Seriously, get your act together. Read the rest of this entry »
How do I do? Not good. Fuck this.
Which is to say, heaven knows I’m miserable now. Behind my hatred there lies a murderous desire for love, so, please please please let me let me let me let me get what I want this time. (Cue someone to say “I didn’t realise you wrote such bloody awful poetry.”)
Which is to say, god damn! This:
So much this. Oh man.
I’m gonna actually write about this song later, right now I really gotta sleep. I figure I’ll post it here as a reminder to write about and also just to listen to it more times.
A lot has sucked lately, so I figure, why don’t we just dance? Read the rest of this entry »
That cursed hi-fi blaring out the window for you. Read the rest of this entry »
As an experiment, I put together a soundtrack for this post.
It’s another night where something aches. My knee. My ankle. My knuckles. My back. No matter how I sit, stand, lay, there’s some dull, faint throbbing. Read the rest of this entry »
I listened again tonight to two long time favorite songs of mine, both by the band Propagandhi. The lyrics to the song “Rock for Sustainable Capitalism” make mention of “music’s power to describe, compel, renew,” which is a concise and fine phrase. I’ve never had much interest in poetry and so have read very little of it, except for song lyrics, which I’ve read loads and loads of. Music is the single most important hobby in my life and has been for probably two decades now. I don’t have the time for hobbies of any sort that I used to have, sadly; I hope this changes as my daughter gets older and I get my work situation under control. I’d also like to be able to talk more (well, better) about music in an analytical way, both in the way that music critics do and in the way that philosophers do. I’ve done a bit of both on this blog occasionally, in my drafty way, like I said I’d like more and better. Read the rest of this entry »