WOODPECKERS DON'T GET HEADACHES. Best drumming scenes! And a good look for the director, D. Asanova.
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Just started reading Helen Macdonald's H is for Hawk. I saw an interview with Macdonald where she professed her love for field guides (bird books, mushroom books, tree books) and I was hooked. The book is about grieving -- MacDonald trains a goshawk partially to cope with the loss of her father. But it's also about falconry of course and loads of other things. Much of it is about T.H. White, fellow birder and writer of Arthurian romances. Will have to track down a copy of The Once and Future King.
Thursday, March 5, 2015
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
Saturday, February 21, 2015
This is a great record. Private electronics and zither over Folkways style field recordings. It is said that Ernest Hood blacked out his car windows so that he could record conversations on the street secretly. Sounds like a languid Canadian documentary about youth culture...
Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Listening to Teresa Winter. So nice. A heady cocktail of echoey 4ad-style voices and bedroom beats and bended circuits. Like how I wish Nite Jewel or Julia Holter sounded. Seriously, such a welcome tonic for these frostbit ears. You can download her Seven Sisters cassette here, and look out for a new tape called Oh Tina No Tina out soon on Reckno. Clip below, and more here.