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Ken Richardson  |  Mar 31, 2011  |  0 comments


(Photo by David M. Bennett)

Couldn't resist sharing this photo with everyone.

It's Thom indeed, hawking The Universal Sigh in England.

Ken Richardson  |  Mar 29, 2011  |  0 comments


Behold this mighty box indeed. (Click on image for larger view.)

It's a Limited Edition Gift Set of 100,000 copies, and here's what you get:

Ken Richardson  |  Mar 27, 2011  |  0 comments

The iPad is cool for a lot of things, but does it work for music? Various opinions came from the SXSW Music Festival, and together they're an interesting follow-up to Michael Berk's earlier post here on the concept of the iPad Album.

Ken Richardson  |  Mar 25, 2011  |  0 comments

Back in NYC - after 9 days and nights of SXSW Music, Film, and Interactive in Austin, Texas - I finally have time to mull over the 21 acts I managed to see during the music portion of the festival.

That perfect 21 might suggest that I had a lucky hand at SXSW this year. But as is the case every year, I heard much that was good and some that was . . . not.

Ken Richardson  |  Mar 19, 2011  |  0 comments

In her latest film, director/co-star Jodie Foster has Mel Gibson speaking almost exclusively in a Cockney accent - the "voice" of a beaver puppet.

Is this the recipe for a train wreck?

Ken Richardson  |  Mar 19, 2011  |  0 comments

Seth_priebatschMOG has indeed announced that it will be the first music-streamin

Ken Richardson  |  Mar 17, 2011  |  0 comments


Maybe not exactly ever, but it sure seemed that way. After all, unlike recent "keynotes" at the SXSW Music Festival - which have tended to be mere Q&As with an onstage interviewer - Bob Geldof's talk this morning was an actual keynote speech. And an enthralling one at that.

Ken Richardson  |  Mar 15, 2011  |  0 comments

Why does Jake Gyllenhaal suddenly find himself on a commuter train headed to Chicago? And why is Michelle Monaghan so interested in him?

Ken Richardson  |  Mar 03, 2011  |  0 comments
Ape House
Music ••••½ Sound ••••

Funny thing about this 1986 album: Despite its Pepper-y production by Todd Rundgren, it has always sounded . . . what, exactly? Thin?