Tinsel and Bones

Sunday Funday and I had a day full of plans that would have fit that annoyingly Millenial phrase. But you know what they say about making plans. I made the poor choice of having real ice cream last night, which did not sit well on my non-dairy/lactose intolerance body, so most of the day was spent in bed, or in the bathroom (will spare the details), though we did manage to get our tree, and watch a movie, ’12 Monkeys’, which oddly does take place – at least in parts – during Christmastime. A pandemic Christmastime movie, eh, maybe a bit too life-meta, but I do enjoy Terry Gilliam and time travel, and somehow I missed it when it was first out. Anyways, enough about my ill stomach Sunday, and on to the music.

Tinsel and Bones
Advent Calendar Playlist
December 5, 2021

Listen on Spotify and YouTube

“Cold Was the Ground” by The Limiñanas
Pure Morning” by Placebo
“All We Ever Wanted Was Everything” by Bauhaus
“Where I End You Begin” by Radiohead
“All Apologies” by Nirvana
“All Mine” by Portishead
“Told You I’d Be With the Guys” by Cherry Glazerr
“Night Shift” by Lucy Dacus
“Someone To Watch Over Me” by Nina Simone and Chris Connor
“Woncha Come On Home” by Joan Armatrading
“King of Carrot Flowers Pt. 1” by Neutral Milk Hotel
“SLIME” by Shygirl
“Wave Of Mutilation” (UK Surf) by Pixies
“Helter Skelter” by Siouxsie And The Banshees
“zombie girl” by Adrianne Lenker
“Electric Love” by Børns
“War & Peace” by M. Ward
“America” by Simon And Garfunkel
“The Embers” by Vagabon
“Blue Light” by Mazzy Star
“Silver” by Echo And The Bunnymen
“The Christmas Song” by London After Midnight, featuring Sean Brennan
“Wax and Wane” by Cocteau Twins
“Primary” by The Cure
“Like an Animal” by The Glove
“Kangaroo” by This Mortal Coil
“Is That All There Is?” by PJ Harvey And John Parish
“Waltz #2” by Elliot Smith
“Mad World” by Tears For Fears
“I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night” by The Space Lady
“Ice Dance” by Danny Elfman

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