It’s Friday, and I am back to work…
We have a shuffle from our Featured Artists for June. I hope you enjoy:
First up is the lovely and whimsical Theme from “Everytown” from the Whirling Dervish E.P. by Elephant Goes West. I can’t say for sure, but I suspect that “Everytown” is located in the general vicinity of Tangle Town.
http://bandcamp.com/EmbeddedPlayer/v=2/album=4121733150/size=grande3/bgcol=FFFFFF/linkcol=4285BB/ Next up we have a track from Nashville-based Punk Rockers, Dogs of Oz. To the Bone is the final track off the Pistols and Radio Signals E.P., we’ve featured the video before, but it’s worth repeating.
Finally, we have That Song , yes, I mean, That Song, which is from Killing Kuddles from his Waking Up Older E.P. – I love this song, and I think you will, too.
I couldn’t find a video for That Song, but you can listen to the track using the bandcamp widget above. Meanwhile we have a video for another Killing Kuddles song.
|Welcome to Everytown: A Journey Into the English Mind
What do the English think? Every country has a dominant set of beliefs and attitudes concerning everything from how to live a good life, how we should organize society, and the roles of the sexes. Yet despite many attempts to define their national character, what might be called England’s national philosophy has remained largely unexamined–until now. Philosopher Julian Baggini pinpointed an area on the outskirts of Rotherham as England in microcosm–an area which reflected most accurately the full range of the nation’s inhabitants, its most typical mix of urban and rural, old and young, married and single. He then spent six months living there, immersing himself in this typical English Everytown, in order to get to know the mind of a people. It sees the world as full of patterns and order, a view manifest in its enjoyment of gambling. It has a functional, puritanical streak, evident in its notoriously bad cuisine. In the English mind, men should be men and women should be women (but it’s not sure what children should be). Baggini’s account of the English is both a portrait of its people and a personal story about being an alien in your own land. Sympathetic but critical, serious yet witty, “Welcome to Everytown” shows a country in which the familiar becomes strange, and the strange familiar.
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