Sometimes I just don’t know, man. I mean it all just seems like so much already, doesn’t it? I know that it weighs you down. I know it can feel like a beatdown. Some days it feels like the clouds will never lift.
Visit our family blog: “The Thomas Ten.”
Browse Large Hearted Boy‘s list of “100 Online Sources for Free and Legal Music Downloads.”
Listen to a mix of some of my favorite songs released in 2015.
Browse my 42 favorite albums of the year.
- Read FACT Magazine‘s report that Bowie is being honored with a constellation.
- Read as Noisey considers Bowie’s influence on Hip Hop.
- Read Billboard‘s report that Blackstar is Bowie’s first Number one album.
- Watch Fred Armisen pay tribute to David Bowie on Saturday Night Live.
- Read Consequence of Sound‘s report that a Labyrinth reboot is in the works.
Read as Brain Pickings considers “The Psychology of What Makes a Great Story”.
Read reports that “Target Will Soon Let You Drink Alcohol While You Shop”.
Read one music fan’s account of why they protested a Viet Cong concert over the band’s name.
Read as The Atlantic considers “How Sleep Deprivation Decays the Mind and Body”.
See photographs of early Apple prototypes.
Read as Ars Technica spent one week with Apples CarPlay.
Read Newsweek‘s report that Elon Musk’s “hyperloop” could be ready by 2018.
Read as The Atlantic considers “The Racially Fraught History of the American Beard”.
Read as The Daily Beast wonders “Can Whiskey Cure Your Common Cold?”
Read this report that half of all money spent on music in 2015 went to live concerts.
Read as Salon argues: We spend more time and money on parenting than ever — but we are getting worse”.
Browse the list for the 2016 Penderyn Music Book Prize.
Read Smithsonian‘s report: “The Odds in a Coin Flip Aren’t Quite 50/50”.
Read PRI‘s report: “Your paper brain and your Kindle brain aren’t the same thing”.
Read “Relevant”‘s piece: “Why the Church Should Support #BlackLivesMatter”.
Read as the New York Times considers “The Eight-Second Attention Span”.
Read as SciTechNow wonders if there really is such a thing as Introversion.