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Author Archives: James Greer
James Greer played bass — somehow — on the classic track from the Guided By Voices album “Alien Lanes.” Continue reading
Or, eighteen of the things James Greer learned while watching Capital One’s Bowl Week on ESPN over the holidays.
James Greer’s brief history of time, and the instruments that measure it.
James Greer glimpses the future at the Media Lab at MIT…and lives to tell the tale.
In which James Greer, then a music writer at SPIN, moves in mysterious ways.
The soul, life after death, out-of-body experiences, reincarnation: modern science proves it’s all bunk…or does it? James Greer investigates some eternal questions.
Is Taylor Swift being taken too seriously, or are certain music writers just sexist? James Greer investigates.