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Moonface is yet another brainchild of the prolific Spencer Krug. One half of indie stalwarts Wolf Parade, driving force behind Sunset Rubdown, and one third of Canadian “supergroup” Swan Lake, Krug has a seemingly endless creative well from which to draw. Dreamland EP: marimba and shit-drums, his first release under the Moonface moniker, adds yet another fascinating piece to his legacy.
This cryptic project, quietly released through a dedicated website in January of 2010, is comprised of one sprawling, 20 minute track, consisting soley of Krug’s vocals and, yes, marimba and “shit-drums” (so-called because of their fidelity). Appropriately, the lyrics to the song are surreal and dreamlike, conjuring images of specters passing through walls and guitars made of glass.
Here it is. The September issue of Handshake magazine. So much to read. So much to do.
Cory Doctorow. Bionics. Legos. Puzzles. Missions. Accordions. Finding love in the age of the Internet.
There’s molecular gastronomy and the power of cow poop (unrelated). We suggest our five favorite violent video games for the Supreme Court to play.
We teach you how to fall out of a plane, run a ponzi scheme, and fight a bear.
There’s a list of 25 ladies you’ll love. A Handshake writer reports on the Pai Gow scene from a Connecticut casino. An Alex Petrowsky original comic makes its debut.
Beat music. Hickory golfers. Cameras reviewed. More. More. More.
Wait, why are you reading this list? Just read the magazine, it’s right here:
Good reading and good luck, Agents.
Image via Cramit on Flickr, Illustration via Michelle Bernard
With an Android phone, you don’t really need an mp3 player. Many Android-powered phones come with music apps that let you download and play music directly on your phone.
If you’re a music lover and are looking for legal ways to rock out to some of your favorite music, here’s a list of the top five music apps you should know about if you don’t already.