Holy Ghost People, 1967
You tell em Freddie
Spike Spiegel from Cowboy Bebop (1998-1999, Sunrise Inc.)
Nirvana in the bathroom.
"grungebook.tumblr.com/tagged/toilet" is a thing now.
"Naked Caveman"; "Taken by the Viking" b/w "The Real Jurassic Park", Eets Feats Rotted Tooth Summer Flexi, and Jacob the Terrible Sings Songs of It’s Complicated.
Jacob sent me a copy of his band’s new 7” cause now I’m doing this photoblog I’m “music press”. RIGHT ON JACOB!!! I prioritize 12” records these days so the 7”s get kinda buried. Jacob’s shwag reminded me to play a bunch of other ones I’ve had sitting on my “to listen to” list for a year or more and now things are cool.
Jacob connects on a humor level and an emotional level, a brilliant writing talent shaped by the aesthetic and ethic of punk and DIY of the 90s variety. Love him and he delivers three more of his little microcosms of humanity here, in exactly the place the guy who wrote “Synchronized Swimming” a decade back oughtta be. Heart shapes.
Eets Feats give you two swirling stomps that they claim to have recorded in their mom’s house in Texas.
Black Ladies bash away bass and drum instrumentals in the grand Chicago noise rock tradition, bringing just an ounce of bounce and a ton of fun y’all.
matt likes the record! what a good guy… small record for sale on the website.
Coast to Coast episode from last night about the Bridgewater Triangle in MA. At 1hr, 20 min, they are joined by Chris Pittman from Who Killed Spikey Jacket. Around 1 hr, 43 minutes, there is a story with a mention of a…uh…funny person. good shit, all of it.
The Warren Occult Museum (founded 1952) by Ed and Lorraine Warren, most notable for their investation of the Amityville house, though most of you will probably remember them from watching The Conjuring.They created the New England Society for Psychic Research in 1951. The museum is the world’s largest and oldest museum of its kind, boasting a vast collection of haunted items and items used in occult and satanic rituals. I’m sure some of you remember our post about Annabelle the Raggedy-Ann doll, which can be found in this museum.