“Dad, why are all the songs on the radio about love?” I remember asking my dad this in our basement twenty years ago, back when the only songs I knew were golden oldies from the Supremes and Elvis and moptop-y Beatles. Even my six-year old self was bored of the heterosexual narrative, that constant refrain […]
Matt Ward gets Buddy Holly in a way that I’ve rarely heard anyone get Buddy Holly.
Psychedelic shoegaze, some call it.
That difference is the difference between a music industry and a music community.
Dignity is just an obstacle that keeps you from reaching your full commercial potential.
I know I’ve been slack keeping up this blog the past couple of days. Blame it on the aftermath of my PhD confirmation seminar. I didn’t go out and get drunk, far from it: just felt immensely tired. This Colarado lady contacted me after reading my Lust-Cats Of The Gutter recommendation. Glad that she did. […]