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About gnarlybog

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  • Birthday 10/24/1988

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  1. I really enjoy the post-reformation albums even though they sound very different. The way they evolve and mutate their mythology really fascinates me. "Ghostman" off of GWotR is one of their best songs ever, imo.
  2. Cool, the last album is solid but new skinny puppy PLEAAAASEEE.
  3. This is great... but I really wish this track with the samples was included.
  4. It's a bit dull but then again, Tomorrow's Modern Boxes really grew on me a few years later, and is now like a hazy lazy saturday morning staple for me. The animated loops for each song in Spotify when in player mode are really great. Each song has its own little animated gifs triggered throughout the duration of the song.
  5. This final Download album is out now and quite fun. 23 Years is a standout at the moment. Looking forward to future listens.
  6. Listened to that new ep and was baffled as to why he would release it?? Random doodles.
  7. Loved the instrumentals of the last record. This is also good, although a bit monotonous. After a while you just really want to take the guy out for a beer, cheer him up a bit.
  8. Ah man, very sad. Another one of Cevin Key's close collaborators down. Definitely going to add an extra punch to the first listen of this release.
  9. Velvet Buzzsaw (2019) - That was the worst thing I have seen in a while. No suspense, none of it worked. A shame, since the director's first movie "Nightcrawler" was incredible. 4/10 The Guilty (2018) - I would call this a must-see. Basically you are watching an emergency dispatchers face for an hour and a half, yet it feels like being on a rollercoaster. 9/10 Happy New Year, Colin Burstead (2018) - A nice return to form for Ben Wheatley. Family drama that jumps from room to room. He said he tried to shoot it like a war film. 9/10
  10. I have a feeling this one could be a nice shift from the previous few albums, which are pretty good but a bit monotonous and over-processed with fx, in my opinion. Impatiently waiting for a new SP album...
  11. Hardcore skinny puppy fan over here. Glad to see some download/cevin key love. He has a patreon where he posts cool rare tracks and VHS recordings from the 80s www.patreon.com/cEvinKey
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    Fictions by Jorge Luis Borges. For years his writing has seemed right up my alley, but I always got turned off by the endless barrage of details and names. While I still find the prose a bit of a clunky read, it could very well be a translation issue. Nevertheless, "The Library of Babel" is one of the greatest short stories and concepts I have ever read. Recommended for that one alone. Interviews with Francis Bacon. This had some really fascinating insights into the artist. There is a moment where he claims he wanted to paint a mouth full of teeth as beautifully as others can a sunset. Speak, Memory by Vladimir Nabokov. While I don't 100% love any of his books, the perfectly crafted writing aways leaves me impressed. As far as autobiographies go, this one did something unique by recollecting seemingly unimportant impressions and moments from childhood.
  13. I think my tastes skew a little more to the weirdo rock side of things. Great year for soundtracks! Johnny Greenwood - You Were Never Really Here John Carpenter - Halloween Colin Stetson - Hereditary Ohgr - Tricks Beach House - 7 Idles - Joy Is An Act of Resistance Daughters - You Won't Get What You Want Sun Kil Moon - This is My Dinner
  14. I may get crucified for this... but I walked out early. It was so overpacked and hot, I couldn't take it. I think I prefer this type of stuff on headphones in a comfortable environment. People were loving it though, and the venue was very cool.
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