My favorite Lour Reed album.
From last month.
Great version of this song.
Woah, Jay-Z is going on about his art world life: “go ahead lean on that shit, blue you own it.”
Check out this great playlist from Matt Arnett, featuring artists that have played at Atlanta’s “Grocery on Home”.
From the feedback I’ve gotten for the 2013 AIC Great Debate, it was a big success. Thanks to all that participated and helped make it a lot of fun!
For the Debate I made a playlist that featured only Indiana-born musicians. In the event you want to listen again, here are the songs.
It’s called a “crankie” and it’s a pretty awesome way to illustrate a song. In this case “The Lost Gander” by Anna & Elizabeth a duo based in Kentucky. It’s pretty awesome.
Bill Callahan plays “One Fine Morning” at Bowery Ballroom, July 12th 2011.
Listen to that Duquesne Whistle blowing …
This piano is so important in the city of Indianapolis, and this is one of my favorite blog posts by one of my students from our class last semester.
Broad Ripple is Burning by Margo and the Nuclear SO and SOs. I don’t know of a more beautiful and depressing song about Indianapolis, but at least we have that.
Grateful Dead Live at Madison Square Garden on 1981-03-09, recorded by Barry Glassberg.