Sunday, September 23, 2007

Outsideleft: Cross-terranean Post-postmodern Tone-Sick Blues Part 1 - Devendra Banhart

I think we have been postmodern long enough that we are post-postmodern. Not has everything already been done, but its all been redone and refitted into the Moebius strip timeline at such an alarming rate, we might have passed ourselves up, flipping us off from the passenger side window. Devendra Banhart and Akron/Family are groups I consider at the forefront of this post-postmodernism, working square pegs of obvious, defiant anachronism into the round holes of Now. Read more...

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