Everett True

Song of the day – 490: videoing

Elements, not steals.

 Everett True

the full transcript of the Yoko Ono interview

The only thing I want is more time. Give me more time to grow and experience.

 Scott Creney

Can – Tago Mago (Spoon/Mute)

Sometimes when I listen to Tago Mago I find it hard to believe that mere human beings made this music.

 Everett True

A conversation with Yoko Ono

I never thought we shouldn’t grow, I never thought we should repeat.


An Incomplete Visual History of Short Trousers in Popular Music

Shorts have always been a little difficult to pull off.

 Scott Creney

REVIEWED IN WORDS Lady Gaga – Born This Way (Interscope)

Born This Way is Lady Gaga’s Be Here Now. It is bloated and too full of itself.

 Everett True

Song of the day – 292: tUnE-yArDs

“Every couple of minutes it gets better,” writes Chuck, a man who should know. “Do please watch the whole thing.”

 Everett True

Song of the day – 231: Tunabunny

Bangs wept. This music makes me deliriously happy. It clatters, it splatters, it shatters, it matters. I’ve listened to the album front to back, back to front, sideways, length ways, every which wrong ways, adored the New Order steals, the slices of unrequited Bikini Kill/Skinned Teen screaming, the tributes to the female Captain Beefheart, the […]

 Everett True

Song of the day – 213: La Mômo

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


Edward Guglielmino’s Guide to… 30 ways to make your band underground

He’s thin, he’s skinny, he’s deeply misunderstood and he’s writing for Collapse Board! Here is the first in the series from Brisbane’s answer to the bell-bottomed, loose-limbed, devil-may-croon swagger of Dave Graney on How To Make It In The Music Business And Still Annoy The Fuck Out Of Everyone Who Matters 1. Get your band […]