One of the our most prolific and captivating authors, Neil Gaiman is also one of the nicest people on Earth. I know this firsthand from interviewing him, but now you can find out for yourself, when director Patrick Meaney’s documentary arrives this month. Check below for details on that film, as well as my interview with Gaiman and coverage of Meaney’s past biopic on the equally incredible and affable Grant Morrison.
I have reviewed and interviewed DJ Shadow many times over the past decades since I first became hypnotized by his expansive sonics, beginning with his groundbreaking Endtroducing, now celebrating its 20th birthday.
Whether or not that streak continues with his latest effort, The Mountain Will Fall, I do not know. But it is always worth mentioning new productions from one of the most prolific and influential DJs in history. It is also always a worthy idea to catch DJ Shadow’s captivating live show in person.
Check out the newest video from The Mountain Will Fall, as well as Morphizm’s DJ Shadow coverage, below.
As I’ve been writing for years, it was just a matter of time before Elon Musk’s electrified Tesla Motors and solarized SolarCity eventually synergized. And that day has come:
“Tesla’s mission has always been tied to sustainability. We seek to accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable transportation by offering increasingly affordable electric vehicles. And in March 2015, we launched Tesla Energy, which through the Powerwall and Powerpack allow homeowners, business owners and utilities to benefit from renewable energy storage.
It’s now time to complete the picture. Tesla customers can drive clean cars and they can use our battery packs to help consume energy more efficiently, but they still need access to the most sustainable energy source that’s available: the sun…”