Nov '21...

Crap. I started this post and completely forgot to finish and post it. And I haven’t done my Libroqueue post either. Ugh. I knew there were posts I needed to do this week.

1. Music Play: More good stuff was pumped into my ear canals and through my eardrums in November?


Fake Problems
Real Ghosts Caught on Tape

I found this album because I was on a Jeff Rosenstock kick, which led to listening to his Antarctigo Vespucci collab with Chris Farren, who was the vocalist/guitarist of Fake Problems prior to his time with Jeff. And it's good. Really good.


Bomb the Music Industry!

As part of that Jeff Rosenstock kick I mentioned above, I also listened to an album by his former ska punk collective Bomb the Music Industry! Not sure why, but I had never really checked this out previously. It's so good!


Magnolia Park
Halloween Mixtape

Recommended to me by my boss and I love it! No, I'm not just saying that because he could possibly be reading this. It's legit! Good, no-nonsense, hard-rocking fun.


Django Django
Glowing in the Dark

I've heard of this band before, but, to the best of my knowledge, I had never listened to any of their music. But they came across in post-album playlist on Spotify for Magnolia Park. Once I saw the name and heard the track that was being played, I wanted more. So I found this new release of theirs from earlier this year and just jammed to it. Even Nathan got into it.

2. Camera Play: #MiniMoviePosterMonday is still here, but on life support until I pull the plug at the end of December.

3. Word Play: Is my reading goal done? You tell me!


More details and my planned December reads can be found in my latest Libroqueue… oh wait, I haven’t written it yet. Stay tuned!

4. Fitness Play: 17 days. I’ll take it!

5. Update Play: Right here it be.

Better start thinking of my 2022 goals, eh?

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