Trevor Menear “Some Kind of Sunshine”
This year’s recap & best of list came with a few editsâ€“about 4,000+ words were cut. (Your welcome.) One major gut check was performed when my favorite record of 2010 was finally self-released (digitally) in late December by an artist I was unaware of til the late summer/early fall of 2010. | By Andy Whorehall
THE YEAR OF FOIL!By Andy Whorehall Being a professional designer by day, this is possibly the only category I’m semi-qualified to comment on- or at all. Now consider every article I’ve written and every minute you’ve wasted reading a designer’s mind. I present 2010, THE YEAR OF FOIL. | By Andy Whorehall
You’re so stinking happy that others around you, The FFFFC (The Fake Facebook Friends Forevah Club), won’t “Like” anything nice you have to say on Facebook dot com. You will try harder to defeat negativity with your shiny positivity skills but you will finally learn how to use them in absurd, obtuse ways from your favorite FFFFC member, Mr. Ray Tarte.
By Mossy Vaughn & Andrew Whorehall | 12-13-2010
The apple never falls far from the tree. | By Andy Whorehall
“Harlem River Blues” is the 2nd full length release by the young and talented son of Steve Earle. Like father, like son, Justin Townes Earle marches to well-crafted melodies and rhythm rooted in Americana music. Like his father he has a pen…
Libra, you’re likely to be feeling revitalized. Are you ready for new experiences and fresh adventures right now? No worries if you aren’t. What you’re feeling is false and your intuition is right again! Check the calendar, there’s a good chance that… | Horrorscopes: 12-06-2010 | Libra | Your flawless intuition & a field of bees.
By Mossy Vaughn & Andrew Whorehall
You know you’ve written a great holiday song if children & women sing it in unison. “For the Good Times,” written by Kris Kristofferson in 1970, is not that song. It’s devastatingly beautiful. So much so it was originally written for Ray Price who made it a hit; and then many others came knocking on double K’s door to cover it. Al Green, Johnny Cash, Bobby Bare and many many more. You’re not going to catch your little brats rummaging through their gifts under the tree humming this heartbreaker around the… | By Andy Whorehall