Tags: music

Thurston Moore on Black Metal

music, friends
*(Because sometimes you need more than 140 characters...)* If you know me well, you know two things: 1) my favorite musical troupe of all time is [Sonic Youth]; and, 2) I played drums in a death metal band for a while in high school. [Sonic Youth]… more »

Audio Plugin Test

music, blogging
Just a quick test of a flash-based audio plugin... Not sure exactly how I'll use this yet... more »

RIP, Lux Interior, 1946-2009

music, photos, friends
> ?Rock ?n? roll has absolutely nothing to do with music. It?s much more than music. Rock ?n? roll is who you are. You can?t call the Cramps music. It?s noise, rockin? noise.? --Lux Interior How does one mourn the loss of a god?… more »


music, wtf?, princeton
Do I feel guilty for spending [$35 on a t-shirt]? Yes. But, damn if Princeton doesn't need some [Gucci]. [$35 on a t-shirt]: http://yhst-30031698927646.stores.yahoo.net/frgumatee.html [Gucci]: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gucci_Mane (via na… more »

RIP Ron Asheton

[Ron Asheton](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ron_Asheton) of the Stooges [has died](http://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/08/arts/08asheton.html). We had just seen them on [8/8/8 in NYC](http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=stooges+nyc+8%2F8%2F08&sea… more »
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