The Streetlamp Doesn't Cast Her Shadow Anymore - No.26

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Abr 25 2012, 8h31

Here's the latest update from The Streetlamp Doesn't Cast Her Shadow Anymore music blog:

Gordon traces the career of Björk, from Crass records obscurity to world reknown. Read the article here.

Griff laments the loss of short-lived, riot grrrl band Stereowoolf. Read the article here.

Gordon writes the first installment in his series of articles chronicling the career of maverick musical genius Momus. Read the article here.

Griff follows up Gordon's Momus piece with an article on one-time Momus collaborator, and fascinating artist in her own right, Anne Laplantine. Read the article here.

Griff writes a tribute to feminist poet and essayist Adrienne Rich, following her recent death. Read the article here.

Gordon provides an elaborate hoax for April 1st with his invention of Give Daddy The Knife, Cindy! Read the article here.

Griff examines The John Holmes Prick Parade, an exhibition by artist Emily Moran Barwick. Read the article here.

Ray discusses the bystander effect, the lonesome death of Kitty Genovese and the music of Phil Ochs. Read the article here.

In the first of a two-part article examining his life in the 1990s, Gordon tells us of the personal meaning in the songs of Scott 4. Read the article here.

Griff enthuses over the classic, 60s inspired, girl/boy indiepop of Chalk and Numbers. Read the article here.

The Streetlamp celebrates its second Birthday. Happy Birthday to us! Read the article here.

In the second part of his article examining his life in the 1990s, Gordon reminisces over the music of Pernice Brothers. Read the article here.

Hope there's something among that lot that appeals.

As always, feedback or tips on any new music we've missed is appreciated.

Griff/sighrens

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