, “Choke” … Continue reading

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