Drew Wooten took this sweet shot! Brotherly love. How touching.
Looks like things are working again around here. Nice, huh?
Why is it when I really want to talk to all of you brilliant people, I have database issues?
Sorry if you were looking for me and couldn’t load the site; I have a peace offering.
Meet The Dirty Apostles.
Sometimes I’m so busy I don’t even know when my own pieces get published. I had the distinct pleasure of covering an event for VIBE at the end of October.
It’s 4.28am, I can’t sleep, and I’m obviously pretty stoked to see this. Hope you dig reading it as much as I loved attending and compiling my thoughts on an event that’d make Caligula clutch his non-existent pearls. Thanks for having me, VIBE/SpinMedia!
Drew Wooten, my co-conspirator/fellow bass aficionado/photographer for Bass Player’s Bass Player Live! 2013 and I had the greatest time walking the convention floor and enjoying the concert/award show, even though I was dealing with a nightmare cluster(fuck) headache that landed me in an emergency room about 6 hours before the festivities began. Getting old sucks.
I’ve found Rex Brown’s live bass playing to be a hell of a potent headache fix. You should really try him sometime; Kill Devil Hill’s on tour right now, so get on that if he’s hitting your area. I live-tweeted all of it, so you can check out my Twitter re-runs for tonight, but know right now that Drew and I had some serious (and surreal) experiences at BPL! that I’m going to recount for you - in addition to a red carpet photo gallery and some concert shots, courtesy of Drew – and a few other things, here and a few other places; thanks go out to Drew and everybody involved with BPL! for having our tomfoolery at their bassist’s wet dream – we didn’t pee on a single rug!
May Edgar Allen Ho (as seen on Reddit/BoingBoing) bless you all this Halloween!
You’re all tricks to me, baby. Since I love you for paying attention to my words, I’ve brought you a treat. Meet Hurricane Adi Ulmansky.
Having just played Culture Collide and CMJ’s Music Marathon, Tel-Aviv’s Adi Ulmansky is living it up. She’s also the subject of the photograph that won lense-maven Orit Pnini the Reader’s Choice Award at the 2013 NME Music Photography Awards.
Let’s fall into Adi’s new music video!