Though it’s missing the slo-mo group dance scene at the end, it’s got so many other Wes Anderson hallmarks, I’m not going to complain. Even if Moonrise Kingdom looks like the apex of self parody, I’ll still see it. Damnit. (via TheMovieBlog)
I remember first hearing Since I Left You and having my mind and ears blown. And wondering how the hell they squeezed so many samples together to create something so entirely fresh, varied, and somehow, packed all into a cohesive album. One that simply drips of summer. It still holds up today. To celebrate its 10 year anniversary Modular is releasing a 2-disc set full of remixes and rarities. Stay tuned for details.
FRONTIER PSYCHIATRIST VIDEO
Directed by Tom Kuntz and Mike Maguire
This is just one remix that’ll appear on the deluxe reissue. Check back for more info.
Dreamy. From the same musical meister who created “Upular” entirely from Pixar Up samples, Nick Bertke AKA Pogo. Bloom has the same hypnotic effect, too. Made more beautiful by the emotive and timelessly sweet Disney princesses. And that guy’s moustache. (via)
SPEAKING OF BLOOM …
It’s the 20th anniversary of Nirvana‘s Nevermind. Here’s a terrific and lesser-known cover by fellow Wilmette, IL -ian, Jonny Polonsky:
Maybe it’s the impending SF snow but we’ve never had a Friday Five with so many white LP covers. Even if the TVOTR shot isn’t the final cover, I’m caught up in snow mania. Here’s a bunch of tunes to add to your winter shopping list. Enjoy thoroughly.