Gold Gather Rust: Carved In Sand By The Mission Revisited

Many posts hereabouts take as a reference point the relationship between listener and song (or collections of song, if you’re being pedantic). It’s because certain records exist as a constant. Shadows, presences, background radiation – individual filaments of songcraft that engage in some kind of chemical reaction whenever they connect with individual perception. Residues are … Continue reading Gold Gather Rust: Carved In Sand By The Mission Revisited

Out Of The Blue

Hitting the sad part of the story. The novel’s false crescendo. The restrained, synthetic tears, the soundtrack cranking up towards something, anything. Probably a record ill-suited for any occasion. Something embarrassing, something mired in its own strain of self-obsession. “Into The Blue” by The Mission springs to mind. I might play that later. Alcohol and … Continue reading Out Of The Blue