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Interview: Mr. Gavin’s Meat Farm

Mr. Gavin is the proprietor of Mr. Gavin’s Meat Farm, a musical project that’s just released its first EP, Episode IV via a pay-what-you-want Bandcamp site.  Mr. Gavin’s EP has some really great stuff, including the song from the first video released from it, “The Guerrilla Girls Meet Bob Burns”.  He recently took some time to talk with Kittysneezes about his music, upcoming projects (including two future EPs — one of songs based on each of the Hellraiser movies, and one about his own anxiety issues), and Peter Gabriel videos that happened to scare each of us as young children. Continue reading

Review: Introducing Sparks

Who don’t love Sparks?  I suppose the folks who don’t know who Sparks are might not love Sparks, but that’s only because of plum ignorance.  But REST EASY, reader — we’re here to set you straight by reviewing ALL the Sparks records — and not just by one, but TWO (and maybe occasionally MORE!) Die-Hard Sparks Fan Reviewers.  We shall be your guide into the wonderful world of Mael.  Check it out!

 

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Stupid Ideas I Haven’t Done: Wasted Opportunities

Like everyone, I tend to come up with a lot of ideas that I never get around to doing. Sometimes out of laziness, sometimes  because I can’t figure out how to make it work, and sometimes, it’s just because they’re pretty stupid ideas.  If anyone wants to make these stupid ideas a reality, more power to you — maybe give a hat-tip to Kittysneezes, why don’t you?

Stupid Idea: An interview series called “Wasted Opportunities”.  The idea would be to interview HUGE gets, big-name artists, like, say David Bowie or Paul McCartney — people who would actually be quite a bit of a coup — and ask them nothing but stupid, irrelevant questions.

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Furreh Nuuz Teevee #1

Hey everybody, I’m Joe Meyer, and welcome to Furreh Nuuz Teevee, a strip that makes fun of furries. This strip has gotten a bit of attention within the fandom, since I started doing the strip earlier this year. It’s gotten some positive and negative feedback, but more positive than anything else, and that has inspired me to continue doing the strip. After the strip, I’m going to provide a bit of commentary, letting you all know the inside stories behind the strips, which are inspired by the (un)real goings on with the fandom.

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