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Abra Kadavar LP

Abra Kadavar Album Cover

Some days you feel like growing your hair and an epic beard, nicking your Dad’s suede fringe jacket from the 60′s, wandering around some dry lake beds aimlessly before grabbing a beer, then hi-tailing it through the desert with your sweet, sweet beard blowing in the wind.

Hell, I know I wish I could do that right now.

Well if you’re like me and it takes you a bit (ok forever) to grow said wicked cool beard, then at least there’s Kadavar to keep you going.

German Psychedelic Stoner Rock.

Yes, for reals. Thursday Tunes care of “Abra Kadavar” by Kadavar.

Kadavar Swinging

Come for the beards, stay for the swings! Seriously loving these guys.

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Doom Moon

Through the Smoke & Ash from intertitles on 8tracks Radio. Photo Credits: Forest & Kim

Recently I’ve found myself listening to a lot of psychedelic rock, and music that also falls under the stoner/doom/sludge metal umbrella.

I haven’t forsaken my Post-Punk roots, (all hail Siouxsie etc.) but I am thoroughly enjoying what for me is a completely new music experience. I think Jeff’s finding it quite amusing, after my years of shrugging off metal, and has taken to leaving music in my iTunes he stumbles across that has a similar sound to what I’ve been playing around the house. Little musical Easter Eggs all my own.

So here’s a wee mixtape of what’s currently on heavy rotation for me, enjoy!

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Neil Young in the Last Waltz

The Last Waltz Film Poster

“This film should be played loud!”

The Last Waltz in my household is a Thanksgiving tradition. Though the actual performance took place during the American Thanksgiving in November, we still watch it every year on the Canadian Thanksgiving long weekend.

The Band

If you like music, and you like docs AND you’re a Scorsese fan, well then you’re in for a treat. Directed by Martin Scorsese The Last Waltz documents the Band’s final concert at the Winterland in San Francisco, after 16 years on the road together.

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Billy Butcher Posters

post-punk-superheroes

It’s Friday night and what am I up to?

While my mates are currently delighting in the musical stylings of Danzig in Toronto, I’m in my pjs with my cat watching Justice League on Netflix after a day of squinting at code and numerous coffees.

Rock n’ Roll baby, rock annnnnnnnd roll.

Watching Justice League has me thinking about this years Comic Con in San Diego (missed it again),  and upcoming Fan Expo in Toronto.

And, of course these fantastic comic book covers starring your favourite Post-Punk/New Wave artists as classic DC  superheroes!

I really love these, they’re executed so well by the incredibly talented Butcher Billy. He has a store on Society6 - The Devil Wears Butcher and Red Bubble where you can purchase prints, tshirts and more of his work. (I know I’ll be placing a large order in the not so distant future!)

Here are a few of my favourites:

Joy Division Ian Curtis as Batman

Wonder Woman Siouxsie Sioux

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