Today I completed another one of my 30 challenges – I finished climbing Edinburgh’s seven hills. Here’s a photo from the top of each:
- Castle Rock
- Calton Hill
- Blackford Hill
- Braid Hills
- Corstorphine Hill
- Arthur’s Seat
- Easter Craiglockhart Hill
There are some really interesting vibes going on with this band – combining reggae and hardcore punk is a challenge that they seem to pull off.
If you use Google Chrome as your browser here’s an easy way to add highlighting to a page.
- Go to the page you want to screenshot with some highlighting
- Select the text
- Right click on the page and click on “Inspect element”
- On the right hand side of the elements panel you’ll see “Styles”
- Click the “+” button
- Add the following code:
- Screenshot away!
Henry Rollins in hardcore punk mode making music that, at points, is reminiscent of Black Sabbath. The album goes a bit towards just noise at a couple of points but it’s another okay album, not amazing, not terrible.
When I saw this KISS tshirt I wondered which other iconic bands could have their logo redone in this style… the immediate thoughts went to the Foo Fighters. Here’s the end result:
What do you think?
I’m a bit fussy at shopping for tshirts and with no upcoming Frightened Rabbit gigs to give me a reason to order my Frightened Rabbit tshirt design I decided to complete another idea that I came up with a while ago and get my Konami code tshirt printed instead. It turned out cheaper than getting a cool tshirt from H&M or Topshop thanks to on-demand printing from Spreadshirt and I think that the result was pretty cool – what do you think?
Last week I clicked through a genre of music in Bandcamp, listened through a bunch of albums and found one I really liked, something that happens to me most days to be honest. But the artist was one that I realised I was reading about synchronously in another tab as I started listening to the band – spoken word poet Shane Koyczan, who appeared at this year’s TED talks.
The album is all about bullying and growing up and mental health and self and is really worth a listen – the track “Remember How We Forgot” is a truly beautiful song.
The opening of the album is a bit weird but track 2, “Hey”, is awesome. That’s about it – the rest of the EP is okay.