Tag Archive: music

Robyn and Röyksopp at Pier 97, New York City

Over at AudioFemme, I reviewed Robyn and Röksopp’s New York stop on their Do It Again tour. Here’s a few extra pictures, including warm-up act, Zhala.

Hypnopompic by Kustaa Saksi

Finnish-born, Amsterdam-based graphic artist Kustaa Saksi creates abstract, dream-like, and fantastical illustrations that, as well as gracing gallery walls across the world, have been featured in campaigns for brands such as Nike, Lacoste,… Continue reading

Massive Attack v Adam Curtis

A few pictures from the show at Park Avenue Armory last week:

Station to Station

.. Is the title not only of one of my favourite Bowie albums, but also a Nomadic Art Happening taking place across the United States this month — kicking off in Brooklyn last… Continue reading

Sunday Nostalgia: Pink! at Warehouse, Tokyo 2007

A late night in Azabu Juban.

A Brief Trip to the Electric Room

Remember when MTV used to play music? I do. Maybe I am a lot older than you. I never had MTV, growing up, we couldn’t afford it, so I used to get my… Continue reading

Where Are We Now?

I have been walking through Tokyo to the rhythm of David Bowie’s Where Are We Now. My walks, like the song, are a steady rereading of place names remembered, retreaded; names that are… Continue reading

MCA

RIP Adam Yauch. ——————- My Beastie Boys story is an indirect one. I never met them or even saw them live. They just happened to form a backdrop to one summer 14 years… Continue reading

Pulp at Radio City Music Hall

As much as I loved them, I never got the chance to see Pulp during their early-mid-nineties heyday. Even when they announced they would be reforming to play a few dates last year,… Continue reading

A Cultural Reference: Helsinki

The way I travel. Before I leave for a place I like to read about it; see it in a movie. When I leave, I like to hang on to the memories of… Continue reading