Catchy title, eh? It is not about the artwork at left by Rachel Whiteread. But somedays it sounds like a description of the world I live in...not my choice, mind you. Instead this title talks about the latest foray into interactive art and media staged by the ever-staging Tate Modern. A museum that likes to look at itself in the mirror more than any other museum I can think of, London's Tate Modern works over time to put a play on in the barn. The latest project called "Tate Tracks" invited 7 contempo British musical artists form the hip-hop, rock and dance worlds to scan the galleries for a piece of art that rocked them and then compose music for it. Once all the boys in the bands walked past all the lovely women artists on display (imagine this: 'What about Louise Bourgeois? oh she's too old...Tracey Emin? too nutty...') they settled on their boys and made music to watch art by. Some tracks are heard only in the gallery by the artwork proper, but some are on line for a limited-time listen. Check them out now, because they might be soon replaced by some more boys making music about boys making art. At the risk of sounding like Greg Tate reminding us about the lack of African Amercian artists in rock music: Where are all the women? No, this is not my official woman's month post. And what's with that? We are half the world, why do we need a lame ass month named for us? Y'all have a nice day now, you hear?