Yesterday, to mark the 10th anniversary of George Harrison’s death, MSNBC compiled some classic photos of the famous Beatle.
Speaking of music I’m into, the good people at Modern Shark have just unleashed their Modern Shark Sampler Tape Number Three, available streaming and as a free download. Features a whole slew of talented gents from NYC, including mighty mighty Tone Tank and Cool Calm Pete.
The Black Keys have a new album out in about a week. Sounds great, as usual. Props for calling it El Camino. Funny photo.
I watched this Korean gangster flick on Netflix streaming recently, and really enjoyed it. It’s from 2006. The English title, A Dirty Carnival, seems a bit clunky to me. It’s a tale about vicious cycles in the underworld – what goes around, comes around, essentially…
Australian photographer Nicole Reed has been popping up on the blogs a lot lately, thanks to this series of photos about Horiren First, a Japanese tattoo artist. Nice work Nicole!!
This song by the Rockmelons (featuring Deni Hines) came out about 20 years ago, when I was growing up in Sydney. I thought it was super cool. I’m pretty sure I heard this before hearing the original by Bill Withers.
Issue 7 of Living Proof has just landed. This issue features Kenny Scharf, Tobin Yelland, Jessy Nite, and an interview with Richard Colman by yours truly.