Here is some random audio mess I mixed up lately. Voskhod [26:15] Proton [25:53] Cosmos [26:35] Soyuz [27:58] All files are in MP3 format; each clocks in at just under half an hour and just around 50 MB. Actually it’s not entirely random. There is a method at work here. How best to describe this […]Read More → The Voskhod Experiment
Yesterday, when I was feeling like I wanted to die, someone named Israel Lopez was dealing with the real thing. Better known as Cachao, this Cuban dude basically invented the mambo and a few other Latin genres besides. I don’t really know that much about him, and I’ve never seen the film about him that […]Read More → Cachao No Ha Muerto
Today is the fourteenth anniversary of the premiere of the very first episode of ROX. In honor of this august yet shameful occasion, I’m posting a song by Scott Evans, fortuitously titled “Fourteen Years” (mp3, 1.5 MB) — although to be honest the title is a sheer coincidence. This was recorded live at the Neutral […]Read More → Fourteen Years
Now more than ever, it’s time to remember that the Fourth of July is International Flag-Burning Day. To celebrate, I’m posting this fantastic anthem (mp3) by New Orleans’ own Troublemakers. It is truly one of my favorite songs ever. A lot of Americans get whipped up about the notion of anyone “desecrating” the American flag. […]Read More → Happy International Flag-Burning Day
Red Cross came through and gave me accounts Now I’m at your town getting golds in my mouth I got this New Orleans bounce track off a compilation CD which was given to Xy by one of her students. I can’t ID it, and of course that’s driving me crazy. Googling the lyrics gets me […]Read More → What Is Your FEMA Number?