Category Archives: Best Of 2015

A Soaring Pray For Freedom: Warren Ellis – Mustang

In the Jewish Hagada, the book that the family reads together near the dinner table at Passover, they tell the story of the Jewish people in their long journey from their slavery time in Egypt, towards the land of Israel,  where … Continue reading

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Looking Forward: On Rafael Anton Irisarri’s New Fragile Geography

I always think of the place where I live as a geographical challenge. It’s a challenge because of its fragility. In our perspective of separate self, it’s very easy to think that our own reality is the harshest, that’s why … Continue reading

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The Voice Of An Eagle, a Wolf, and Spirit: Robbie Basho’s Rainbow Thunder

Another Robbie Basho album is now reissued by Kyle Fosburgh​ through his Grass-Tops Recording​ label. Each time a Basho album is being reissued, humanity improves slightly at present time, but gets the chance of a bigger progress in the future. … Continue reading

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