Mar '21...

Another month come and gone. That’s 1/4 of the year done already. Wow! And that's no April Fools!

1. Music Play: Anytime I go on a Bandcamp bender, hitting that three new artists goal is never a problem.

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Skykot - Perfect Shine

Almost a little too dreamy for me in the mood I was in at the time. I didn't make it all the way through the album.

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DreamStation 1986 - Concept Aquarium

Funny thing is that Dutch synth artist DreamStation 1986 was what I listened to next after switching off Skykot and I consider it only slightly more intense and, yet, it worked so much better for me at that point in time. Not too heavy, not too light, right down the middle... I am the Goldilocks of synthwave.

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Starfarer - Multiverse

Much more traditional electronic synth sound. Only able to listen to the four tracks available prior to the full 18-track album release in April. I’ll have to check out the whole thing.

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 Various Artists - Arcabucero Extirpador

A collection of electronic tracks from a variety of Peruvian artists and it’s just as crazy and amazing as you’d expect.

2. Camera Play: #MiniMoviePosterMonday is still alive.

3. Word Play: I planned to read five and, instead, read six. I’ll take it!

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More details and the list of books I plan to read in April can be found in my latest Libroqueue post.

4. Fitness Play: I worked out 4 times thru the month... one long family walk and three bike rides. I started excited because those all happened in the first week of the month. And then zilch. Still gotta get going again on that gym thang again.

5. Update Play: Done!

It’s really starting to get nice outside on a semi-regular basis. Time to take advantage of that a bit more. 

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