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Too Many Notes

  • Highlighting young avant-garde composers and challenging the taste biases of classical music’s curmudgeonly cultural elite.

  • Fat ladies singing? Modern opera and its discontents.

  • An Outsider’s Exploration of Modern Classical

These Are A Few Of My Favorite Things

  • The High Llamas’ Sean O’Hagan shares a few of his favorite things in life.

  • Hospital Ships’ Jordan Geiger shares a few of his favorite things in life.

  • The Black Swans’ Jerry DeCicca shares some of his favorite things from his hometown of Columbus, Ohio.

  • Eddie Argos of Art Brut shares a few of his favorite, er, “favourite” things in life.

  • Young Widows’ Evan Patterson discusses a few of his favorite things in life.

  • Damon Krukowski of Damon & Naomi discusses his 10 favorite tracks sung by male vocalists.

  • Maritime discuss a few of their favorite things in life.

  • Quintron discusses a few of his favorite things in life.

  • Cursive and The Good Life frontman Tim Kasher shares a few of his favorite things in life.

  • James Jackson Toth (aka Wooden Wand) discusses a few of his favorite things in life.

The Illegitimist

  • Jimmy Woods
  • For every revered masterpiece there are dusty shelves full of iconoclastic jazz records like Jimmy Woods’ Conflict.

The Kids Are Alright

  • The Savage Nomads
  • The Savage Nomads are a mash-up of every notable genre to emerge from London in the last 35 years.

  • Spark
  • To say Spark’s career has started with a bang is an understatement.

  • Egyptian Hip Hop
  • Reinforcing the old punk adage that musical ability need never hamper creativity, everyone in Britain is talking about Egyptian Hip Hop.

The Punch Line

  • The latest entry of our comedy column, The Punch Line.



  • Rob Browning returns for the second entry of our comedy column, The Punch Line.



  • In this inaugural column, Rob Browning explores how 2010 was a good year for indie comedy fans.