Getting psyched to see "The Revolting Corpse" at the end of the month, courtesy of Mr. Brown. I'm not entirely sure who will be on stage, but either way, it's sure to be amazing.
K and I wrapped up Evil season 3 on Paramount Plus the other day. As always, this show leaves an ENORMOUS void when it's off. I have a feeling the next season may be the final; either way, with the low-grade anxiety Netflix is resonating with its coy attitude toward Sandman's renewal, it's good to know that the next season of Evil has already been announced.
Next up, Feud!
We'd been meaning to watch this since it aired back in 2017, and our timing proves fortuitous, as a quick look-up on IMDB surprised us with the listing for an upcoming season two slated for next year.
I finished Irvine Welsh's Marabou Stork Nightmares. Jesus. This was easily his darkest book, and that's bloody well saying something. Still, I loved most of it; it always feels like slipping into a favorite Marathon Shirt when I tackle one of Welsh's novels, and despite several absolutely soul-searing scenes, this was no exception. Next up, Welsh's long-time friend Sandy McNair's tell-all book Carspotting: The Real-Life Adventures of Irvine Welsh.
Like Marabou, I've had this one for over a decade. After this, I'm thinking I may re-read Welsh's 2006 novel Bedroom Secrets of the Master Chiefs, which I haven't read since it came out.
King Woman - Celestial Blues
Charles Bradley - Changes
Cocksure - Corporate_Sting
The High Confessions - Turning Lead Into Gold with the High Confessions
Corrosion of Conformity - Deliverance
Willie Nelson & Leon Russell - One For the Road
The Black Angels - Eponymous EP
The Black Angels - Death Song
The Afghan Whigs - How Do You Burn? (pre-release singles)
The Afghan Whigs - In Spades
Windhand - Grief's Infernal Flower
The Bangles - Different Light
Joseph Bishara - Malignant OST