Tuesday, January 6, 2009

More scrapbooking


A few weeks ago I posted some old pieces that I had dug up among the yellowing stacks deep in my closet. These were from 1998 and 1999, when I began writing for New York Press. (I continued until 2002.) I made the mistake of re-burying most of those clips before making scans, and it may take me another 10 years to dig them out again.

But for the time being I’ve got another small pile of digital newsprint for you, Dear Reader. And there is some good stuff in here.

From 1998:

From 1999:

Favorite quote, from the Flux Quartet review:

“Is this what music is really all about — sitting by yourself in silence, watching other people move their bodies? Then I would think about sex and food. Over and over again. So is this what it’s all about? Sitting by myself watching somebody make music while I dream about sex and food?”

More to come, maybe.

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