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The Flaming Lips show off their own brand of trancey, experimental, eerie goth tunes in Embryonic.
Orenda Fink takes a break from her many bandmates with Ask the Night, a folk-filled consideration of the artist’s down-home roots.
The Ettes’ girl garage rock with some serious vintage flair reverbs through Do You Want Power.
Prog rock gets a kick in the pants from The Entrance Band and their self-titled debut.
The Dodos get a dose of electro, but don’t lose their folky intensity, in Time to Die.
Rock along with the ballsy beauties of BETTY in their sassy, pop-rock record, Bright & Dark.
Air’s special brand of electro-cool heats things up in the sexy, spacey Love 2.
Alison Sudol lets her hair down for Bomb in a Birdcage, the singer-songwriter’s rock-infused piano pop follow-up to A Fine Frenzy's acclaimed first album.
I was wandering around the Serious Eats website, a food blog about chow in the NYC area, and spotted this odd baked good. In Barbara Kingsolver's book Animal, Vegetable, Miracle, you can find a recipe for Frida Kahlo's Pan de Muerta, which is a traditional Day of the Dead treat made to honor those that have passed on. Oh Ms. Kahlo, I don't know if this is what you were going for with your recipe but know that I find it somewhat cute and smile-worthy.
While being a sicky-poo this weekend I caught up on YouTube videos and boy, I found a unique diddy. Jack's (wouldn't it be nice to be on a first name basis with him? I think so) most recent project, The Dead Weather, just put out a new video for the single I Cut Like A Buffalo a couple of weeks back and I can't believe I am this late in seeing it! Jack looking as fine as ever in a video he himself directed?! I'll take it! And another thing, if you're familiar with Twin Peaks, let me know if you get a 'Special Agent Dale Cooper's dream involving the red room and the little guy dancing' vibe...
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