Archive for September, 2010
Radiance is thoroughly emitted through Feeling Today, a track from Texas natives Botany (also known as Spencer Stephenson and Ashley Rathburn.) The modernistic accumulation of a variety of different genre’s and sounds truly transcends.
Where will I be tonight, September 25, 2010? I will be at the Phoenix Concert Theatre checking out Toronto’s own Sweet Thing and Justin Nozuka. Sweet Thing has toured with the likes of Lights, Dragonette and The Arkells. With their self-titled debut album just dropped back in August, this five-piece Toronto-based band will be opening up for Justin Nozuka tonight. Their latest single, Change of Seasons, can be heard all throughout the film EASY A — starring Emma Stone, Amanda Bynes and Penn Badgley.
I’ve actually been really looking forward to this show since Justin Nozuka’s last show in Toronto back in May. His set at Xavier Rudd’s show was slightly disappointing; Hopefully, he puts on a great show tonight. After his North American tour ends early October, Justin and his band will be jetting to Europe and Australia to further promote his You I Wind Land and Sea album. [Question for Justin Nozuka: What is your brother George doing?]
Animal Collective‘s Bluish is already a striking song, and with the aid of the group’s newly released video, Bluish not only fully satisfies your ears, but your eyes as well with stunning imagery.
To watch the video, click here.
Wiz Khalifa has been making his mark for some time now and I think its about time he made it big, cuz after all with this crap that being played over and over on the radio is getting tired REALLY fast. I rememeber when the rap on the radio was good. Wiz Khalifa has restored my love of gangster rap with something a bit different from the usual bitches, booty and bottles.
The Cure released this song back in 1979. The lyrics illustrate a man who has given up on regaining the love of a girl that he had already lost. The man attempts to cover up his emotions with laughter and lies. As heart-wrenching as the lyrics are, the song itself is kind of ironic with the upbeat instrumental.