This is a fine companion piece to 8 Eye Spy. I am beyond good and evil.
If this was 1978, the melodica would be the main instrument.
Every morning, just to wake myself up and remind myself I’m alive, I like to stare into the abyss.
A band like Arcade Fire has a hell of a lot more in common with Katy Perry than it does with Daniel Johnston.
Is it just me, or is Everett True losing it nowadays?
Splatter paint art. Elegant yet awkward. Playful. Trance-like
OK. Here’s the first in the series. I’m still trying to figure out the best way of doing this, so apologies if any of this seems clumsy. I’m planning on putting these up twice a week until we’ve got the entire run of Plan B Magazine back up online. Any suggestions on how to streamline […]
Worthing’s answer to the delicate, frayed English pop of Robert Wyatt – only shaken up and down, given a good stomping and bashed about gleefully
There’s a certain strain of Australian music that holds intrigue as its core. If I cared to look closer, I could probably determine its precursors: psychedelic, feedback-laced, blessed with a sense of distance and alienation, probably rooted in the same basic three or four Velvet Underground chords that once led Robert Forster to believe he […]