““Night Terrors In Titan” sounds like it is being sung by three David Bowies meeting each other in a Berlin back room, “Dial “M” for Mother” like another Bowie muscling his way into an Eno-Cluster session.” At Dusted, Bill Meyer looks at the second album from Singer, a band whose lineup includes former members of U.S. Maple and 90 Day Men.
- “Ross sidesteps the frustrating vagueness that often defines short stories in the absence of a traditional narrative structure…” At The Portland Mercury, Alison Hallett reviews Adam Ross’s collection Ladies and Gentlemen.
- This week, Pitchfork compiled a list of their favorite books about music. Noting that the authors on said list were overwhelmingly male, Tom Hawking assembled a list in response for Flavorwire.
- “Book publishing doesn’t work with top down advertising. It’s always done its best when one person says to another person: “You should read this book.”” -Richard Nash, interviewed at Socialistic.