You’ll notice that I haven’t listened to a lot of music this week. That isn’t strictly true, most of my music has been from my YouTube Watch Later playlist. If you’re not a regular YT user (I am and ever since I subscribed to Google Music, I use it even more — it comes with YT Red, which means no commercials) you may not know what it is. When you’re logged into your Google account and go to YT, as you browse videos you’ll see something in the upper right corner of the thumbnail that looks like a clock. That’s the add to watch later button. You click that and then you can save it for later. I have been doing that a lot and I had a ton of videos in there. But in preparation for hanging out with N this weekend, I wanted to clear them out so it’s just filled of English subbed videos. That meant most of the stuff I listened to (still kpop, of course) was on YT and not Spotify or Google Music.
Anyway, onto the fun stuff.
What I’ve Been Reading:
No new read harder books this week, maybe something next week, we’ll see. I’ll hopefully be reviewing the Jack Cheng book at some point.
- See You in the Cosmos by Jack Cheng
- Magic Shifts by Ilona Andrews (Kate Daniels, book 8)
- Black Panther: a Nation Under Our Feet. Book Two by Ta-Nehisi Coates and Brian Stelfreeze
- What Did You Eat Yesterday vol 10 by Fumi Yoshinaga
- The Dark Forest by Cixin Liu (audio book – on hold)
- Chapelwood: the Borden dispatches by Cherie Priest
- Under the Midnight Sun by Keigo Higashino
- Chimes At Midnight by Seanan McGuire (audio book: October Daye, Book 7)
- What Did You Eat Yesterday vol 11 by Fumi Yoshinaga
What I’m Watching:
I’m hoping to write up a review of TTM sometime soon, too.
- Tokyo Tarareba Musume (Japanese drama)
- Flash Point (HK film)
- Brigadoon (1954)
- The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years (documentary)
- The Three Musketeers (1973)
- Logan’s Run (1976)
- Totsuzen Desu ga, Ashita Kekkon Shimasu (Japanese drama)
- Oh My Ghost (kdrama)
What I’m listening to:
Mostly a bunch of new groups. I can’t help it. It’s one of the best things about kpop, they’re the gift that keeps on giving. On Spotify, though, just two different kpop groups (one new, one not) and a great jazz musician.
Joey Alexander – Countdown
Seven O’Clock – Butterfly Effect
Monsta X – The Clan pt. 2.5 [Beautiful]
And a picture. Monsta X (above) is going to make their Japanese debut soon and their Japanese company has been releasing photos. Have one of my favorite member of Monsta X, Kihyun. I’ve shared him a lot, but he is my favorite, after all!