Mellow dreamy psychedelic pop for your Saturday night and mine.

plain-comics:

Zero Point Point, the first in a mash up of robots and national park posters I’m working on (minor type tweaking aside).

Mac’s art is deeply satisfying. (Best when viewed large!)

plain-comics:

Zero Point Point, the first in a mash up of robots and national park posters I’m working on (minor type tweaking aside).

Mac’s art is deeply satisfying. (Best when viewed large!)

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It’s rare to hear an old song from the 80s that hasn’t been played to death in the endless nostalgia-fest that is modern life. Here’s one I’d completely forgotten: “Secret Separation” by The Fixx. Enjoy!

Shoegaze! Possibly the shoe-gaziest tune I ever did hear. Turn it UP, brothers and sisters.

In a world full of fascinating weirdos, Glenn Gould has to be among the most compelling. Please enjoy his short essay on Bach’s cantata 54, followed by a lovely performance of it. You can find the rest of the lecture on YouTube, too.

Jeez, I’d totally forgot about Randy Newman and how much I love his old albums. This one isn’t *that* old, it’s from 1988. I might post something from 12 Songs tomorrow.

I don’t know anything about Final Fantasy, but I LOVE this music. PS: Keep an eye out for Charl the kitty.

Around the time of Paul Simon’s “Graceland” album, sheltered people like me who knew very little about the music world freaked out at how awesome South African musicians were, and some of us stumbled on this amazing album. Maybe thanks to Rolling Stone, I don’t remember how I found it. But I listened to it over and over again. Here’s a great track that might make you want to hear the whole thing!