Hello hello hello. Inspector Wooding here.
I hope everything’s supercool and groovy with you?
Here’s a little internet packet of joy from yours truly.
You know when you’re sad and happy at the same time? Broken but hopeful?
Those feelings are in these songs by Aldous Harding, Fleetwood Mac, beabadoobee, Feist, Julia Jacklin, Angel Olsen, Mac DeMarco, Leonard Cohen, Tennis, St. Vincent, A Girl Called Eddy, Men I Trust, David Bowie, The Magic Numbers and more.
If you’re after something a little (a lot) more upbeat then you’re better off with The Good Vibez playlist here.
I’m collaborating with the brilliant Cooltsalon on designs for my music work and they are selling some wonderful women-empowerment-themed T-shirts, tote bags, prints and more that I highly recommend you checking out. I’ve got mine!
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Films I’ve Watched
It’s tiiiiime for another edition of “Films I’ve Watched” – a list of films I’ve seen recently that I think are worth a look, either as high art, enjoyable trash or all the sub-divisions, combinations and/or levels between.
They’re not ranked and I’m not going to elaborate. You get enough from me.
Here they are:
Nuts In May (1976, dir. Mike Leigh)
A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood (2019, dir. Marielle Heller)
Uncut Gems (2020, dir. Josh and Benny Safdie)
Bombshell (2020, dir. Jay Roach)
1917 (2020, dir. Sam Mendes)
The Gentlemen (2020, dir. Guy Ritchie.)
Knives Out (2019, dir. Rian Johnson)
I Am (Not) A Monster (2019, dir. Nelly Ben Hayoun)
Here is the last list, I case Y missed I.
Lots on the boil. Preparing to film one. And then edit it. And then you’ll see. Better get back to it.
Lorryloads of love,
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