Sorry I should have been more clear. I mean the top button or two and without a tie. Tucked in with dress pants. Singer Patrick Flegel delivers deadpan incantations swathed in reverb (and deep in the mix, as ever) on opener Can You See struggling to let go of the Women of old, perhaps before Heat Distraction motorik thump subsides into passages of true melody brilliance. Narrow With the Hall just about stays the right side of eponymous era Velvets pastiche (if you going to rip anyone, though before a naked ballad, Penal Colony, segues into Bells slow ambient drone, evoking a nightmarish, sepia tinged horror film score. And that just the first five tracks don be surprised if it takes a few listens to take it all in.If you not quite there by the time six and a half minute opus Eyesore encapsulates everything that been wonderful about the preceding 36 before slowly fading out, turn it over and start again.
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileTweetin’ Toronto Mayor David Miller spoke and took questions at the Mesh Tech Conference in Toronto today. I was tapped to interview him and lead the Q A. It’s set to launch this fall.
WEIRD SHAPES We Need This [Start 00:13]”All we’ve done for the last 12 months is bang our metaphorical brains against every literal piece of studio equipment that we’ve amassed during numerous recent ebay scouting missions” say Weird Shapes (above). The first product of this technological rampage is this track We Need This. As always its a self assessment, against the backdrop of an escapist eulogy written in the confines of British heavy industry.
(l) Includes an extra $99.95 for a full month by the service provider as we continue the migration to a cheaper service. While this is being worked on by the technical staff, we are temporarily paying two monthly charges, the original $319.90 plus the extra $99.95. As stated in Footnote (k), one of our techs is making a special donation to cover the $319.90.
It starts with suspense, turns quickly into a horror film then adds the requisite surprise twist before morphing into a Rocky style, feel good flick. As Budinski’s colleague Jason Schlosberg told Time magazine: “The guide told us that in his 15 years of doing this he’d never seen anything like it.”Universe hates Higgs boson, Chicago CubsBy John Bowman, CBCNews. A physicist working on the Large Hadron Collider doesn’t think much of the theory that the universe is sabotaging the project to prevent the discovery of the Higgs boson.