Slicing Up Eyeballs, 2009-2015: It’s the end of the world as we know it (and I feel fine)

The cassettes used in the original header/logo design, as they’ve sat since the site launched. [tweetmeme]On Feb. 20, 2009, Slicing Up Eyeballs launched onto the web not with a bang but a whimper, debuting with a simple 91-word declaration and a headline cribbed from an R.E.M. song that Google Analytics now tells me was not viewed by a single person that day (which seems a bit off, since I’m fairly certain I looked at it at least once myself)….

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It’s a Good Job I Love You

Despite the indigent nature of the band’s record label, Honeyfeet’s It’s a Good Job I Love You is as rich in sound as it is full-bodied in nature. Rather than a mere sweetener, the honey of Honeyfeet comes through as a devilish chocolate sponge pudding. This, their latest album, would be accompanied well with a large glass of red on the side, complementing the intricate textures and layers of the sound. Writer:  Tim Hudson Genre: …

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