This has been stuck in my head lately, and I don't mind.
The seasonal transition into autumn has plenty of dance music
still, but folky, singer-songwriter stuff is starting to get more
It's common knowledge, but 1994 was such a sick year for hip hop!
Those sax samples... Lots of boom bap, and also a mix of early 90's
twee/pop/R&B, Doom metal, and new age fingerstyle guitar.
Always Madonna, 90's alt/indie/shoegaze/dance, hip hop,
country/folk, death metal/grindcore. There's not an ipod big
Currently reading 'Even Cowgirls Get the Blues' by Tom
Dumb and Dumber. Casino. Mindwalk. Badlands. The Neverending Story.
Rivers and Tides. The Neverending Story. Adam Curtis documentaries.
Zatoichi. Wings of Desire. I honestly just started watching movies
regularly. Last watched was a house music documentary.
Twin Peaks, Freaks and Geeks, Peep Show, Louie.
Podcasts: My Brother, My Brother, and Me, Radiolab, The Bowery
Boys, This American Life, Savage Lovecast, Beats in Space.
Spinach, chickpeas, broccoli, jalepeños, black beans, fresh greens,
avocados, walnuts, nans, strawbs, spice, a vegan slice now and
then. A fair amount of homemade pizza since I discovered the local
grocery store has pre-made flour and yeast balls for $2
'out-the-dough.' I also make a dope Banh Mi.
If I was about to be executed my last meal would be Olive Garden's
never-ending soup, salad, and breadsticks.