“I’ve got it bad for David Duchovny”

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You can find the new recording of the reboot Bree Sharp’s David Duchovny here –https://breesharp.bandcamp.com/track/david-duchovny-the-reboot [“I’ve got it bad for David Duchovny” by Philip Harris first appeared on Solitary Mindset on 8th September 2021]

“The dead bodies piled down by the river”

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Music video for Reflex Liar by The Bonnevilles released on Westergaard Records June 2018. Originally released only on limited edition split 7″ single and download. You can grab the song here – https://thebonnevilles.co.uk/album/801512/reflex-liar-7-split-single [“The dead bodies piled down by the river” by Philip Harris first appeared on Solitary Mindset on 10 March 2021]

“In space we’re here a million miles away”

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I saw Spike Jonze’s Her way back in January while I was visiting L.A. and it really stuck with me. It’s a quiet, tragic movie and Joaquin Phoenix is fantastic. I rediscovered the this track from the movie last week and I’ve played it dozens of time since then. [“In space we’re here a million miles away” by Philip Harris first appeared on Solitary Mindset on 7 October 2020]

“More than one has wound up dead”

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To celebrate the launch of Serial Killer Z, I thought I’d post this zombie themed video from The Bonnevilles’ latest album. Bear in mind, it does get a bit gruesome so if you’re squeamish check out this video instead. No Law in Lurgan is from Arrow Pierce My Heart.   I’m one of a whole bunch of authors taking part in an October Frights themed blog hop at the moment. Click on the image for links to the other authors taking part. [“More than one has wound up dead” by Philip Harris first appeared on Solitary Mindset on 11th October 2017]

“then molecules were everywhere”

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The Doubleclicks have appeared here several times but they have a new album out and the video for this track is excellent so here we go… Big Bang is from Love Problems and you can buy or listen to it on Bandcamp. [“then molecules were everywhere” by Philip Harris first appeared on Solitary Mindset on 30th August 2017]