Challenge:

Each of us find new music from artists we haven’t heard before, and give a review of their album.

Foggy: Mike Krol: m.youtube.com/watch?v=2r29naqFST4

TBags:
Chrysalis by Nostalghia
Spotify: open.spotify.com/album/5HHr4uWlWkiOVNGiEhLE9d

JPP: RL Grimes – Nova
YouTube: www.youtube.com/watch?v=RXu-OuBA-YA

Ghost Tour:
ghost-official.com/#tour

What are we listening to:

Foggy: Slipknot- All Out Life: m.youtube.com/watch?v=wLoYIBEZEfw

TBags:
God Be You by Nostalghia
Spotify: open.spotify.com/track/5CZiU43CXJCcUp517pLpqp
No Good by Kaleo
Spotify: open.spotify.com/track/0Tr5G2mE56eLUGvCaXRM8I
Gold by Sir Sly
Spotify: open.spotify.com/track/0qM7QW0hUI8Lez3MAI3P5U

JPP: Burial – Untrue
YouTube: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mv3m4gVq6…HfBPvwx2HgLACFfiW

Cover Song:
Head Like A Hole – Performed by Buckcherry
YouTube: www.youtube.com/watch?v=gvjXeVVnN4Q

Bonus: Laffy Taffy: m.youtube.com/watch?v=3NXBgSCSrIk

Nostalghia Wiki Bio and Spotify Bio:
Nostalghia was born in Southern California and raised by her Persian mother and her father, who is of Russian heritage.[9] She found herself homeless soon after high school and broke into a piano room in the San Fernando Valley to sleep for the night.[10] Nostalghia made this room her home and it is where she taught herself to play piano, guitar, and discovered she could sing.
Handwritten love letters. A long conversation with a stranger on the subway. Strolling down the Boulevard gazing up at the autumn leaves. Getting lost. Happy accidents. This is a forgotten time…a forgotten place. The romance of tangible, human contact, the sentimental notion of not being tied to your phone, to your social media feed, to your avatar. Have we all forgotten how to be human? Have we forgotten the notion of Romance? Or is #romance just another hashtag, another Wikipedia entry, another google search, another Tinder swipe? Nostalghia says it best: “I am bringing romance back into the tangible world. I want the world to fall in love with what it truly means to be human.”

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