Friday, November 19, 2021



A friend of mine posted about Bnny's new album Everything a few days ago. I'd never heard of this artist, so I took a little stroll into her music and wow. Blown away. I spend a lot of my time pretty keyed up on various incarnations of Metal these days - it's just what gets me through the days. But it's always good to counterbalance the chaos with some downtempo stuff, especially when it's this good and desert-flavored.

You can order directly from her Bandcamp HERE

As a strange aside, I messaged my cousin Charles last night to see if he'd heard this album and it turns out this was his upstairs neighbor at one point. I love those kinds of synchronicities. 


I don't know if this movie looks good or bad, hard to tell from this trailer. However, it's got one hell of an awesome-looking monster, so I'm in and will remain cautiously optimistic. Honestly, it's the guys in the movie that look like they might take it down a notch or two for me. Why is it that, in the 80s and even into the 90s, action actors could pull off military or tough-as-nails roles without coming off like douche bros, but now, that's almost always the case? What we need to be asking ourselves as a society is, how do we fix that?


Mastodon - Hushed and Grim
Jerry Cantrell - Brighten
White Zombie - La Sexorcisto - Devil Music, Vol. 1
Slayer - Live Undead/Haunting the Chapel
Motörhead - Bastards
The Damage Manual - Limited Edition
Crystal Castles - (III)
Bnny - Everything
Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch - Censor OST


A reminder that movement and change are the antidote for stagnation.

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