Tuesday, December 21, 2021

Robert Eggers' The Northman

 Nick Cave and Warren Ellis' score for the upcoming film La Panthère Des Neiges (The Velvet Queen). You can pre-order the score from Invada Records HERE.

The film, which I'd never heard of before, is a documentary described as such:

"In the heart of the Tibetan highlands, an award-winning photographer guides a writer in his quest to document the infamously elusive snow leopard."

I couldn't really find a trailer, so I guess we'll just wait and see. Either way, new Cave/Ellis is always a good thing.


Holy cow.


I Loved The Lighthouse, but I've found it doesn't possess the same re-watchability that The Witch does. I'm curious to see how this one plays. No matter what, we're witnessing the career of a true cinematic genius, IMO, this generation's Kubrick.

And please, take it easy - I'm not saying Eggers is as realized an artist as Kubrick, just that from where we began with him, he's clearly on a path to become a timelessly celebrated master.


Vanessa Williams - Dreamin'
Naked Raygun - Over the Overlords
Ministry - Moral Hygiene
Type O Negative - Life Is Killing Me
Nun Gun - Mondo Decay
Belong - October Language
Jefre Cantu-Ledesma - In Summer
Jefre Cantu-Ledesma and Felicia Atkinson - Un Hiver en plein été
Vienna Boys Choir - Christmas Favorites


Encouraging, especially since A) the company I work for was just sold to a huge surgical company (hopefully a good thing since we've been being passed around by private equity firms for the last decade, the end result of which took focus away from the employees), and B) while navigating a bunch of odd down moments at work while announcements happened and hands were shook I doubled down on NFT'ing.

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