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David Greenberger and Prime Lens, Yoko Ono

Your humble reviewer was recently physically attacked (in a brotherly, horseplaying way) by a friend who apparently didn’t appreciate his stance that all art and music has a degree of artificiality and that no matter how “authentic” a conveyed ...



If you’ve seen more than a couple Looney Tunes cartoons, then you’ve heard Raymond Scott—the bandleader/pianist whose compositions such as “Powerhouse” were adapted by Carl Stalling for numerous Warner Bros. cartoons. more

Jul 12, 2017 11:03 AM Record Reviews

While vacations are great opportunities to see and experience something new, they also give you a good excuse to not check your email every five minutes. There can be a strange feeling of both envy and pity, ironically, toward those who don’t ... more

Jul 5, 2017 11:23 AM Record Reviews

This writer was one of many people saddened in 2009 by the announcement that Stereolab—everyone’s favorite analog-synth-and-Krautrock-loving insider-music plagiarists—would be going on hiatus. However, despite that, key member Tim Gane has ... more

Jun 28, 2017 11:41 AM Record Reviews

An album that has seemed to slip past the radar here in Chattanooga is the Best of Februwriters 2017, a collection of songs created by some very talented local musicians and singer songwriters. Music has a way of endearing souls, and in its ... more

Jun 21, 2017 11:10 AM Record Reviews

Harps: they’re not just for angels or television show dream sequences. There is a short list of musicians who use harps in interesting ways, and Zeena Parkins has been on that list since the ‘80s when she was a member of the legendary Skeleton ... more

Jun 14, 2017 12:05 PM Record Reviews

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