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11 blogs about Arts and media.

  1. 3:AM Magazine
    “Whatever it is, we're against it.” 🇺🇸

    How Does That Old Song Go?: Deserter’s Songs at 25
    By Richard Skinner. ‘Bands, those funny little plans, that never work quite right.’ — Mercury Rev, “Holes”, Deserter’s Songs (1998) In the mid 1990s, Jonathan Donahue was at the lowest point in his life. Sales …
    By Andrew Gallix, 1,899 words

    Feed Roughly three posts per week. Started in .

  2. #algopop
    “Studying the appearance of algorithms in popular culture and everyday life.” By Matthew Plummer-Fernández. 🇬🇧

  3. Balladeer's Blog
    “Singing the praises of things that slip through the cultural cracks.” 🇺🇸

    This weekend’s light-hearted, escapist superhero post from Balladeer’s Blog features the return of the Justice Society’s series in the 1970s. ALL STAR COMICS Vol 1 #58 (February 1976) Title: ALL STAR SUPER SQUAD Justice Society …
    By balladeer, 949 words

    Feed Roughly one post per day. Started in .

  4. cultural snow NEW
    “Author of books about Radiohead, Leonard Cohen and The Noughties, plus odds and sods for The Guardian, Mojo, Time Out, Prospect, BBC, CNN and more.” By Tim Footman.

    About French
    The Jesuit grammarian Dominic Bohours (1628-1702), quoted in Babel, by Gaston Dorren:Of all languages, French has the most natural and sleekest pronunciation. The Chinese and well-nigh all Asian peoples sing; the Germans grumble; the Spaniards …
    By Tim F, 77 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per week. Started in .

  5. DIGICULT | Digital Art, Design and Culture
    “Since 2005, Digicult is a platform that critically examines the impact of digital technologies and science on art, design, culture and contemporary society.” By Valentina Foti, et al.

    Trance at Tallin Art Hall
    In the context of Trance, Tallinn Photomonth 23’s main exhibition, the trance relates to a heightened state of watching: the kind that borders on addictive and is often mediated through screens. The presence of these …
    By Redazione Digicult, 85 words

    Feed Roughly three posts per week.

  6. Flow
    “Flow’s mission is to provide a space where scholars and the public can discuss media histories, media studies, and the changing landscape of contemporary media.” 🇺🇸

    Over*Flow: “It’s Not Steroids, It’s Testosterone!”: Deconstructing Gender and Sex in Bros (2022)Lauren Herold / Kenyon College and Nicole Erin Morse / Florida Atlantic University
    The promotional poster for Bros (2022). In recent years, a coordinated national legislative assault on transgender rights has shaped culture war political debates across the country. As queer scholars of queer media, we have experienced …
    By Lauren Herold / Kenyon College and Nicole Erin Morse / Florida Atlantic University, 1,755 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per month. Started in .

  7. Neural
    “Critical digital culture and media arts.” 🇮🇹

    Yannis Kyriakides – Amiandos
    CD – Unsounds Asbestos was used by the ancient Romans to wrap corpses before cremating them, in order to obtain thinner and whitish-looking ashes. This nugget of information is probably not widely known. What is …
    By Aurelio Cianciotta, 394 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per week. Started in .

  8. Podnews podcasting news
    “Daily news about the global podcasting and on-demand audio industry.” By James Cridland. 🇦🇺

    British Podcast Awards winners announced
    Visit for all the links, and to get our newsletter. In London, the winners of the British Podcast Awards were announced. Podnews's Sam Sethi handed the Gold award for Best News & Current Affairs …
    By Podnews LLC, 1,084 words

    Feed Roughly five posts per week. Started in .

  9. Quote Investigator® – Tracing Quotations
    “Records the investigatory work of Garson O’Toole who diligently seeks the truth about quotations. Who really said what?” 🇺🇸

    Quote Origin: We Have Not Got Any Money, So We Have Got To Think
    Winston Churchill? Ernest Rutherford? Henry Tizard? Apocryphal? Question for Quote Investigator: When access to money is restricted it becomes more difficult to accomplish tasks. Deeper and more creative thought is required to make progress. Here …
    By quoteresearch, 608 words

    Feed Roughly three posts per week. Started in .

  10. Spectre Collie
    “The Journal of Poorly-Explained Phenomena.” By Chuck Jordan. 🇺🇸

    Literacy 2023: Book 13: The Ocean at the End of the Lane
    BookThe Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman SynopsisA man returns to his childhood home and feels compelled to visit the farmhouse at the end of his street. While there, he remembers …
    By Chuck, 343 words

    Feed Roughly one post per week. Started in .

  11. We Are the Mutants
    “An online magazine focusing on Cold War-era sci-fi, fantasy, genre, pulp, cult, occult, and anti-establishment media.”

    RAD, MAD & BAD: The Analog Rebellion of Craig Baldwin and Other Cinema
    Andy Prisbylla / June 16, 2023 Other Cinema Peace Sign Flyer. Source: SF Cinematheque Digital Archives In our current technocratic society, it’s incredibly rare to meet someone who is genuinely free. The erosion of the …
    By Andy Prisbylla, 1,700 words

    Feed Roughly six posts per year.