Fifty years ago, Maurice Sendak's picture book, Where the Wild Things Are, was released.
American Laundromat Records has announced it will be issuing the two-CD I Saved Latin!: A Tribute to Wes Anderson sometime in the spring of 2014.
You can pre-order it here.
The tracklisting has yet to be finalized but includes:
Elk City - “Play With Fire” (The Rolling Stones) [Darjeeling Limited]
Escondido - “Strangers” (The Kinks) [Darjeeling Limited]
Freelance Whales - “Let Her Dance” (The Bobby Fuller Four) [Fantastic Mr. Fox]
Generationals - “Making Time” (Creation) [Rushmore]
Grand Hallway - “I Am Waiting” (The Rolling Stones) [Rushmore]
Joy Zipper - “Ooh La La” (The Faces) [Rushmore]
Juliana Hatfield - “Needle in the Hay” (Elliott Smith) [Royal Tenenbaums]
Kristin Hersh - “Fly” (Nick Drake) [Royal Tenenbaums]
Matt Pond - “These Days” (Nico) [Royal Tenenbaums]
Mike Watt & the Secondmen - “Street Fighting Man (The Rolling Stones)” [Fantastic Mr. Fox]
PHOX - “The Way I Feel Inside” (The Zombies) [The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou]
Santah - “Five Years” (David Bowie) [The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou]
Sara Lov - “Alone Again Or” (Love) [Bottle Rocket]
Solvents - “Nothing in This World Can Stop Me Worryin’ Bout That Girl” (The Kinks) [Rushmore]
Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin - “Margaret Yang’s Theme” (Mark Mothersbaugh) [Rushmore]
Tea Cozies - “Here Comes My Baby” (Cat Stevens) [Rushmore]
Tele Novella - “Stephanie Says” (The Velvet Underground) [Royal Tenenbaums]
Telekinesis - “This Time Tomorrow” (The Kinks) [Darjeeling Limited]
The Ghost in You - “Oh Yoko!” (John Lennon) [Rushmore]
Tomten - “30 Century Man” (Scott Walker) [Life Aquatic]
Trespassers William - “Fairest of the Seasons” (Nico) [Royal Tenenbaums]
William Fitzsimmons - “The Wind” (Cat Stevens) [Rushmore]
The Breaking Bad Ending we’ve all been waiting for.
AT the recent New York Times forum in Singapore, Eleonora Sharef, a co-founder of HireArt, was explaining what new skills employers were seeking from job applicants, but she really got the audience’s attention when she mentioned that her search firm was recently told by one employer that it wouldn’t look at any applicant for a marketing job who didn’t have at least 2,000 Twitter followers — and the more the better. She didn’t disclose the name of the firm, but she told me that it wasn’t Twitter.