by carl wilson

Next-Door Neighbour to an In-Law of a Thought

Hastily: Nate Petrin Patrin talks turkey to the anti-openmindedness brigade (aka Simon R.). And John helps out. Happy Birthday John! The Ambient Ping series is now online radio station too. Randall Roberts' paper from EMP overturns the Rosetta Stone of rockism, The Rolling Stone Record Guide, now online and complete with pie charts! The New York Times reviews recent books on music, from Charlie Parker to 50 Cent to a meditation on reverb. Go listen to Ryan Catbirdseat's June mix. Then go listen to the CBC's new Destroyer session (but don't trust their track listings!). (Thanks, Ryan, for both of those.) And last but far from least, Josh Ostroff rocks a feature on the political subtext of Battlestar Galactica into the pages of der Globe today. Tomorrow: The return of substance! Maybe!

| Posted by zoilus on Monday, June 05 at 4:46 PM | Linking Posts | Comments (3)



much thanks for the link, carl.

Posted by josh on June 7, 2006 3:24 PM



I'm so sorry, Nate. Just mistyping - will fix!

Posted by zoilus on June 6, 2006 12:04 AM



Psst: it's "Patrin" -- Though it's hard to gripe about typos when they're followed in short order by a transcript of that Randall Roberts piece. "Kraftwerk vs. .38 Special vs. Little Feat" kills me every time.

Posted by Nate Patrin on June 5, 2006 7:38 PM




Zoilus by Carl Wilson