Alright, so David Byrne didn’t really harold in the apocalypse. I could barely even hear him over the 20,000 fans that crowded into Prospect Park last night at around 8 pm to see the old man do some new (and old) tricks. No longer playing under the moniker Talking Heads, probably because of some dispute […]Read More David Byrne Harolds in the Apocalypse
The Witches… Starving Artist Podcast Ep. 16–Women Who Rock Here you have it, folks. The “Women Who Rock” edition of the Starving Artist Podcast. I also go over what’s coming up on the Summer concert schedule (free, of course) in NYC, and review a website that sells $8 prescription glasses! This show features the likes […]Read More Starving Artist Podcast Ep. 16
Yesterday this happened.butSometimes It’s harder to see something Unless you look at it from a different angle.Under a different light.Sometimesyou need a bird’s eye view.Read More Strange Indeed…Update
Though I aim to keep this art/music oriented, I can’t but help notice that there is a cultural blindspot occurring with humanity. And since it is loosely catagorized as art, I thought I would put up a post on “crop circles.” Now, I’m no expert, and I am open to the possibility that these might […]Read More Strange Indeed…
There are few hip hop albums that come to mind that can unite such a diverse audience as Black Star. It’s been a decade since Mos Def and Talib Kweli made their mark on the hip-hop community with their self-titled debut in 1999. (Shout out for my crew! east west, north south. Everyone on the […]Read More “Sometimes You’re Given A Gift…” Mos Def.