Monthly Archives: March 2010

Why? Because Will Oldham.

Yes, that is an army of Will Oldham bottle stoppers.  Yes, you can order one of the mere 150 that exist if you so desire and get a free download of the new album, The Wonder Show of The World … Continue reading

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Oh hey, Irony.

Irony, it’s been a while since we last crossed paths.  Thankfully, we had a brief meeting the other night, when Westminster’s Social Programme took us International students to see Billy Elliot, the musical.  Our seats weren’t great, and there was … Continue reading

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Did somebody say website?

Hey you! Yes, you! I heard from somebody that you were interested in websites.  As a matter of fact, I’ve heard you love them.  If the rumor mill is correct, then you’ll be happy to look at belladesoto.us.  It’s nothing … Continue reading

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Album Review: Liars – Sisterworld

So Liars never repeat themselves. I get it. They don’t look back, and certainly not with anger. And sure, in many ways they are the progressives they claim to be. They’re not, dare I say, lying to us. But, it’s … Continue reading

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I would like a “Say You Miss Me,” please.

You know how there’s a Wilco song for every mood you’re in.  Now that song also has a sandwich.  If you live in Toronto, go get yourself one at Sky Blue Sky, the Wilco themed Sandwhich shop!

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Live Review: Megafaun @ The Slaughtered Lamb, London, UK (2/2)

Have you ever had one of those moments?  One of those experiences that makes you realize that all people are people and we should celebrate the fact.  Usually the feeling makes us want to go back to the 60’s, man … Continue reading

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Make of this what you will: a picture of Pavement’s first setlist

Glorious, glorious, glorious: According to pitchfork this is the full setlist: Pavement: 03-01 Auckland, New Zealand – Town Hall: “In the Mouth a Desert” “Trigger Cut” “Ell Ess Two” (note: various sites report that they played “Loretta’s Scars” or “Elevate … Continue reading

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