This one is marked collaborative, so after you get the mood, feel free to add to it. “Unfinished Sympathy” and “Before Today” were narrowly cut at the end because they are just too crisp. This one ought to be all sweaters, sick days, and space heaters.
Recorded in the early 70s, not released until 2006, this record sounds like every inch of the cover.
Jarvis Cocker has made an album of French pop covers entitled Chansons d’Ennui Tip Top which will accompany The French Dispatch.
“How To Believe In Astrology,” the hit job on Alice Sparkly Kat’s Postcolonial Astrology, is magnificent.
“Do what you gotta do/ and don’t misunderstand me”
Miles Davis: “It Never Entered My Mind” The Beatles: “The Long and Winding Road” Oasis: “Slide Away” The Rolling Stones: “Emotional Rescue” Nirvana: “Something In The Way” U2: “Ultra Violet (Light My Way)” The Clash: “Straight To Hell” Tom Petty: “Walls (Circus)” R.E.M.: “At My Most Beautiful” The Cure: “All Cats Are Grey” Simon &Continue reading “My Favorite Song By…”
A sequel to A Matter of Taste. Perfectly suited to entertaining, cooking, decorating, unwinding, and eveninging, but with an autumnal mood.
We would be better off without the word “toxic.”
The best LateNightTales compilation since Air’s 2006 mix.