Change is healthy. The natural world modifies, adjusts and amends frequently and we must emulate that fluidity in order to keep things interesting. So with the symbolic end of summer -- Labor Day has passed, school resumes, and the first tentative signs of autumn appear -- we bid farewell to a few items on the "Monkey Love" links list.
Stefan G. Bucher's fun art project continues by splintering off beyond the original plan: A monster a day, created, documented and posted for your viewing pleasure. It's now a book with a DVD you can order on Amazon. Mission accomplished, sir.
The End Times*
Disassembled by Dr. F. Beldinstein, the "doom folk" trio has a posthumous LP in the works, recorded before the good doctor brought it down. Singer Abigail Anderson makes music on her own. Slide-guitarist Tyson Lynn documents many aspects of his life on various social networks. If you missed them, get the recording when it's available.
Friday Night Frights
Who thought this was a good idea?
*Note, The Typing Monkey generally removes bands from the "Monkey Love" section if the band breaks up. So why do we keep a connection to The Blacktree Singers, a one-off project never intended to last? Because their music is the sound your heart makes in spring.