Author Archives: Gordon Lamb
Nothing Tunabunny does is accidental. I’ve listened to the group’s new album, Minima Moralia, for the past month and started this review at least half a dozen times. I’ve embraced it as a new classic and, metaphorically at least, ripped … Continue reading
So here’s the situation: for the past month I’ve been struck with the worst writer’s block I’ve had in a long time. There’s plenty to write about, and even a good amount of stuff I’m interested in writing about—a necessary, … Continue reading
The best thing I did this week so far was throw on the headphones and watch this four-part Harry Partch PBS special. If I could go back in time I would personally thank KPBS-TV (San Diego) for producing this. It’s … Continue reading
Generally speaking, I’m not terribly fond of homage in album art. But this is OK, I think. Marvin Gaye was originally born Gay but switched up the spelling for reasons that no one has ever been able to speak about … Continue reading
…at least that’s how Mozz put it to one little punter on the way to the gardens in 1984. Please enjoy The Smiths’ appearance on the Charlie’s Bus segment of TV-AM‘s early Saturday morning program S.P.L.A.T.! (Soap, Puzzles, Laughter And … Continue reading
…It’s not very good no matter what you’ve heard. It’s pretty self-parodying but even that doesn’t save it. It’s mostly just exhausting and boring. If you insist on hearing it GO HERE. (Note: totally not safe for work, church, school, … Continue reading
No one needs my opinion on the new Washed Out LP so I won’t bother but do ya think they could have hired someone who wouldn’t totally rip off Roxy Music to handle the cover art?