Saturday, February 6, 2021

Blueflowers - Relapse E.P.

 I'm pretty sure I've confessed my love for Blueflowers' 2018 album Circus on Fire somewhere in these pages before, but recently, I've been falling deep into their 2019 Relapse E.P.

Blueflowers' sound drips with the kind of sultry, otherworldly space that Chris Issac's music does, or David Lynch's cinema. It's lush, spooky, and sensual, and I absolutely adore it.


We had a bit of a marathon last night. Even on Fridays, it's not often I can stay awake long enough to watch multiple movies, so when I do get that kind of momentum, I exploit the hell out of it.  

We started with yesterday's episode 5 of Wandavision. I'm not going to post anything about it here, but needless to say, I am salivating at the things this show is setting up!


This one would have been in my 2020 top five at least if I'd seen it before year's end. It had me from start to finish, and was probably at least partially responsible for supercharging my motor enough to make it through another flick afterward. I'm posting the trailer here, but my suggestion is to not watch it - just go in blind. I did, and it made for an awesome ride!


I've avoided this one for years, but now that Wandavision has me flying high on the MCU again, I figured I'd go back and watch/re-watch all the movies to date in the chronological order they take place in the continuity of the MCU. Turns out, I really dug this one, and it was totally the right time for me to see it, as so much dovetails with the current storyline in Wandavision.


Human Impact - Genetic (single)
20 Watt Tombstone - Wisco Disco
Led Zeppelin - Presence
NIN - Get Down Make Love (single)
NIN - Burn (single)
Various - Spawn OST (Manson and Sneaker Pimps & Butthole Surfers and Moby tracks only)
Deftones - Koi No Yokan
Dream Division -  Beyond the Mirror's Image

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