Posted in LA Weekly, news
Tagged Alpha Pup, ASKA, beat music, DAK, Dam-Funk, drugs, Durlin Lurt, Flea, free mp3s, funk, Jim Henson, Jody Watley, Leaving Records, Manimal Vinyl, matthewdavid, Moonrats, Mr. Dibiase, Nick Zinner, Nite Jewel, Raphael Saadiq, Red Sparowes, Sargent House, Shalamar, Slave, Soul Train, Spike Jonze, Steve Arrington, The Muppets, The Sads, Trip-Out Tuesday, Yeah Yeah Yeahs
And without further ado, here is the brand new installment of INCHES, my vinyl column for LA Weekly. If you like your boundaries pushed, this is the one for you. German doom-steeped slow jazz, funky electro jams, tribal grooves and avant garde twosomes abound. As do, of course, all the reviews, photos and free MP3s you’ve come to expect.
I Heart Lung / DWMTG split
Posted in album reviews, columns, LA Weekly, photography
Tagged Baron Zen, Bohren, free mp3s, High Places, Hydra Head, I Heart Lung, Los Angeles, music crit, PPM, Soft Circle, Stones Throw, vinyl
Apologies for the lack of updates. Perhaps you’ve made a New Year’s resolution to read a wee bit more in 2010? Well, why not get a jump on it now, here, for free. Check out the second latest edition of INCHES, here. As is my weekly wont, you’ll find four fresh slabs of L.A.-relevant vinyl reviewed, photographed* and MP3’d for your audio-visual pleasure.
My pick of the litter?
Best Coast, 'When I'm With You'
Posted in album reviews, columns, LA Weekly
Tagged Best Coast, Bipolar Bear, Black Iris, Bobb Bruno, free mp3s, Hiroshima Rocks Around, Hydra Head, Kill Shaman, Lustmord, Omar Rodriguez Lopez Group, The Mars Volta, vinyl