Live Music Recommendations #75 – Sons of Kemet Full Set | From The Basement Nothing better than relaxing at home on a Saturday. I wrote quite a bit yesterday and am looking for other writing revenues to plan for 2023. Substack has intrigued me, but I’m unsure how many people will tag along. I suppose we’ll see. Regardless, in this live music recommendation, watch Sons Of Kemet’s full

RADIOHEAD: A Job That Slowly Kills You I’m stuck in a strange position, graduating from college in 2020 and in the midst of music while working in between through various freelance writing work. I suppose my current situation, like so many others, is the fear of a job that slowly kills you. Though corny, the idea of a standard living situation

Everybody Wants to Rule the World Playing in an Empty Mall For whatever reason, these videos pop up from time to time with a seemingly odd title paired with a track. This one specifically is Everybody Wants to Rule the World by Flock of Seagulls playing in an empty mall. I don’t know why it’s in my YouTube recommendations, but here we are. It’s an

Live Music Recommendations #74 – Jeff Buckley – Hallelujah | Nihon Seinenkan | Tokyo, Japan | 1/31/1995 Recently stumbled upon Jeff Buckley’s debut record Grace from 1994, and what a fantastic album. Moments like this make me appreciate knowing about the artist and record, but boy, do I wish I had known about it sooner. I’m almost mad at myself for not knowing about this in the past. Better sooner than