Bark Psychosis // Codename: Dustsucker, Never Quite Settling into a Comfortable Groove
Bark Psychosis’ “Codename: Dustsucker” is a masterful and thought-provoking work of experimental music. The album, which was released in 2004, is the band’s fourth studio album and marks a departure from their earlier work. The album’s soundscapes are atmospheric and ethereal, with a mix of electronic and organic instrumentation that creates a sense of disorientation. […]
12 of the Best Destinations for Photography in the World, a List of Photography Festivals and Photofairs.
Photography has long been considered an art form, but in recent years it has also emerged as a medium for collectors. The market for photography has grown significantly, with photography fairs, auctions, and galleries dedicated to the medium. This growth has been driven by the increasing recognition of photography as a valuable art form and […]
Nilüfer Yanya // Painless. Thought-Provoking, Genre-Blending Fun.
“Painless” is the debut album from British singer-songwriter Nilüfer Yanya. The album, which was released in 2019, has received widespread critical acclaim for its unique blend of soulful vocals, intricate guitar work, and introspective lyrics. The album’s ten tracks showcase Yanya’s talent as both a songwriter and musician, and offer a glimpse into the mind […]
David Sylvian // Blemish. Loss, Longing, and the Search for Meaning.
David Sylvian’s 2003 album Blemish is a masterful exploration of the human condition, and a stunning display of Sylvian’s talents as a songwriter, vocalist, and producer. The album is a deeply personal and introspective work that deals with themes of loss, longing, and the search for meaning in a world that often seems chaotic and […]
My 30 odd years with Peter Gabriel’s “So”
I was planning to see a film tonight, but before that, I was browsing my feed on Facebook, I am a member of several Facebook groups with primary interests in music or records. In one of these groups, I stumbled upon a documentary of how Peter made “SO” back in 1986. I’ve seen this documentary […]
A post impressionism favorite: Bathers at Asnières
Some things in life become our favorites but sometimes we don’t really know why. I’ve visited the National Gallery on the first days I’ve moved to London, and the Bathers at Asnières was love at first sight for me. Here is one my tweets about it which weirdly enough was posted almost 5 years ago […]