A rollicking look behind the scenes of Dotcom's 'Good Times'
Pantograph Punch has published a rollicking account of the making of Kim Dotcom's album Good Times.
I'm not sure if there's anything new here, beyond some of the details of the hazing the hired help (ouch that tennis treatment).
Nevertheless, it's an engrossing look behind the scenes of the doomed recording, and the apparently volatile nature of the man behind it.
It includes comment from Roundhead Studio owner Neil Finn and Loop Recordings' Mikee Tucker who haven't spoken about Dotcom before — at least not at this level of trying to diagnose the man and his work.
Check it out here (and scroll down for NBR's latest coverage of the giant German's case).