Some Things Remarkable From Back When

Back when it was ’13, there were quite a good amount of music and movies I’d wanted to have access to and had had access to that were remarkable and then I couldn’t help but going back to some. I mean going back to as in for pure guilty pleasure. That doesn’t mean they’re less ‘artistic’ or anything, quite the opposite. For a caveat, while these wouldn’t be everyone’s dish or snack, if they are, they could be highly addictive.

Movies

A Field in England (Ben Wheatley)

Blind Detective (Johnnie To)

The Grandmaster (Wong Kar-wai)

Lucia (Pawan Kumar)

New World (Park Hoon-jung)

Spring Breakers (Harmony Korine)

Shuddh Desi Romance (Maneesh Sharma)

Music

The Bones of What You Believe (Chvrches)

Clash the Truth (Beach Fossils)

Dreamachines (John Zorn)

Engravings (Forest Swords)

Hymnal (Benoît Pioulard)

I’m a Dreamer (Josephine Foster)

Loud City Song (Julia Holter)

Love’s Crushing Diamond (Mutual Benefit)

m b v (My Bloody Valentine)

Mug Museum (Cate Le Bon)

No Beginning No End (José James)

Olympia (Austra)

Pull My Hair Back (Jessy Lanza)

Pure Heroine (Lorde)

The Redeemer (Dean Blunt)

Seasons of Your Day (Mazzy Star)

Static (Cults)

Tomorrow’s Harvest (Boards of Canada)

Traces of You (Anoushka Shankar)

 

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Six Short Ones

Six Short Ones are live now at Spork Press - six prose pieces that include That Multifaceted Dunsboy!, If by a Time-Machine You Go, ‘You are Not Simply to Be,’  Speaks Our Fastmodernist, and also A Logical Procession plus a wee bit more. Do read, do tell. Go back to Spork and read lot more.