Naima Bok’s debut is a real gem – the kind of album that sneaks you in, and one I can’t stop coming back to for some reason. giant palm It makes me feel like I’m floating on a cloud. It is abnormally quiet. It is subtle, enveloping, and moves in unhurried erosive waves. It’s not the kind of music one would expect from a former member of Goat Girl – the anxious, political, distinctive punk group Bock spent six years in – but perhaps the kind of music one needs after saying all it ought to be. He said. Bock began working on her own music as a way to escape the kind of analytical music that a punk band required. Songs summon the absence of thought: a way to slip in and out.
Wyoming has bet its future on carbon capture technology. The state has poured money into research on how to remove carbon dioxide from industrial emissions, and what to do with the gas once it has been captured. State lawmakers have passed laws to encourage carbon capture and regulations to govern it. As many other states … Read more