I’ve never met GREATeclectic, but I know him quite well. I’ve yet to feel more innately connected to someone with whom I’ve never shared conventional contact; but that is the … Continue Reading Want to See a Daye Boy Smile? Pay Attention.
“I would like to turn the world on, just for a moment … just for a moment,” so spoke Andy Warhol’s brightest burning – and arguably quickest dimming – Superstar, … Continue Reading About Her Inner Quicksilver Scene : Edie Sedgwick
2007 climaxed the greatest American tale since The Civil War, and Britney Spears’ Blackout was our living soundtrack. Just as Spears was our brown-eyed girl of misfortune, Blackout is the … Continue Reading re:code.fm :: Britney’s Blackout
Where we left off with the sonic schizophrenia of Kenna’s face, we now delve into the social schizophonia scape of M.I.A.’s 2005 debut take: alee, Arular. M.I.A. mirrors the past … Continue Reading re:code.fm :: M.I.A.’s Arular
The Audiobiography series invites artists to narrate the first-hand account of their lives (thus far) through soundtrack as score. A sonic signature in framework, fashion and function, Audiobiographies explore the … Continue Reading audiobiography: punk me tender
Amy, Amy, Amy… Although eye’ve been here before… she’s just too hard to ignore… Rhythmically, she spins a spell – I know she’d wear scene well… Amy, Amy, Amy… where’s … Continue Reading Amy, Amy, Amy…
Pop: grab your old girl with her new tricks; if this was Gaga’s first and last album, it would be just as complete as it is in context as a … Continue Reading re:code.fm :: Lady Gaga’s The Fame