- (09:30) Noir – Smino
- (13:23) Homecoming (2018-Amazon Prime)
- (20:14) Sky Force Reloaded
- (24:30) Holly Golightly – “Do the Get Along”
- (28:12) Horus Rising: Horus Heresy Book 1
- (32:32) Beurre Rouge
Love-love this band. The new record, “Smote Reverser”, has some serious riffs and this video for “Enrique El Cobrador” is faaaaaar out.
- (8:30) Red Dead Redemption 2
- (14:38) Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
- (24:08) Vince Staples – “FM!”
- (27:47) Omni – “Multi-task”
- (33:12) Thrasher’s Youtube Channel
- (37:41) Cuisinart CPK-17 PerfecTemp 1.7-Liter Stainless Steel Cordless Electric Kettle
Followup and Footnotes
Sitting down for a long time isn’t magic. Neither is holding your breath.
This right here, with the cards and the vest and stuff? This is real magic. Eric Chien won the 2018 FISM Grand Prix with his Ribbon act. It’s a mind scrambler.
There is a little more grey hair than there used to be but they still kick.
That music they’re playing is called “rock and roll”.
Thee Oh Sees are an L.A.-based band led by vocalist and guitarist John Dwyer. I’d heard that the live show was amazing and my high expectations were exceeded. It was crazy. The double drum kits at the front of the stage made a great racket and whipped the sold-out crowd into a frenzy. The Broadberry is a long, narrow club and the front third of it was in constant motion through the whole set. When the band launched into some of their more shred-worth songs that front third turned into stage-dive landing area. I know that kind of thing still happens but it’s been a long while since I saw it live at a show.
This video gives you a good feel for how the drummers work. It’s great:
If Thee Oh Sees come to your town you should make time to go see them.