Last 7 days. Decided to only spin /mu/core this week for whatever reason (I like how ITAOTS is right in the middle). I’m gonna check out new stuff next week.
I love all of these records
Writing to you again to update you on the status of the passion project Eric Gosselin, Adam Deyoe and I have been Kickstarting. Thanks to so many of your generous donations, we’ve come a long way. We’re almost at $7,000! That’s great, but it’s also not enough and time is almost up. We’ve gotten a lot of great donations from a lot of you amazing people, but we still need a lot more to reach our goal, and that’s why I’m emailing. If you have been holding off on donating, please don’t wait, donate today!We know that our movie might be a weird, dumb little thing, but it’s OUR weird, dumb little thing. We love the script, the plan to film it and all of the talented people attached to star in it and work on it. We’re trying to make a movie that we want to see, and we’re sure that when it’s finished, you’ll enjoy it.We can’t make it without your help. Please donate what you can and help spread the word. And if you already donated, please bully other people into donating! If we don’t reach 15K by 3/13, we won’t get the donated money and you won’t get all the excellent reward package materials you pledged for.
Please donate, donate again, share and help make our dream a reality:
If you’re still unsure that you want to donate money to the film, email me and I can explain to you why you should (I can even send you the script and business plan if you want proof).
I’m not trying to spam your inbox, but I did want you to hear our plea:
"Help us friends, colleagues, peers and dreamweavers, you’re our only hope."
In movie making love, appreciation and solidarity,
Add another great album to the list tonight: Sun Kil Moon - Benji
This is an album that solely exists to remind you of not only your own mortality but of the mortality of everyone you know or care about.
It’s a bit “down”, but sometimes down is good. Sometimes down helps you get back up again.
Sun Kil Moon’s “Benji” is one of the most disarming, melancholy, embarrassing/impressive albums I’ve ever heard. It’s just so strange and beautiful.