This is the third STIR CRAZY. My musical appetite has been renewed, so this week brings you a lot of it. I’ve been finding my ability to walk, consume tunes and think to be returning, and what a relief- those are the moments when I feel most connected with the world, even when the world is hiding.
ON A MORE SOMBER NOTE- the country is once again in the throes of racial injustices perpetrated against the black community. This is to serve as a reminder to question your role in these pervasive offenses, and to stay vigilant in knowing that this cannot continue to be a part of daily American life. We need to be better.
An interesting LOOK into perfume.
Friend of the show RITU designed this incredible, uniquely interactive SITE which showcases the risograph works of 50 artists.
Y’all have a lot of JUNK.
IS DIGITAL AUTHENTICITY POSSIBLE?
STEVE BUSCEMI’s warm, gentle haze.
Ahead of their latest record, HAIM are missing the road.
A wild, early 90’s London, ambient RECORD.
“IT WOULD BE ADVISABLE TO PREPARE ONESELF BEFOREHAND, IN THE DEEPEST SILENCE, BY SERIOUS IMMOBILITIES.” Satie, the romantic.
Weirdo pop for the revolution. (APPLE/SPOTIFY)
Two new CUTS from a former Solange guitarist.
This week marked the 25th Anniversary of Elliott Smith’s self titled. Here’s a record of his I like MORE. (APPLE/SPOTIFY)