Seasonal depression get you down? Me too. That’s why I never finished this playlist I started about seasonal affective disorder.
On November 8, 2018, four days after daylight saving time ended here in most of the United States, I began a Spotify playlist called SAD. The purpose of the playlist was to open up a discussion about music and seasonal affective disorder (S.A.D.). I got three songs on the list before I dropped out.
Ironically but predictably, my playlist, my blog, and myself fell victim to S.A.D., and my last post was almost 8 months ago. I am here to pick up where we left off.
Continue reading “Incomplete: SAD”
Some may call the end of year holidays the most wonderful time of the year, but in my house– with it’s few dead animal skulls and year round “Tales from The Crypt” watching– Halloween claims that title.
I’m celebrating by sharing my top 5 favorite songs and/or videos for the Halloween season.
Continue reading “Happy Halloween: Top 5 Spookies”
Once upon a time, I had to run a lot of stats and make a lot of graphs, and it was very tedious and boring. Annnnd I was like “HEY, KILL ME!”. I made a special playlist for that occasion called “Makin’ Graphs”.
Continue reading “From the Vault: “Makin’ Graphs””
A Sufjan Stevens “Illinois” Appreciation Post
It was 12 years ago this October that I was sitting at a show featuring 2/3 of the comedy group Stella at some upstairs room of a venue in the French Quarter (maybe HoB, maybe Tips; I have lost my memory). Continue reading “Come on Feel The Illinoise”
The MTV VMAs have come and gone again, hurdling over the age old question “How are the VMAs still relevant?”. The 2018 VMAs had to scream about its relevancy with a very special delivery that reminded us all that as a society, we still do a lot of things that make me want to open the Ark of the Covenant in a very public place to end all of our eternal suffering in an exquisitely painful fashion.
Continue reading “Mayo in Music: 2018 VMAs and Problematic Madonna”