THE COMBINATIONS WEEK DAY 3: THE COMBINATIONS REVIEW, PART III

An exploration into the terminus of literary modernism. Continue reading THE COMBINATIONS WEEK DAY 3: THE COMBINATIONS REVIEW, PART III

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THE COMBINATIONS WEEK DAY 1: THE COMBINATIONS REVIEW, PART I

Some initial thoughts on The Combinations by Louis Armand. Continue reading THE COMBINATIONS WEEK DAY 1: THE COMBINATIONS REVIEW, PART I

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Critic’s Notebook: David Bowie and the Physiology of Taste

The Argument David Bowie’s recent death has closed a page on music history. On a more personal level, Bowie has been a constant in my life for decades. Beyond mere 80s nostalgia (Labyrinth) or 90s nostalgia (Lost Highway, Outside, and Earthling), Bowie has been instrumental to me personally as a taste-maker. He led me down strange avenues and provided the raw material for discovery and aesthetic experimentation. Embryo My fascinating with David Bowie began early. I can still remember the first Bowie album I bought, sometime in the Nineties. It was a CD of Tonight (1984), an album even Bowie … Continue reading Critic’s Notebook: David Bowie and the Physiology of Taste

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