January 2015

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from Иванов Вячеслав

Microscopic Time-Lapse of Growing Snowflake
Vyacheslav Ivanov

“His guitar work with Rocket 455 is the most quintessentially “Detroit” rock and roll this side of the MC5. The record was recorded in a 100-year-old, vacant house in Detroit, and features songs popularized by the likes of Son House, I.D. Stamper, Blind Lemon Jefferson, and Brother Will Hairston.”

The founding member of the ’90s garage gods, THE GORIES, Dan Kroha has released his first solo album “Angels Watching Over Me,” available NOW via Third Man Records.

From The Gories “The Shaw Tapes: Live in Detroit 5/27/88” (2013, Third Man Records)

(via “Some great covers by Ty Segall” via Walking With The Beast)

Doug Paisley feat. Bonnie “Prince” Billy – Until I Find You
the song is taken from 7″ single ‘Until I Find You (feat Bonnie “Prince” Billy)’ b/w ‘Everything Is Made’ via No Quarter Records.  
Doug Paisley – vocals/guitar, Bonnie “Prince” Billy – vocals,
Emmett Kelley – backing vocals/guitar

Directed by Heather Goodchild.

Taken from the track A6 from NNA074: Chris Weisman “The Holy Life That’s Coming”  Available February 26, 2015 on Vinyl & Digital formats via nna tapes.

Taken from The Speedy Ortiz/Chris Weisman split
via Famous Class‘ monthly LAMC single #14

Illustration by Kyle T. Webster

“More than eight hundred fish species are known to hoot,
moan, grunt, groan, thump, bark, or otherwise vocalize.”

“When Fish Shout” (New Yorker, Nov. 10th, 2014) by Emily Anthes
Listen, HERE!

Will Sprott‘s latest full-length album “Vortex Numbers” is available NOW via HAIRDO Records.
Recorded by John Blatchford, Brian Parks, Monte Vallier and Greg Ashley.
Cover art by Shana Cleveland (of La Luz).

Taken from the compilation album “In A Cloud II” (2012, Secret Seven Records)

“The first release from Hairdo Records is the Crawdad Cleveland’s Famous Faces 2015, a 12 month calendar featuring your favorite rockers from days of yore! Painted by Shana Cleveland.” order, HERE!

Bill Callahan sings “I Was Sleeping” from “Ivy and the Wicker Suitcase”

This is Bill Callahan singing “I Was Sleeping” from Brian Beattie’s “Ivy and the Wicker Suitcase”, part of a live performance at Austin’s State Theater (The Stateside at the Paramount) on November 8th, 2014. 

ブライアン・ビーティ、一家総動員のプロジェクト”Ivy and the Wicker Suitcase”、劇場版より。

Taken from the track 24 of Brian Beattie’s “Ivy and the Wicker Suitcase”. Bill Callahan as “Everything”, a Supreme Deity. He’s been sleeping, so he’s very groggy.

Ivy and the Wicker Suitcase

“An abbreviated journey through the creation and manufacturing of “Ivy and the Wicker Suitcase”, an Illustrated Earmovie Musical by Brian Beattie, illustrated by Valerie Fowler. “Ivy and the Wicker Suitcase” is a 72 minute musical audiodrama that comes in a fully illustrated 62 page book, featuring Daniel Johnston, Bill Callahan, Will Sheff, K. McCarty, James Hand, and starring Grace London as Ivy Wire.”

taken from the track 14 of Brian Beattie’s “Ivy and the Wicker Suitcase”. Will Sheff is Mister Kirby (Okkervil River), the busy 3 headed chief admissions officer for the Eternal Incarceration System. Grace London is Ivy Wire. She puts him to sleep with her mysterious song.


‘Surgery’ is a new music and photography project by American songwriter and folk musician Amy Annelle.  Amy recently underwent major surgery for a chronic medical condition. This project has been set up as a fundraiser, with proceeds going towards medical expenses.
Please make a donation of any amount to the medical fund: HERE.

Grace London Bandcamp

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