I’m a person who likes traditions, and so I am again writing the intro to Philzz Jop on Christmas Day. But, unlike last year, I’m not going to shout out every participant. Rather, I’m just gonna thank a few special …
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Component is a section of Aux.Out. for one-off pieces, special editorials, and lost orphans of the music discussion. Today, Hilary Saunders connects the passions of Andy Revkin, journalist for The New York Times and musician, through his gift as a …
“I think history has proven that music may have the ultimate power to influence change of all kinds.”
Its eight o’clock on a Monday morning, and Im stuck in Miamis stubborn gridlock. I drift about a car-length between Belle & Sebastians Piazza, New York Catcher and M83s Don’t Save Us from the Flames and abruptly brake again as the radio starts to spit out the days headlines: Israelis and Palestinians begin peace talks for the first time in three years.
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