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21 November 2019
The things that make our lives better.

THE GALAXIES
Tekla Alexieva's book covers for Biblioteka Galaktika are in Plovdiv's Sariev gallery and they're so worth the trip. You have until December 27th to figure out how you can go see them (as the gallery is closed on weekends)


© Maria Djelebova

THE SPIRIT
We start to hear copper bells from the table (or hot plate) with this metal dish - from Zara ho-ho-Home for about 13BGN.


© zarahome.com

THE HOT DOG
Natural hair is sometimes not enough if you are a dog. It is warm for them and ridiculous for us to meet gentlemen and ladies dressed like this - a street fashion that we would scratch behind the ears.


THE PLUSH TOYS
If you don't have a dog to walk outside, get a stuffed corgi to keep you warm at home. It's from MINISO - the Japanese sweet design brand has just entered the Paradise Center.


© miniso.com

THE ROLE
Nicholas Cage will play himself in The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent. We know little about this meta comedy, so it all feels fragile - let's see if it will endure the unbearable weight of the cameras.


THE TRAILER
In fact, it's a teaser, but it gives us good percentages of confidence that Zahari Karabashliev's novel will go smoothly to the screen with Rushi Vidinliev in the main role and Viktor Chuchkov behind the camera. 18% gray comes out in January.


THE SONG
Glass Animals disappeared 3 years after their 2016 album, and now these psychedelic pop beauties are turning to hip-hop which is no mistake. We warm up to their upcoming batch with the single Tokyo Drifting, a colorful combo featuring rapper Denzel Curry.



THE BRAINS
Octopuses recognize people - by their faces, but also by the taste of their skin, which they gently touch with their supersensitive tentacles. We have only recently become smart enough to realize how intelligent and witty they are. May we be forgiven for being so ignorant.


THE ANIMATION
As the little ones cry to watch Frozen 2, here we are enlarging our pupils against Kitbull, Pixar's short film about a cute kitten and a sad pit bull.



THE DEBUTANT
If we were to fly into space one day, we would put the futuristic Twelve Twenty Two in our playlist. This is the first LP of Anthony Baldino who made the trailers of Interstellar and Ex-Machina sound epic - another reason to keep track of his IDM.



 

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