Susie is the Bitch-in-Chief at IB and is also a contributor at Book Riot. She's an ice cream connoisseur, an art fanatic, a cat-mommy of three, and a wife. She runs the @thebooksluts Twitter account and may be slightly addicted.
Those bass lines. Those beats. Michael Jackson’s dance moves.
High Fidelity took my tastes from generic classic rock to something a little more.
Fred Rogers showed me that it is okay to go my own way and do what I believe is right.
Catholic Boy combines punk, new wave, and straight up guitar-lickin’ rock and roll, which sounds like 1980 in a way that will never get tired.
I played Jagged Little Pill in heavy rotation. I can’t say how many times I’ve listened to this album; it has to be in the hundreds. Maybe the thousands.
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In Very Necessary, Salt-N-Pepa gave zero fucks about the place they were “supposed” to occupy as women or what is “proper” lady behavior.
If you’re looking for new things to read, watch, or play, we have you covered.
Edward Gorey, Bob Ross, space movies, horror hotels, and so much more.