The first half of Jurgen Klinsmann’s debut last night as U.S. National Soccer coach was pretty boring. The old guard did just enough to stop Mexico from running away with it. When Klinsman sent in the new blood after the break, their creativity and energy put Mexico on the defense for the whole back half.
Consider this new design our second half. Chris Krycho scored two big goals: vastly improving on our old digs, and giving us a sweet mobile version. If you’re in the market for a creative and energetic striker/designer, I’d point you his direction.
With our new design comes a new Twitter account, which will feature my thoughts instead of an indie music newsfeed. Since Facebook
mercilessly and without warning destroyed archived our old Facebook page, we have a new one of those too.
In other music-related news, my latest production effort came out Tuesday. “Nightingale” by The Duke of Norfolk inserts little electronic flourishes into his emotional alt-folk, and I think it sounds great. [Editor’s note: This EP is no longer available, but some of its songs are collected on this album.]
Expect an odds and ends post tomorrow, and then a return to CD reviews on Saturday. Here’s to future hat tricks.