I love Jay like a play cousin, but sometimes I think he’s wrong. Today we reject melody and/or give the bassist some.
My day job has dominated my past couple of weekends, leaving you to suffer with less time wasting material on your Monday. I truly apologize. But, Wheeler Dealers fixing an E39 M5!1 One of my all time favorite cars of all time. ↩
This week Might Car Mods went to Japan to drift a Kei car!
When stuff like this comes out, I sometimes feel overwhelmed. In one case, we have the launch of Meris, which gives you a few bullet points about the product and chances are the target customer knows it’s for them. On the other hand, EHX gives a ton of info, and we’re left sorting through it […]
If you didn’t see it, here’s part 1. every morning he got up, dreading each moment he had to be awake… Anytime an album kicks off with a line like that, you’re definitely not in for an enjoyable ride.
This week a lot of live stuff showed up for me. Also, Phil Anselmo cooking.
I came across Andy Othling’s YouTube channel while looking for ambient and looping guitarists. I was looking for something more, metal-y, so I kind of let it slide for a few minutes, but then I started paying attention. Andy’s deal is making big, ambient soundscapes by plugging a parts(Tele)caster into a floorboard the size […]
There are some albums that are full of incredible music, but create intense mental anguish for the listener. Sometimes it’s because the music is really complicated. Other times, it’s very experimental or unconventional. And other times it’s so damn depressing that you’ll turn them off in favor of a Requiem for a Dream marathon. I’ve […]
So, Denver got spanked, right? Also, the snowpocalypse shut down my town. So it was an interesting week…
Fender is seemingly following Gibson’s lead by trying to make their guitars a little more high tech1. Now they’re rolling out things like personality cards, solderless electronics, Fishman® TriplePlay systems, and iOS connectivity. Check the full press release here – and a video from MMR after the jump. High tech relative to what they normally make ↩