Mellow Yellow by Donovan
Blue I, II, III is a triptych created in 1961.
Karl Edward Wagner
In this feminist classic, Jane’s doctor husband locks her in an upstairs room so she can tackle her tendency towards depression and hysteria. Because that sounds like a really good idea. – Bustle A story about something far scarier than monsters, nightmares and stalkers: being labelled “hysterical” and shut in a room to get overContinue reading “The Yellow Wallpaper & Other Stories (1892-1914)”
Not just an ancient Mayan Goddess of suicide, IX Tab is also the name of the creators of the creepiest music I’ve ever heard. I highly recommend them.
Sweet Leaf, After Forever, Embryo (Instrumental), Children Of The Grave, Orchid (Instrumental), Lord Of This World, Solitude, Into The Void
Come on Ethan and Joel – offer him another part!
This week’s Thursday Album is David Bowie’s (1947-2016) Diamond Dogs. It has two of my favourite songs: Candidate and Rock ‘N’ Roll With Me. It’s one of his most well-known albums due to the cover art, although few of the songs ever make it to best of lists. Each of Bowie’s albums is undoubtedly a pieceContinue reading “The Thursday Album – Diamond Dogs”
The Thursday Album – Wish by The Cure
It’s probably my second favourite Tarantino film (Death Proof being the first) and God, I wish he’d go back to making films like this. Pulp Fiction has so much style and charisma, without glorifying the violence and drug use. That’s a pretty hard balance to achieve!