The latest in the MP3 list:
(Enjoy, my readers–and especially you, Richard, the only one I know in real life who listens to this kind of music, since I know you’re still lurking):
“Phenom” by Iris:
“Elusive (Random Starlight Mix)” by Substaat:
“Free” by Mondträume (especially loving that German accent):
“We Move as One” by A Pale Moon:
“The Time Traveller” by same artist, suitable for the novel I’m working on:
“The Farthest Star” by VNV Nation:
I can’t believe the world today
When understanding is all gone
When respect has lost its meaning
And the Ego is raised high
Also, Trump finally addresses the concerns of the protesters:
There is some hope here–assuming, of course, that we can trust him, which remains to be seen. Of course, rolling back abortion rights and Obamacare are still on the table, which are HUGE concerns.
The following songs are stuck in my media player:
The new one by Torul, “Saviour of Love” (I actually have the Extended Version, but this is essentially the same). Check out that sultry look the lead singer gives you:
E Nomine’s “Wolfen (Das Tier in Mir),” about a werewolf–chanted by a famous German voice actor. I just love that growling, German voice:
The English translation:
E Nomine’s “Vater Unser”–I just love that powerful German voice saying the Lord’s Prayer and screaming out, “Father, hear my voice”!
“Spiders (UnterART Remix)” by Ashbury Heights (which always makes me think, “Follow the spiders? Couldn’t it be Follow the butterflies?”):
This is actually an obsession from a few months ago, but I forget if I posted it–MGT and Ashton Nyte, “The Reaping.” Love the architecture inside that Gothic-style church, and the artwork!
First of all, preface this with John Oliver making fun of Laibach, a nearly 40-year-old band from former Yugoslavia which predates Rammstein and was chosen to go to North Korea last year:
(No, I did NOT find out about this band through John Oliver: My favorite webstream plays the band. I found out about John Oliver’s clip through the video’s comments on Youtube. 😉 )
Now for the video John Oliver made fun of–and a link which explains this band is NOT “Holy Sh** Nazis!“: