IF YOU LIKE A TRIBE CALLED QUEST AND THE PHARCYDE, CHECK OUT THIS
AWESOME MIX BY GUMMY SOUL BLENDING THE 2 TOGETHER. SOOOOO GOOD.
(hmm I wonder what happened to the link)
I always have my nose in a book. Any book. I am fascinated by
stories and the power of words. Just finished "Warm Bodies" by
Isaac Marion, a young adult literary work where the lead romantic
character is a zombie. I'll never see zombies the same way.
About to start "Confederacy of Dunces" by John Kennedy Toole. His
"Neon Bible" made me revisit Arcade Fire's album by the same
eponymous name looking for signs of guided inspiration, but
according to the lead singer theirs is a completely separate
artistic endeavor. I still have my doubts tho.
"The Stand" by Stephen King is still my favorite of all-time and
it's to this day the scariest book I've ever read.
Oh, and let me highly recommend "I, Lucifer" by Glen Duncan. If you
love dry wit and sarcasm then this is the book for you.
I also like graphic novels like "THE DEATH RAY" by Daniel Clowes
(you know, Ghost World writer)
Bright Eyes. 2pac. Cursive. Arcade Fire. Pink Floyd. The XX.
Biggie. Mos Def. Two Gallants. Cat Power. Del the Funky Homosapien.
The Black Keys. Future islands. Toots and Maytals. Lauryn Hill. The
Good Life. Beirut. M83. The Strokes. The Smiths. New Order. The
Jesus and Mary Chain.
Broadcast. Radiohead. The Rolling Stones. Modest Mouse (old stuff
You get the idea.
My all-time favorite movie is A Bronx Tale.
Art? Check these hyperrealists:
Art that's so real you will swear it has to be a photograph of some