DEREK FUDESCO (CAVE SINGERS) // PASSING THRU
ENTRY BY JEREMY/HI54LOFI: APRIL 2017
Before headlining the ‘Spring Splash & Dummy Downhill’ back in April 2017, The Cave Singers' Derek Fudesco metaphorically stopped by the 95EH blog to leave behind some of his top recommendations for a handful of life’s top shelf categories.
Because—if you want to get a good idea of who the stranger drifting into town is—don’t ask them “what are you like?”, ask them “what do you like?”.
What is the one album (or ep or song) that you think should be the very next musical thing that everyone presses play on the next time they find themselves thinking “what should I listen to now”?
This answer changes every couple days. I'd say today you should go listen to Mac Demarco's song My Old Man.
What is the one movie or tv show that you think should be next in everybody’s Netflix queue (ok, doesn’t have to be Netflix, we’re all internet adults here and know how to find anything online, one way or another)?
I just finished Big Little Lies and I loved it.
The movie Get Out is pretty fantastic too.
I might watch too many shows, now that I'm thinking about it, I can strongly recommend like 10.
I (and by “I” I mean “the person that is reading this”) am going to the book store (ok, probably Amazon) to find the very next book that I will be putting some extremely valuable ‘me-time' aside for. Which book would you get, if you were me (and, I suppose, you hadn’t already read what you’re about to suggest)?
American Gods by Neil Gaiman.
What is the one website (or just any old internet thing: app, gif, service, youtube video, whatever) that you would get really down in the dumps about if it were to suddenly go away?
The video of Stevie Nicks singing Wild Heart backstage in the 80's. I feel like I've watched it every other month since YouTube started.
And finally… please give one completely unaided recommendation that you think everyone should start doing / using / watching / eating / thinking / quiting / etc-ing to make their lives a little bit more better / bearable.
Eat more fruit