The Weekly Town Crier

June 7, 2013 at 6:43 am

imagesHere we are again. The Weekly Town Crier again. Links again. Browse again.

Be my Facebook friend. It’s not real until it’s on Facebook.

Follow my Twitterings.

Browse the music I’ve been listening to.

Stay tuned to the Habañero Collective events page for house show upcomings or check out out new concert-only website, Habañero Shows.

Take a Tumbl with me.

Check out Shawn Skinner’s new video for his song “Mainstay.”

Listen to Wu Tang Clan‘s new track.

I guess Sting thinks people still listen to him, because he just put out a new album.

Read about Jack White donating to save a Masonic Temple.

Download B-sides from BiFrost Arts.

Learn about what actually happens to your brain when you practice something.

Read about the downside to Facebook.

Read about the video game (loosely) based on Joy Division‘s “Love Will Tear Us Apart.”

Read about the Scripps’ Spelling Bee Arrested Development allusion.

Watch The Cure’s out-of-print 1987 concert film “The Cure in Orange.”

Read about U2 wrapping up their new album.

Read about the debut of Wilexico.

Read about Beck’s plans to release two new albums.

Read Barna’s piece: “The Books Americans Are Reading—And What that Reveals About Us.”

Read about Over the Rhine’s new double album.

Read as Skye Jethani considers the marginalization of Christians in the public square and asks: “Is It Persecution or Just Politics?”

Watch the powerful short “The Coffinmaker.”

Read this piece considering: “The Spiritual Formation of Things Not Going Our Way.”

Read about new music from Nine In Nails.

Browse Stereogum’s “beginners’ guide to funk overlord James Brown.”

Read this interview with Alan Moore.

Browse FlavorWire’s picks for the 20 best albums you can download for free.

Browse USA Today’s  picks for summer books.

See Emily Dickinson‘s dried flowers.

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