I’m given the impression (that grows stronger with each successive visit) that the people and places I may have once held importance with in Winona no longer have any need/interest for/in me, and as soon as my grandmothers are gone there will no longer be a reason for me to return.
Super Furry Animals “Atomik Lust” (live)
Super Furry Animals “Long Gone”
Whether it’s “Naked and Afraid” or “Buying Naked,” going about your business in your birthday suit is the hottest trend in reality TV.
Perhaps scientists should look into what percentage of our dangerously high carbon emissions come from mouth-breathers. Because there seems to be a high ratio of them.
Charlie animation from Season 1, Episode 6 of The Mighty Boosh
Digital Illustrations by Artem Rhad Cheboha
Our Quarterly boxes are now
$50$30. The next box will include a hardcover photobook of Brandon C. Long's Polaroid photography and one lucky subscriber will receive a Polaroid camera and a pack of Impossible film: quarterly.co/art
That top surfer pic = amazing!
Loch Ness Monster, as seen in season one, episode thirty of Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea; “The Secret of the Loch”.
So in three weeks I’ll be peddling art at the No Coast in St. Anthony, and I wanted to do prints of my sunflowers and pumpkin man (below).
Here’s the problem:
I am having scanner issues. I have a crappy outmoded Microtek s400. My Mac Mini is no longer even recognizing it as a scanner. I’ve re-downloaded the necessary drivers and it still isn’t working with ScanWizard 5 or VueScan. Any suggestions (aside from “Get another scanner,” etc.)?
Some new releases and reissues for you this week dear listener. We have a track from a compilation celebrating ten years of chip-dub label Jahtari, a track from the fourth volume of skwee from Swedish label Flogsta Danshall, an 80s track re-eightified by one of our talented listeners as well as tracks from two great new reissues on Australian label Dual Planet to name but a few.
disrupt, Boss Kite, Poly, Azhar Hussain, Occam’s Laser, Eric Siday, Don Harper, Walt Rockman, GOTO80
If you enjoy electronic music, library music, soundtrack stuff, or just interesting music from the fringes of the pop spectrum, I recommend this podcast. It’s gotten me through a few work days.