IT'S BEEN A COUPLE MONTHS
Honestly, it's been a rough couple months, with my day job throwing me for loops on top of loops with a very irregular schedule, I'm never 100% where I'm going to be the next day, so it's hard to get a consistent schedule going.
Every time I wanted to do anything, my body just needed sleep so bad and it kept perpetuating this cycle of staying up late to catch up on lost time and sleeping in late to catch up on sleep
ANY CONS COMING UP?
Mizucon, Lumi-Con and Anime Iwai have all cancelled their conventions for 2020.
I, like many of you, am disappointed in the cancellation, but they made the right decision, especially since Florida's governor and the rest of his administration is making a bad problem worse by putting profits over people.
There's a lot that's still up in the air right now, but I'll let you all know what's going on the second I am able to.
As far as what CAN be done, Megaplex and Anime Iwai are doing online events, and I'll let you know about any upcoming concerts.
The 3000 Brigade show WILL happen in a different format
In the meantime, I CAN promise you more Twitch concerts and stuff on YouTube, but again, anything comes my way, I'll let you all know.
AFO is still on the table, and Holiday Matsuri is still up in the air but WHO KNOWS?
There's a new Radical 80's Tank Top in the TeeSpring store!
PLENTY OF NEW EPISODES OF I'D RATHER NOT!
-The Ghost of Charlie Daniels
PLENTY OF NEW EPISODES OF RPG PALS CLUB
RETROMANIA WRESTLING? STILL DOING MUSIC FOR IT!
In fact, you can hear my music in a recent video!
JAM OF THE WEEK: "A Good Look" by Sturgill Simpson
Country music gets real fucking good when you leave the Radio Stations.
This is "A Good Look" from Sturgill Simpson's most recent project "Sound and Fury". It's an album that has a short animated film attached and this is one of the song segments. Everything I've heard is emotional whiplash from one track to the next.
"A Good Look" has its feet very firmly planted in funk, and your feet are moving through out the whole thing. The bass work on the track is solid, and provides a solid groove while every other instrument does its own thing. The guitars screech enough to get your attention, but the licks never overstay their welcome, and the synthpop elements here are used to great effect.
DEFINITELY looking at more Sturgill Simpson in the future!
I have yet to see the full thing because I want to be context free as possible, but I 100% respect the concept of it being concieved as both an album and short film simultaneously, ala 5555.