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Yoko Ono for Illy

Healing the broken and preserving the unbroken are the basic concepts of Yoko Ono’s new artworks for illy Art Collection, exclusively released in these days on the occasion of the artist’s exhibition… 474 more words


Lyrics Of The Day: Death Cab For Cutie 'Everything's a Ceiling'

“Way way down a hole, there’s no feeling,
Cause when you’re so far below the floor, everything’s a ceiling.
We dug it down as deep as we could just like we planned it, 39 more words


Band Catalog T.P.S. Reports, Vol. 2: Death Cab for Cutie

Initial Thoughts and Perceptions

I recently wrote about DCFC in a piece about my first concert in NYC. And, anytime I review a new album, I like to throw in a catalog rank, for perspective, and I noticed that DCFC had a very difficult catalog to rank, outside of… 3,113 more words



“Kintsugi,” the title of alternative rock band Death Cab For Cutie’s eighth album, is the Japanese art of fixing broken pottery with a gold finish. The term is also used to express the philosophy of embracing past pain as part of a personal history, rather than trying to hide it. 498 more words

Album Review

Kintsugi: scars are beautiful too

“Pictures of perfection,” writes Jane Austen in letter to Fanny Knight, “make me sick and wicked.”

Came across this amazing form of fixing broken ceramic; the Japanese ‘golden joinery’ Kintsugi, it’s about fixing what’s broken and in turn making it more beautiful.  115 more words


ALBUM REVIEW: Kintsugi- Death Cab For Cutie

Kitsungi- Death Cab For Cutie

Noah Foster


This album is a beautiful compromise for us longtime fans.  Kintsugi offers the sweetly disappointed tone of Gibbard’s work to 2015. 362 more words