Hello again inmates!

I hope that I find you all on a good day. Things have been going rather swimmingly here at the asylum this week. The weather has been a tad on the bipolar side, but it’s been warm enough at least. I’ve gotten outside more than last week, so there’s a positive. The poetical muse has been working overtime as well, I seem to be having more ideas than I have writing paper right now. Better than the other way around I suppose.

On another positive note, I made some new friends this week. Some kindred souls from across the world. This group of people have been a real morale boost for the last week or so. It’s almost been like joining a support group actually. Almost a internet family in some respects. I’m not sure where I was going with this particular point, but I simply wanted to include a thank you to any of those guys who may be reading. Hehe!

So, it’s time for part 32 of the Harlequins writing music! It’s rather amazing that i’m still able to think of musical artists to include in these posts. I clearly have been listening to far too much over the years. Here’s hoping that I include something for everyone eh?

Join me as we delve into the musical minds of startling artists the world over!

Heart – Barracuda

Nina Chuba – I Can’t Sleep

Puddles Pity Party – Helena

Cradle Of Filth – Nymphetamine Fix

Semblant – What Lies Ahead

So there we have it for another edition of the Harlequins writing music!

I don’t think i’ve had a selection quite that radically varied before. Extreme metal at one end and soft acoustic vocals at the other. It’s just what I love about music though, it comes from all sorts of places and all sorts of people. There is merit in all of it!

Once again, if you like what I do here at the asylum, please consider supporting me over at the Ko-Fi page! Thanks for all the support!

Until next week, I shall bid you auf wiedersehen and hope you have a very crazy day inmates!

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