“Controversial theatrical songwriter and Kickstarter expert Amanda Palmer and her husband, writer and sometimes singer Neil Gaiman, found themselves on a short, intimate tour in late 2011, moving up the West Coast from Los Angeles to Seattle, Washington, hitting five cities where they presented songs, poems, and readings together and separately….The atmosphere of a dimly […]
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“While their first two albums of self-styled ‘fake rap’ split the difference between rap album and comedy record, The Lonely Island’s third outing, The Wack Album, finds the trio gearing up to really explore their own uncoolness with hilarious results.” –All Music Guide Check Our Catalog
“[B]y-and-large, this is a record of provocation. It’s also probably one of the most clear-eyed accounts of the ‘real’ Andy Kaufman in existence, a serious feat considering his notoriously slippery relationship with what most of us call reality. The candidness here can be startling, even by 2013 standards.” –Pitchfork Check Our Catalog
Check Our Catalog “I’m New Here is a shock. It’s a wallop filled with big nasty beats, a wide range of sonic atmospheres, and more — sometimes unintentional — autobiographical intimacy than we’ve heard from Gil Scott-Heron than ever before. It is a scant 28 minutes and doesn’t need to be a second longer. It’s […]