That’s some class clowning. While street performing in Paris, Avner Eisenberg (aka Avner the Eccentric) was once arrested for buffoonery in public.
Space surf funk jazz mixed with world music = Khruangbin.
The name is Thai for “aeroplane,” and they make their recordings in a barn in Burton, Texas (pop. 300). There’s more about them here than on their cool website.
Formed in 2004, L.A.’s Raskahuele Estridente is sort of a latino version of Fishbone, and I like their style. Their song topics include socio-political / immigration issues mixed in with fun stuff.
Enjoy the rest of the weekend, fight for the leftovers, and we’ll see you back here tomorrow.
From Lustige Blätter 1919.
Funny papers was the title of a German-language satire magazine. After a brief start-up phase in Hamburg, the magazine was published as a weekly newspaper from 1886 to 1944 in Berlin. It was founded and published by the writer Alexander Moszkowski.
[Image found here. Note that there is no Wikipedia entry for Lustige Blätter in English.]
Lotta great talent on Worth1000, but not as great as Watterson’s Calvin and Hobbes.
[Image from here. Crossposted here, and no, I’m not ashamed.]
I don’t understand it either, but it has something to do with Spiderman and the election results.
[Image from here.]
[With Apologies to Jeff & Bil Keane.]