Getting tired of us hyping Hamburger Ears? Well too bad. Just saw a rough edit of the photos that made the cut for our all music issue and I almost pooped my pants. This baby has been groomed with a fine tooth comb and will undoubtedly bridge time and space through a wormhole of magical musical photography. Will the world at large be able to handle it? Will this photo of Annihilation Time even make cut? If you were smart, youâ€™d place an advertisement with us and get in on the epicness. You sleep, you lose.
this photo by jason roberts dobrin, did you know that jason is somewhere in mexico on an epic surf trip? while we sit here in the rain.. did you know that google has a blog search? i found this and this..
this photo by ted pushinsky, ted’s son jake helped his buddy dito make a movie, its screening right now in ny and la, check it out, it looks real good : a guide to recognizing your saints.. and if you missed the ODYSSEY show, you better go check it out today because we take it down on monday..
Fred Mcdowell was born in 1904 in the Delta and worked as a farm hand for most of his life. He’d play guitar for for fun, mostly playing juke joints, picnics and local social gatherings. He was “discovered” by Alan Lomax in the late ’50s and became an instant legend, playing sold out festivals and venues until he died 1971.