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Architect’s Photos Offer Entry into The Mad, Marbled World of the Flaming Lips

  Continuing today’s unintended theme of rock-and-roll real estate, a post over on Pitchfork brought to our attention these photos and sketches of the recently rehabbed Oklahoma City house of Flaming Lips frontman and OKC native, Wayne Coyne. Already we had thrilled to Coyne and co. enjoying a public bath on the premises via Google Earth. Now we get a ... Read More »

The Year Ahead: Music Edition

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Wonder what 2010 is going to sound like? The sonic savants over at Pitchfork have kicked off the year with their guide to this winter’s upcoming releases, so get your iPod ready for new jams from the likes of Kanye West, Yeasayer, Xiu Xiu and more. Our early favorite? The latest from Baltimore’s Beach House — we’ve been digging the ... Read More »

One Week Only: Wesley Willis’ Joy Ride

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Woah! Well our weekend viewing schedule just got a little more jam-packed. The folks over at Pitchfork.TV are hosting rock doc (or should we say rock-you-mentry) ‘Wesley Willis’ Joy Ride’ for ONE WEEK ONLY, and we’ve got it here, too. The film tells the story of a Willis, the obese and schizophrenic “savant-garde” musician, and frontman of the Wesley Willis ... Read More »

Talking to the Largehearted Boy (Pt 1)

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On the blog Largehearted Boy, David Gutowski tries to find “the point where music and literature meet.” That means chatting up authors and musicians about where they find inspiration, plus lots and lots legal mp3s free for the taking. We recently caught up with the blogger with the big heart and he gave us insight into biz of blogging and ... Read More »

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