was recently introduced to new york-based, south korean experimental cellist and composer okkyung lee by a friend and can't get enough. she came out with a new album (above) earlier this summer, and we've also been listening to this amazing playlist she put together of 70s and 80s korean pop.
aside from the cut out in the platform symbolizing this time of literal limbo, personally and globally, our new limbo styles have a late 60s and 70s influence. it's the name of a vintage store credited to having started new york's vintage shopping scene on st. marks when it opened in 1965. some good history of it here and here! wish we were around back then to have experienced and shopped it (the st. marks of yore). the sign was left behind after the store closed down, which of course is now long gone and has been replaced with yet another poorly designed apartment building.
love these twins' unbiased reactions to what many consider compulsory "must-listen-to" music throughout history. it's the purest thing that makes us listen to songs like "In the Air Tonight" (and phil's epic drum solo drop) with fresh ears.