Ideologic

Ideologic

Stephen O’Malley

JACK ROSE live 06

Posted: Dec 26, 2005

1/27-phila, the khyber w/pearls and brass
1/28-baltimore, the talking head w/pearls and brass

JACK ROSE / CHRIS CORSANO
UK TOUR0-2/9-2/23

9th THURS LONDON, Luminaire
11th SAT NOTTINGHAM, Bunkers Hill
12th SUN CAMBRIDGE, The Portland Arms
13th MON -tbc
14th TUES CARDIFF, The Buffalo Bar
15th WED BRISTOL, The Cube Cinema
16th THURS COVENTRY, Tin Angel
17th FRI manchester - TBC
18th SAT NEWCASTLE, Modern Tower,
19th SUN-tbc
20th Mon GLASGOW, Volcanic Tongue in-store with Keenan at 1pm EDINBURGH Henry's Ce...

Devolution/Evolution

Posted: Dec 24, 2005

Devolution/Evolution: Stephen O'Malley interviews Dylan Carlson.

Last August I was invited by the american metal magazine, Decibel, to interview Dylan Carlson for a regular feature they run called "Under The Influence". The idea of the feature is basically musicians interviewing their main inspirators from the prior time, or something. Although this could be a bit silly and demeaning, Dylan and I have become friendly over the past few years and we both thought it would be a fun opportunity to...

SUNN vs NY TIMES

Posted: Dec 21, 2005

SUNN vs NY TIMES

Rock Review | Sunn0)))
Measuring Sound and Time on a Geological Scale

By JON PARELES
Published: December 20, 2005

Imagine, for a moment, how an insect might perceive human music. Measured against its shorter lifespan, the time taken for a human-scale melody could seem hugely prolonged. Measured against the tiny sensors it uses to hear, the wavelengths could seem deep, gargantuan, body-shaking. A human listener could experience the same sensations hearing Sunn0))) when it performed at Northsix on ...

SUNN vs FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH

Posted: Dec 17, 2005

SUNN vs FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH

Pic by Sean Agnew/R5. Thanks to Christine and Sean for making an amazing event!! Hail to Jack Rose and Growing for performing. Apologies for the post-gig madness as well.

SUNN vs PITCHFORK

Posted: Dec 14, 2005

Sunn 0)))
Black One
[Southern Lord]
Rating: 8.9

People fixate, but there's more to Sunn 0))) than robes and the Earth and AMP-derived name. Not only does the band's dark, heavy, theatrically composed sixth album, Black One, transcend the duo's previous material, overall it's one of the strongest records of the past year: Greg Anderson and Stephen O'Malley have unleashed a doom'n'gloom masterpiece.

Ultra cinematic and nearly matching Sunn 0)))'s live power, Black One's seven tracks will even please...

SUNN vs NORTHEAST this weekend

Posted: Dec 14, 2005

Just in time for 8°F weather:

SUNN O))) blæcsolstis05
December
16th First Unitarian Church Philadelphia, PA w/ Jack Rose & Growing
17th Ottobar Baltimore, MD w/ Nachtmystium & The Hidden Hand
18th North Six Brooklyn, NYC w/ Nachtmystium & Growing
19th The Middle East Boston w/ Nachtmystium
20th American Legion Hall Wallingford, CT w/ Nachtmystium & Sickness
21st Knitting Factory NYC w/ Nachtmystium & Queens

(lineup: SOMA, ANDERSON, NIEUWENHUIZEN, MALEFIC, with Herr Dunn on the desk, Kaos pad & pyrofo...

Insanity

Posted: Dec 12, 2005

Insanity

This is definitely the highest price I have seen on a Model T. If anyone out there is paying $1300 for Model Ts I may be able to help them find a way to satisfy their needs.

MIND-MELD

Posted: Dec 12, 2005

MIND-MELD
MIND-MELD
MIND-MELD

SELDON HUNT meets DENNIS TYFUS

www.seldonhunt.com
www.dennistyfus.tk

Go there and buy things.

RIP DICK

Posted: Dec 11, 2005

RIP DICK

RICHARD PRYOR R.I.P.

Comedian Richard Pryor dies at 65
By Steve Jones, USA TODAY

Richard Pryor — who died Saturday of a heart attack at age 65 — changed the very definition of funny.

By confronting racial differences and lampooning social mores while giving voice to people (such as himself) who grew up and lived in the margins of society, he forever altered the face of mainstream comedy. (Photos: Remembering Pryor)

Once the profane, edgy, manic Pryor bogarted his way into what had once been the pr...

SUNN vs GUITAR WORLD

Posted: Dec 9, 2005

SUNN vs GUITAR WORLD
SUNN vs GUITAR WORLD

From the upcoming issue later this month.

Amazing photo work by Brian Gaberman.

Thanks to Jimmy Hubbard for making this seemingly strange piece happen.