After a year waiting with baited breath, it’s finally here folks. Check out these fuckin’ salads.
Just unbelievably rippin’ thrash from Dallas outfit POWER TRIP. This is helping me deal with all the rage.
Pick this record up from Southern Lord.
I discovered William Onyeabor years ago after hearing his song, “Fantastic Man” on a random African comp I downloaded from some website I’ve long-forgotten about.
At the time I remember thinking: who is this man and how did he make this strange, funky, happy music? I’ve been hooked ever since. Rest in Peace Mr. Onyeabor.
New discovery, just fuckin’ beautiful L.A. country/folk/psych/watching the sun rise.
Happy Friday all.
Now, here’s something to quell your anger. Thanks to ma boy Laramee for turning me onto this fella right here. Two albums in one.
Looking like every suburban dad who gets drunk and angry at his kid’s hockey game, Lorne Gunter has an important message: climate change isn’t real and the NDP want to “muzzle” anyone who disagrees.
In his latest garbage post for the Edmonton Sun/Journal, Gunter helpfully links his dear readers to such reputably truthful sites like Breitbart News and everyone’s favourite sun-blaming billboard enthusiasts: Friends of Science Calgary.
Let’s be clear what Gunter and, by extension, PostMedia are doing here. They’re not stupid enough to doubt what almost all the scientific community is warning us about. What they’re doing is sowing doubt, misinformation and mistrust in our government to advance their agenda.
And what is that agenda, you might be wondering? I honestly have no fucking clue. I suspect someone like Gunter doesn’t deal well with change (i.e. having actual females make decision about our economy), and truly, if there’s a business model that’s shown itself effective since the black Kenyan Muslim was elected president, it’s in stoking fear, bias, racism, rage and misinformation.
Gunter, do you want to go back to the time when old, white oilmen ran our province? Honestly, what is your fucking endgame? You know, we can still protect our extremely fragile environment at same time you go to weird coke parties with two-bit players in Alberta’s oil industry. WE CAN HAVE THEM BOTH LORNE!
Via the Edmonton Sun