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Dispatches for Luna & Max (#03)

From the poem “what was said at the bus stop” by Danez Smith. The poem is in their most recent book. The book’s cover says the book is calledĀ Homie and the book’s “note on the title” is one the most satisfying revelations I’ve encountered. I don’t think I sat as fully in the wondering of […]

Dispatches for Luna & Max (#02)

The vamping/harmonizing warm-up for the first 20 seconds. The finger point to the recording when the piano comes in at 0:21, like she’s Timbaland introducing the world to Dirt Off Your Shoulders. The anticipatory breath at 1:06 before jumping into the song. When the make-up artist tries to join along by dancing at 1:38. Would […]

Dispatches for Luna & Max (#01)

(fromĀ Until the End of the World) To get back to posting around here somewhat regularly, I’m planning to tag occasional media–sounds, snippets, images, gestures–to revisit when Luna and Max get (a little) older. As an opening, this still from Wim Wenders’ film feels like an appropriate, meta reflection on memory, media, and meaning. If you’ve […]