• Dec 23 2011

    Project Rhythm Seed’s Best Of 2011

    By Lukas Clark-Memler

    Introduction
    Another year has ended; another list has been compiled. Often I get this feeling that in 100 years, all that will remain of today’s pop culture will be a number of well-thought-out lists. While many critics are driven to paroxysms at the thought of another year-end list, the fact is that they are essential to annual retrospective analysis. There is a feeling of security and consistency in ‘Best Of’ lists; inasmuch as one can feel safe in the presence of a numerically-ordered selection of things. But in truth, the rapid acceleration of technology and the advent of social media has completely changed the way humans organize their internal thoughts. We no longer think in prose, or even full sentences; we think in lists.


    Sep 16 2011

    Free Music Friday – Mixtape Curated By Portishead and ATP

    Welcome to another edition of Project Rhythm Seed’s “Free Music Friday“. Today we are pleased to provide you with a mixtape of some great new acts like Cults, Neutral Milk Hotel and DJ Peanut Butter Wolf. From September 30 to October 2 2011 in Asbury Park, New Jersey, All Tomorrow’s Parties will present the first I’ll Be Your Mirror USA event, which will be curated by the mercurial Portishead (who headline the Saturday and Sunday) and ATP.


    Sep 6 2011

    Los Angeles Rocks Out at FYF Fest

    Story and Photos By J. Brown

    FYF Fest once again returned to the Los Angeles State Historic Park in downtown Los Angeles over Labor Day weekend, and despite the blistering summer heat, the extensive lineup of bands attracted a huge turnout of around 20,000 music lovers who were ready to celebrate a day of indie, punk, and electronic rock. The event started at noon, so shortly thereafter we parked and followed the trail of concert-goers (and hipsters) as they made their way through the traffic-packed streets of Chinatown. The skyline of downtown Los Angeles served as a perfect backdrop, especially when the nighttime air brought cool relief from the sun, as the city’s bright lights shined in the distance.