I may be the weirdest human being ever. The verdict is out, right now. As I write this piece, my face is covered in this green shit that my girlfriend has to tighten her pores or something. I keep staring into the mirror because I look like a zombie from Dawn Of The Dead… It's kinda fitting for today's post.
First up, I must apologize for the lack of posts lately, I've just been a bit busier than usual, and it's cost some posts — oh well. I hope today's weird mixtape makes up for it.
I wanted to include some jams I've been listening to the past couple days, and then it kinda balanced itself out from there. I watched that movie Cropsey, which was kind of a snoozer sesh, and that led to me watching a handful of serial killer interviews today, as well as Return Of The Living Dead, totally so much better than I remember, and that inspired this weird mindset for the set up.
I've ended up with some obscure soundtrack to a horror-suspense-thriller-thing that will never be made, thankfully or unfortunately… It's something of an oddity, throwing psych, folk, and minimal electro together, with a touch of new wave and new age. It fully works for me, and hopefully it works for you. I don't want to classify this one here as a “podcast,” because it's not as focused as the previous two were. It's just out there, but I'm happy with the results.
A total dream atmosphere you're trapped in forever, your brain dipped in muriatic acid.
Tickley Feather “I've Got Magic Inside My Bones Somewhere”
Lubos Fiser “The Magic Yard”
Axxess “Kissing The Desert Ghost”
Pink Floyd “Seamus”
Kraftwerk “The Man Machine”
Atahualpa Yupanqui “Pastoral India”
White Magic “Keeping The Wolves From The Door”
Alejandro Jodorowsky “Isla (The Sapphic Sleep)”
Popol Vuh “Blessing”
Black To Comm “Musik F