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Danielle: Alias Grace by Margaret Atwood. I loved it the first time I read it, but it’s more enthralling the second time around because of the details. She’s my absolute favourite author: I feel like every word is there for a reason.Wade: “Do You Have A Band?” Poetry and Punk Rock in New York City by Daniel Kane. Rimbaud and Patti Smith? What could be better? Had I been living in NY in the late ’70s I’d like to think I’d have been hanging out at CBGB’s every night witnessing history in the making.
Danielle: We had Sam Beam play an acoustic set at our fifth anniversary party of the L.A. store and he’s a really lovely human being. Knowing that makes his music sound even better.
It teaches us that technology is scary and we shouldn’t take it lightly, but it can’t be so bad if it allows us to stream and binge watch our favourite shows.
Wade: Sometimes I’ll find myself out at a show by myself, seeing an obscure proto-punk band that none of my friends care about. Being at a show by yourself means you can get fully immersed in the music without ignoring anyone and if it’s not great you can leave in the middle of it.