Monthly Archives: May 2010

Fully Aged Slowly: Zoe Muth and the Lost High Rollers

The gulf between like and love is heartbreaking. Think of that boy or girl you once loved. The one that didn’t love you back. The one that liked you. If there’s a more helpless, hopeless feeling than pinning I don’t … Continue reading

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Who’ll Buy My Memories, Vol. 1: Willie Nelson’s Spirit

In 1996 I was living outside of Albuquerque, New Mexico. I was a UNM drop-out, working at a dumpy bookstore and living with old college friends on the east side of the Sandia Mountains. My pool game was at an … Continue reading

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The Magnetic Fields Have a Hootenanny and Screw Tradition: Realism

Stephen Merritt, the songsmith and godhead of The Magnetic Fields, the man who once said he couldn’t stand the sound of an acoustic guitar for more than three minutes has created a wonderfully weird folk album. Not so much in … Continue reading

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