"Teacup Piper (Boombox) / Supra NagamigiEmon Kiln”

70 mm × H82 mm / Wooden Box

"I am responsible for the boombox motif NagamigiEmon kiln has been painting in ‘60 to "whistling". "

Reblogged from workman

Look Alive Announces New EP ‘Translucent’

Reveals Album Art, Tracklist And Release Date Of 10/21/2014

look alive sept 2014

Atlanta punks Look Alive have announced details for their upcoming EP “Translucent” which will be released on October 21 via Autumn + Colour.

See album art and track listing below.

Humanity has always been completely dependent on change, yet so thoroughly averse to it. This phenomenon is mirrored wherever man chooses to expend his time and energy. Music is no exception, and Look Alive have spent the last year in titanic struggle, laboring to evolve and produce a new EP that is simultaneously both new but old, aggressive but focused, clear but turbid. Their aim is true and their pathway clear, but they’re far from through. They are Translucent.”

look alive translucent cover


01. Putting The “I” In Isolation

02. Underrated

03. Regrets Taste A Lot Like Hard Liquor

04. The Bad Conversationalist



Autumn + Colour

Eric Clapton’s ‘Pilgrim’ Album To Be Release on Limited Numbered Edition Hybrid SACD

“An Inspiring Masterpiece From The Guitar God - an essential to the Clapton library!”
Adding to the series of Eric Clapton reissues, Marshall Blonstein’s Audio Fidelity will be releasing Clapton’s 1998 album ‘Pilgrim’ on Limited Numbered Edition Hybrid SACD! From the song titles “River of Tears,” “Broken Hearted,” “Going Down Slow,” “Sick and Tired” on down, ‘Pilgrim’ is the musical journal of an artist who has wandered into some dark places and come back the wiser for his troubles. 1998’s ‘Pilgrim’ is the 13th studio album by Eric Clapton, it was his first album of original material since 1989’s ‘Journeyman’ (also recently reissued on Hybrid SACD by Audio Fidelity).
The album is an intriguing musical tableau that experiments with drum machines and synthesized dashes of electronica and an inventive use of strings, performed by the London Session Orchestra, reminiscent of old-school R&B. There is wonderful, graceful guitar work throughout ‘Pilgrim’, Clapton provides some great hooks and emotional melodies. The best songs on this eloquent album of orchestrated blues meditations express a choked-up grief and despair. The songwriting is the standout feature of this album. Clapton wrote in his autobiography that he wanted to make the “saddest album.” He wrote or co-wrote every song except “Born in Time,” an overlooked Bob Dylan tune, and “Going Down Slow,” a classic blues written by St. Louis Jimmy. In two songs, “My Father’s Eyes” and “Circus,” Clapton alludes to the tragic death of his 4-year-old son. The songs are very moving with more complicated melodies and in depth lyrics. Clapton’s emphasis is placed on the entire arrangement instead of being built around a jam session.
Eric’s voice has never sounded better, his singing is raw and passionate, much of the music is informed by smooth R&B textures. On the album’s sizzling title track, he evokes some of the soulful eloquence of the great Curtis Mayfield. Clapton’s vocals are among the most convincing of his career. ‘Pilgrim’ is an atmospheric album whose mood is mostly melancholy. Unbearable loss and yearning are the central themes of ‘Pilgrim’, and with its heartbeat bass lines, melodic, meditative guitar figures and heartbreaking lyrics, it offers moments of pure beauty.
“…another evolutionary step from an always rebellious and ever-changing artist.”
The album produced multi-platinum sales and appeared on the year-end Top 100 lists of countries all around the world.
1. My Father’s Eyes
2. River of Tears
3. Pilgrim
4. Broken Hearted
5. One Chance
6. Circus
7. Going Down Slow
8. Fall Like Rain
9. Born in Time
10. Sick and Tired
11. Needs His Woman
12. She’s Gone
13. You Were There
14. Inside of Me
Mastered by Steve Hoffman at Marsh Mastering
For more information: http://www.audiofidelity.net/