Click for Larger view [+] When the horse died with its head in Elba’s lap, she didn’t cry. But she wanted to.
Singer/Songwriter Aaron Roche’s new album, !BlurMyEyes, is available now at aaronrochemusic.bandcamp.com. Aaron set aside some time to answer several questions for us about this new album, his writing process and his plan to start a metal band. [DS] Congrats on the release of your most recent, really wonderful album, !BlurMyEyes. If I’m not mistaken, this one is [...]
Thanks so much to all of our contestants, and thanks so much to the very kind folks on Twitter and Facebook who helped us spread the word about this drawing. The winner of our second camera and film Give-Away is… Massachusetts resident Jon Skinner! Big congrats to Jon, the owner of a Polaroid OneStep Camera and [...]
Half-way through August. Remember how good it felt to get all dressed up for a morning drive, then, for recreation, change into your all-white tennis suit and also sit on top of a boat for a while before slipping into your authentic 1920′s-strong-man-style (needs more leopard-print) speedo for a swim? You can’t go home again.
Since full disclosure seems to be in the air these days–I can’t be the only one who was riveted by the recent release of the Pentagon Papers–there’s something that I should tell you all: I have an addiction to 1970s cookbooks. It’s not serious enough to qualify for a TLC reality show (yet). But there [...]
A few months ago, we gave away a working Polaroid instant camera and a pack of film by The Impossible Project. We promised we’d do it again soon, and we’re making good on that today. Once again, you’ve got the opportunity to become the proud owner of a Polaroid OneStep 600 Flash Camera PLUS one [...]
Sufjan Stevens played his first of two shows at Brooklyn’s Prospect Park last night for Celebrate Brooklyn. My Brightest Diamond opened. The show was just as big, sonically and visually, as we’ve come to expect from Sufjan in the past year. Youtube user Jon Uleis has shared a video of the bold, intense reworking of “Seven [...]
Half-handed Cloud, the long-running musical project of multi-disciplinary artist John Ringhofer, came to Manhattan for the first time in several years last night. Aaron Roche, a folk-leaning singer-songwriter with a smooth voice and a strong arsenal of original material, opened. Though Half-handed Cloud is sometimes presented as a full band, the Cake Shop basement found [...]