Jeff Koons with master distiller Booker Noe, filling the components of Jim Beam—J. B. Turner Train (1986) with bourbon at the Jim Beam Distillery in Clermont, Kentucky, 1986.
Setlist from the first FREEMAN show…dig it.
The follow-up to 2012’s Busting Visions was self recorded and produced by the band at their own Ill Eagle Studios. According to a press release, the 11-track effort was “written after a lengthy tour that concluded at a crossroads, with the band feeling frayed and uncertain about their future. Bowed but not broken, Zeus pushed their craft, embraced a hunger for exploration, and produced a testament to their own resilience.”
The last decade has seen a marked softening in Blonde Redhead’s sound, to the point where the quietest moments on Barragán don’t sound like songs so much as vapors infused with tunes.
What started as a Twitter joke has turned into the latest viral fundraising trend.
“It’s so not-shameful, in fact, that you can be the kind of regular ol’ human being who eats a taco or drinks a beer and funds abortion.”
Do it! I donated to the Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the only abortion clinic open in the state of Mississippi. I thank Andrea Grimes for inspiring me! Start the conversation towards eliminating the shame and stigma associated with this topic.
from his new album Popular Problems out this September 2014
pretty darn awesome
Took the #tacoorbeerchallenge and cracked open a cold one while donating to Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the only abortion clinic open in the state of Mississippi. Thanks to Andrea Grimes for inspiring me!