The making of Come and Get It, the last Beatles album that never was… A two-part series of the special kind of lunacy that sets in with avid mix tape/CD makers. What if the Beatles had made one more album? What would it sound like?
Mix Tape for a Dead Girl.
One Hundred Thousand According to our handy little counter, Glorious Noise has had 100,000 unique visits. Every statistics application defines these things differently, but regardless, that’s a shitload of people. So thanks, everybody. We appreciate your support. As a token of our appreciation, we’re giving all our readers a new cd. Well, sort of. As … Continue reading Free Glorious Noise Compilation CD!
70s AOR – Still Creepy After All These Years Johnny Loftus Lately, it’s been the 70s Creep-Out Mix that’s been blowing up the hi-fi around the Glorious Noise HQ. A home-made compilation long thought to be lost to movers, car crashes, or simple human error, the 70s Creep-Out Mix was recently unearthed by its maker, … Continue reading DON’T TELL YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT THE TWO OF US
Making mixes for people is a grossly underrated medium of expression. I know people who have put more thought into compiling a mix tape than they put in almost anything else they have ever done. My poor wife has gotten more mix tapes than love letters by a ratio of about 30:1. That’s not an … Continue reading The Art of the Mix