Monthly Archives: March 2012

I’ll be idle in my ideals

I’m often moved by the simplest of things; sometimes it’s a specific word someone says, or the way in which it is said; a little smile or a movement of a hand. I do an awful lot of people watching, especially on subway commutes in half-empty trains, music turned down low so I can listen […]

Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around

It’s funny, some songs someone once quoted to you only ever make sense years later, when you’re on the other side of the mirror, in a really good quiet place, looking at hell break loose, trying to remember what it was like to be undecided and confused. Sharon Van Etten and Shearwater‘s rendering of this […]

The Daylight

A couple of days ago, the rather good-looking (yes, I am a girl after all and he does look a little like Something Corporate‘s Andrew McMahon) musician Andrew Belle, hailing from Chicago, released his latest effort: an EP named The Daylight, quite fitting to this time of the year where sleepyheads stick their heads out […]