Like Now, Now, I saw Vacationer open for The Naked and Famous in Toronto. They seemed to have a ton of fans in the crowd and I could see why: their music sounds great and they put on a great show. From their Facebook page: The eastern seaboard’s foremost relaxation specialists have teamed up to […]
I saw Now, Now perform live when they opened for The Naked and Famous in Toronto. Tons of energy, great sound, and their album, Threads, is fantastic from start to finish. From their Wikipedia: Now, Now, formerly known as Now, Now Every Children and abbreviated NNEC, is an American indie rock band formed in Blaine, […]
Magical things happen when you act on spontaneity. Example: On Sunday night, Lan and I had decided, to start sending each other mixtapes on a regular basis. Every week, we’d assemble a good lot of songs and sling them over. I thought it was great because I kill two birds with one stone: I get […]
This great presentation from Johanna Blakley discusses how the fashion industry, which does not have the luxury of copyright protection, is a flourishing and innovative industry despite their lack of protection. Being strongly opinionated on the matter of copyright protection, I felt I had to make a few comments. I think Johanna’s use of the […]
This week on Featured Album Fridays, the 2010 album from Field Music – Measure. Here is the description of Field Music from their Last.FM: Field Music is an experimental pop band from Sunderland, UK, formed by brothers Peter and David Brewis and their schoolfriend, pianist Andrew Moore. They have recently reconvened after an extended hiatus […]
This week on Featured Album Fridays, the 2010 album from Holly Miranda – The Magician’s Private Library. Here is the description of Holly Miranda from her Last.FM: Holly Miranda is a Detroit born musician, raised between Michigan and Tennessee. Besides being trained in piano, Holly is a self-taught guitar and trumpet player. In 2001, She […]
This week on Soulful Sundays, the 2009 album from Kenichiro Nishihara – Humming Jazz. Wonderful album, very relaxing, along the same lines as I have been posting as of late (Nujabes, Woodblue, Smooth J, etc) and I really hope I can keep finding these kind of albums. The stream is below, enjoy!
This week on Soulful Sundays, the 2007 album from Woodblue – North Source. Terrific second part to the album I posted last week, the stream is below, enjoy!
This week on Featured Album Fridays, the 2009 album from the Generationals – Con Law. Indie pop with distorted vocals, very happy music. Enjoy!
This week on Soulful Sundays, the 2007 album from Woodblue – North Letter. Wonderful downtempo album, along the vein of the same kind of people I’ve been posting as of late – DJ Okawari, Nujabes, Michita, and the rest of them. Take a listen, and I’ll probably be posting North Source next week, which is […]