Living in New York lately has involved plenty of encounters with things that loom: by which I mean the weather we’ve had for the past few weeks. Even more specifically, precipitation, along with massive waves of cold. Maybe it’s time to listen to some music that taps into that deeply elemental sensibility we’re becoming increasingly familiar with. Thus: Glenn Branca. The Free Music Archive has his excellent 2011 set from the Primavera Sound Festival, and it’s ideal music for today. […]
Afternoon Bites: Norman Lock, “Inside Llewyn Davis” Reviewed, Glenn Branca Reissued, Kate Zambreno & S. D. Chrostowska, and More
This afternoon: an early Glenn Branca album gets the deluxe reissue treatment, new fiction from Norman Lock, the stories that terrified you as a child are coming to the screen (kind of), a new T. Cooper essay, and much more.