It appears I’m destined to be late to the party with my year end list, again. But really, who reads year-end lists in January anyway?
And you, apparently, read them as well, so thank you for checking mine out. This year was quite a ride for me, with not as many ups as there were downs unfortunately, but I made it through, and if there is nothing else for me to hold on to, it’s that. I made it. I’m still here, I still have a roof over my head, a loving partner, and the support of a legion of family and friends. And as always, good music to provide the soundtrack along the way.
Which brings us to what stood out to me in 2018. While this was a great year for music as any we’ve been having, my list this year is a little more brief than previous years. I found a lot of albums I liked this year, but the ones that I loved came fewer and farther between. Perhaps this was a product of my headspace not being the best for most of the time. Maybe I’m just getting pickier as time goes on. Who knows. Lists are subjective, and this is only representative of one humble person. But if you’re curious about what I kept coming back to over the last twelve months, then read on…
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It’s Monday. I got nothing.
We’ve got a loaded list today since last week we round-tabled on Panopticon, which you can take a listen to here. Spoiler alert: it was a lot of fun. And we’ve already got a plan for the next one so stay tuned for that. Head on over to our YouTube channel to subscribe then hit the play button below along with your mega sized cup of coffee. Oh, and let’s up the ante; hit us in the comments with your faves from the past week or two. We’d love to know what we’re missing out on but also to listen right along with you. See you here this week. Continue reading
Receiving the Evcharist is our weekly feature where we pair choice albums with our favorite libations. Drink from the cup of heresy. This week’s offering: Respire’s Dénouement and Captain Fatty’s Brewing Company’s Calypso Cucumber Sour Ale. Continue reading
It’s been a long week. Going out of town for a weekend is fun, but trying to play catch up with your life post-vacation is always a hassle. I’ve spent every day this week confused and exhausted, thinking it was the day previous to the one I was on. Quite simply, I felt dead on my feet. Luckily, there is a beer out there that is made for this exact feeling, and an album made for recuperating while listening to. The Metal: Cepheide’s Respire. The Booze: Rogue Brewing Company’s Dead Guy Ale.