“We were laying in bed just the other night, looking at the ceiling, and I said: ‘You know, it’s been thirty years, and it’s never felt worn. There’s never been a sense of tiredness with you.’”
I was challenged by smudgeofpaint to show you my desktop…here it is!
The background is Pikachu dressed as Totoro and Totoro dressed as Pikachu…it reminds me of fractaldust because she is the Pikachu to my Totoro!
My Clean This Up folder is all the crap that inevitably lands on my desktop which I ultimately I have to sort. As of this afternoon, I am not doing so well.
Mindgamesstuff is an album for a new recording of “Mind Games”…watch this space, it will hopefully be dropping in a few weeks!
Molly the Second Hand Dolly relates to a short film we made at the HitRECord House of Awesome which TheShuttersmith and I are in the process of editing and animating. I am very excited about it. Again, watch this space!
The Audio Files: Several test runs of “Mind Games” to go along with the music video we shot at HoA (again, watch this space) and a draft of a song called “Drainpipes” which I will hopefully be developing and turning into a short film with taylorkdolan over the next few months!
OK…I tag: fractaldust and taylorkdolan seeing as I mentioned you both :)
Game of Thrones/Avengers Crossover
When Loki betrays his brother to sit on the Iron Throne, it is up to Thor, a couple of master assassins, an expert forger, a man with severe anger management issues and a super soldier in the night’s watch to fix it.
Canadian music festival takes huge step against Native appropriation
From their announcement:
For various reasons, Bass Coast Festival is banning feathered war bonnets, or anything resembling them, onsite. Our security team will be enforcing this policy.
We understand why people are attracted to war bonnets. They have a magnificent aesthetic. But their spiritual, cultural and aesthetic significance cannot be separated.
Bass Coast Festival takes place on indigenous land and we respect the dignity of aboriginal people. We have consulted with aboriginal people in British Columbia on this issue and we feel our policy aligns with their views and wishes regarding the subject. Their opinion is what matters to us.
"What you allow, is what will continue."