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Nigel Van Wieck “Q Train”
pastel on paper 22×30 inches





from Kitsch Genius by Ryan Hemsworth



“Nature and Life” from Tsukuhae #1 (1914)
Shizuo Fujimori (1891-1943)
藤森静雄 「自然と人生」(月映 I / 大正3年)
The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto



Doug Paisley – Bats


A Toronto-based songwriter and performer, Doug Paisley is set to release his new 5-track CDEP/10″ “Golden Embers” on April 17th via No Quarter Records, order is now available on their webshop

Doug Paisley has been working on his new full-length, but cut these five tracks right before the new year in Toronto. Backed by Blue Rodeo‘s Bazil Donovan (bass), John Showman (fiddle), Robbie Grunwald (piano), Dana Snell (drums), Joey Wright (mandolin) and Leslie Feist (harmonies).  –No Quarter

by Mitch Fillion (southernsouls.ca)

Doug Paisley – To & Fro (unreleased tune)
Video by Mitch Fillion / Artwork by Heather Goodchild
(via Southern Souls)

From Heather Goodchild: Some Wilderness Place installation,
wool felt, fabric (2007)


Heather Goodchild is a Toronto-based artist working primarily in textiles and she has designed album covers for Canadian musicians including Justin Rutledge and Matthew Barber, and her friend Doug Paisley (“Constant Companion”).

Heather Goodchild’s work strives to uncover and explore stories and symbols with universal resonance. Focussing on textiles as a medium, she creates felt portraits, rugs, quilts, silk screened prints, soft sculpture, and dioramas.

Sam Prekop



Three Sides Chicago : Squares, Squirrels and Dots
(シカゴの3つの側面:四角、リス、そして点)
Sam Prekop, Eric Claridge, Archer Prewitt
サム・プレコップ / エリック・クラリッジ / アーチャー・プルウィット

The Sea and Cakeの来日公演にあわせ、3人展が開催されます。

東京:3月26日 ~ 4月8日
リブロ渋谷店・洋書ロゴス渋谷店 ショーウィンドー
渋谷パルコpart1 B1F

京都:4月4日 ~ 4月22日
トランスポップ・ギャラリー

The Sea and Cake Japan Tour 2012

April 6th: Billboard Live, Osaka
April 7th: Billboard Live, Tokyo

Eric Claridge



Archer Prewitt



And ….. The A.V. Club is now featuring an exclusive track ‘Arizona’ (below) by Sam Prekop from Tim Sutton’s debut feature “Pavilion” which will premiere at SXSW 2012.

Michael Dumontier and Neil Farber

Constructive Abandonment,
published by Drawn & Quarterly

Online exclusive interview
on The Believer magazine, HERE.

築地小劇場第49回公演『朝から夜中まで』(1926年再演) 舞台装置模型 ギャラリーTOM



Murayama Tomoyoshi GET ALL OF ME SEETHING
すべての僕が沸騰する 村山知義の宇宙
The Museum of Modern Art, Hayama
神奈川県立近代美術館 葉山館
2012年2月11日~2012年3月25日


the bike race scene from the brilliant expressionistic film “Von morgens bis Mitternach (From Morning Till Midnight / 朝から夜中まで)” (dir. Karl Heinz Martin, Germany 1921)

The Singing House demo
A short demonstration of latest Quintronic’s musical invention called THE SINGING HOUSE. This is an analog “drone synth” which is completely modulated by the weather. (via Dangerous Minds)

Quintron – Elevator, from “Sucre Du Sauvage”

Robert Rolston aka Quintron is a nightclub organist and inventor, based New Orleans, Louisiana, regularly accompanied by his wife Miss Pussycat, who sings backup and plays maracas at the Spellcaster Lodge in New Orleans. He plays music on a custom made Hammond / Rhodes combo synthesizer / organ, and his own patented invention THE DRUM BUDDY. Quintron’s latest album “Sucre Du Sauvage” (2011) is available via Goner Records.


Photo by Morgan Sasser

THE MUSIC BOX, A Shantytown Sound Laboratory


The Music Box – Oct 22
The New Orleans Airlift presents The Music Box: A Shantytown Sound Library. Short teaser edit of the opening night performance, October 22, 2011.  Featuring Shantytown Orchestra, conducted by Quintron.

The Brooklyn-based artist Swoon is bringing a landmark permanent sculpture to the Bywater neighborhood of New Orleans. This “house” will also function as a musical instrument. A growing group of local and national sound artists are creating interactive instruments that will be built into its walls and floorboards allowing visitors to bring the house to life through their touch. This fall they will debut prototypes in a temporary installation called THE MUSIC BOX, A Shantytown Sound Laboratory.

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