June 6, 2010

The "Damn, It's Hot" Edition of In Rotation

The Maxx's air conditioner is on the fritz, so the only way to chill out on the 90 degree runs back home from Etown is to run up 65 at 72-75 with the windows & sunroof open. Needless to say, all subtlety is lost in the rushing wind noise.

On a related note, I can't wait for Dan to get me that Brainbombs stuff.

In Rotation
Debussy: La mer (etc.)
This Heat: Out of Cold Storage
The Fall: Your Future, Our Clutter
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds: Your Funeral, My Trial
Blind Willie McTell: "Broke Down Engine"
Tom Verlaine: Warm and Cool
Sun City Girls: Tibetan Jazz 666
The Black Keys: Brothers
AMM: Nameless Uncarved Block
The Rolling Stones: playlist
The Yardbirds: playlist
The Minutemen: playlist
Black Flag: playlist
LCD Soundsystem: This is Happening
Shabazz Palaces: Of Light; Shabazz Palaces
Reflection Eternal: Revolutions Per Minute
Norman Minogue: Experimental Recordings (2009); The Secrets of Life and Death; Hawking and Mooging (all unreleased)

From the bookshelf
Shakespeare: Richard III; Troilus and Cressida; The Tempest
Stieg Larsson: The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest; The Girl Who Played With Fire
Soren Kierkegaard: The Sickness Unto Death
R. D. Laing: The Divided Self

1 comment:

Matt said...

It's getting to be that time of year when you bust out a kids pool, fill it in the morning, let the sun warm it up. Long about 3 or 4, you put on your suit, pour a gin and tonic, put some Minutemen on the hi-fi, and relax in the pool. Damn, I really need to do this. . .