Music. Ok so I'm a huge music junkie...but I'm not an asshole about
it or anything. I'm pretty open to anything new.
Dead Can Dance, Massive Attack, David Bowie, KMFDM, Brian Eno,
Faith No More, Mike Oldfield, Frank Zappa, Men Without Hats
(seriously, they have great stuff outside of their singles), The
Talking Heads, Portishead, Tom Tom Club, Sonic Youth, Die Antwoord,
Washed Out, The Box, The Police, White Town, NIN, Peter Gabriel,
Nina Hagen, Alan Stivell, Tricky, Type O Negative, Bjork, Kate
Bush, Simple Minds, Chairlift, Sissy Wish, Datarock, Erasure, We
Are Enfant Terrible, FM Belfast, Midnight Juggernauts, LCD Sound
System, Ladyhawke, Yacht, Miike Snow, Bachelorette, Home Video, Hey
Champ, Junior Senior Dire Straits, Rolling Stones, Horace Andy,
UB40, Carl Meeks Jr., Third World, almost all dancehall/reggae,
anything new wave, Depeche Mode, Siouxie and the Banshees, Pink
Floyd, The The, New Order, Martha and the Muffins, The Knife, too
many to keep going...ok a few more...
Richard D. James, Boards Of Canada, Kraftwerk, μ-ziq, Ed DMX,
Lektrogirl, D'arcangelo, Bochum Welt, Raiders of the Lost ARP,
Ceephax Acid Sound Crew, SeeFeel, Metempsychosis (Orpheus, Mr eel,
Minusbaby, Linc, Satori), Prodigy, Gary Numan, Autechre, The ORB,
Goldie, Cell, Jeff Bennett, Orbital, Nintendo Music (MM2, MM3, FF,
Batman, Jackal, Skate or Die...so many great ones!) Squarepusher,
B12, Tangerine Dream, Jean Michel Jarre, Amon Tobin, to name very
***It should also be noted that I have a huge soft spot for early
90s dance, euro, freestyle, Hi-NRG, italo disco, etc...don't
This list would be longer than the preceding one if I let it, so
here's a few...
Waiting for the Barbarians, Confederacy of Dunces, The
Fountainhead, One Hundred Years of Solitude, Hitch-hikers Guide to
the Galaxy, Jonathan Livingston Seagull, Dickens, Arthur C. Clarke,
Foundation Series, Wuthering Heights, 1984, The Rum Diary,
Rendezvous with Rama, Kurt Vonnegut, Albert Camus, Voltaire,
Wodehouse, Kafka, Beckett, Dosto., Fast Food Nation, Hemingway,
Alastair Reynolds...I think Jack Kerouac is really overrated, so if
on the road is your favourite book, please don't message me (or
keep it a secret forever).
...and this one would probably be longer than both of them
combined. I'm almost at the point now where we could talk about
which DoP and key grips I like. This really would take forever so
I'll just leave it be.