T-Rex Trying to take a selfie…
Girls pose by a jail that recalls the witch trials of 1692 in Salem, Massachusetts. Photo taken in 1945.
“I’ve got a lot of problems. But they belong to me.”
Me: The way you talk about your audience, it seems like in some ways you are doing something good, with social value.
Jessie Ware: Yeah, I mean there’s something really interesting about the audience. I want to know everybody who’s bothered to buy a ticket from me, I want to know who they are and why they want to see me. I think it’s such a magical thing to meet the people who support you, and that interaction is so important to me. I can’t be an entertainer without my audience.
For Unnatural History, Lori Nix constructs tiny dioramas of rooms in imaginary natural history museums, which bring to mind the often bizarre and awkward artifice inherent in the scientific presentation of the animal kingdom.
See more of the artist’s work here.
"I think I see more of a distinction between computer music and electronic music, because there’s a huge world of analog electronic music, and that’s something in itself, as opposed to, say, MIDI. I’ve always loved and been interested in electronic music, but this was the first album where we were focused on mainly analog instruments and therefore playing everything." — Katie Stelmanis
The living are only a species of the dead.
Heads are homes for hermit crabs
"Anytime I ever downloaded something it felt disposable and it hasn’t matter as much. But like when I would buy something, especially when I was a kid and I didn’t have much money to do that, you would sit there and you would really like look at the artwork and you would think about it and you would listen to it more than once, because you couldn’t just delete it. You weren’t just going to throw some CD out that you just bought; you’d actually give it a chance and some of those things that started becoming maybe some of your favorite things. You actually gave them some time because they were more real, you know? — Tom Fec on Black Moth Super Rainbow and how music may or may not be a product.