This song by GroupLove has double the significance in my life right now. First, I just adopted a great new kitty cat named Chloe, or 'Chloe Cat' as we like to call her. Second, GroupLove's album 'Never Trust a Happy Song' is so complete and impressive that I had to post another track from it...
Dim the lights, dim the lights, dim the lights, low.
I don't usually post articles on my blog, but I stumbled upon this somehow and found it very interesting. Would most people agree (men and women)... I don't know? Either way it makes sense, but may be an idea of the past... Which is sad for both marriages in the 21st century and children who are raised with the 'new idea' of a family where they are #1.
Just a little something from the up and coming London-based band who seem to be creating quite a stir with their live perfomance as of late. The trio have been opening for Foo Fighters and leaving lasting impressions...
Three reasons why "Midnight City", the featured single from the new album by M83 should be posted:
1. The addicting synth beat. 2. The absolutely sick (and somewhat creepy) music video. 3. The saxophone solo to close out the track.
I was unsure about M83 when I first checked them out a few years back. However, if this new track is any indicaton of what to expect on 'Hurry Up We're Dreaming'... I guess you and I both should go cop the album ASAP. 10-4 good buddy?
"All that you accomplish or fail to accomplish with your life is the direct result of your thoughts."
“Circumstance does not make the man; it reveals him to himself.”
James Allen was a smart guy. He knew how to summarize his vision of the true "law of the universe". Every single time I read his writing I believe in the power of thought more than the last time. I cease my fretting and whining and blaming... and I realize all that my universe is made up of is the result of what is inside my head. Now, I'm still trying to figure out where all of my thoughts come from. I'm still trying to figure out why certain thoughts enter and leave my brain. BUT... I take my circumstance and my life and realize that it is mine and mine alone.
You read it right... Mazzy Star. They are back after 15 years of hiatus.
I think everyone over the age of 25 will remember this little number...
The duo of Hope Sandoval and David Roback are scheduled to release a full length album in 2012 and are setting up tour dates around the country. Their sound is sweet and subtle and dreamy. The music you need when the leaves start to disappear and the ground starts to freeze over... when all you really want to do is sit in your warm places and forget about the daily grind and the weather outside.
Welcome back Mazzy Star, your sound hasn't seemed to change much, which is just perfect.