Haven't done a recommendation in a while and this album literally came out yesterday. It is a journey, enjoy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=raTjADEXtDc
I've been quite enjoying this guy's blog https://www.mathscinotes.com/
Also Lauren o Connell's original stuff is also pretty damn great.
Today's recommendation is a tribute to my first time playing Arma. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jLkWyuW2JTg
You all are getting bonus post rock on this Monday, cuz god damn this album is great. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hVSIBCIbs9Q
For this week's recommendation, we have some soothing folk for your Sunday evening from the talented Molly Parden https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HJNlyD8BE-M
This week we're dipping into the paprika powered post rock jams of Hungarian artist Black Hill. Accompanied by French artist hekLAa, they alternate back and forth with their own unique variations of the same song, with Black Hill's guitar first approach providing a stark contrast to hekLAa's piano riffs. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTvJUa6Vg78
Hey hey people! As @dnelson requested this week we have a pair of Zevon related music recommendations.
Anyway, this week's artist hails from the land of the midnight sun. Arcis is a norwegian synthwave artist that has flown under the radar for a number of years now. A shame since their work is a master class of the genre, weaving sonic tapestries that evoke moonlit Miami nights, color drenched tropical sunsets and sweeping ocean vistas.
In an attempt to prevent the cult from devolving into a monoculture of free ebooks and blog reposts, I will be sharing a weekly music recommendation until I get bored of it or you guys kick me out. You all are welcome to join in. This is to enrich the "community" and is totally not me circlejerking my own musical tastes.
also Tuesday is way too early in the week to start drinking.
In terms of batshit conspiracy theories, this one takes the cake. https://sites.google.com/site/greenlandtheory/home
Springer has released a bunch of ebooks for free due to covid-19: https://link.springer.com/search/page/1?facet-content-type=%22Book%22&package=mat-covid19_textbooks&facet-language=%22En%22&sortOrder=newestFirst&showAll=true
In another reminder that history is completely and totally batshit, today I learned that Shreveport, LA is named after a guy who cleared a log jam.... A 165 mile, 700 year old, self healing log jam. https://www.amusingplanet.com/2018/03/the-great-raft-of-red-river.html
A coworker of mine showed me this: https://adventofcode.com/
I've accumulated some useful pdfs if any of you are interested https://drive.google.com/open?id=1irY12NX1utNwjhRM4kvON8tUT3WOyzrx
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