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What We Talk About When We Talk About Music #6

One of the most beautiful things about music is that it can surprise you in many ways. I heard The Sixth Golden Ticket for the first time years ago and was stunned by its beauty and its desperation – but mostly, stunned by the fact I could quickly become that obsessed with a track which […]

declaring war on nostalgia

Remember how much I adore the Saddest Landscape? Yeah, well, the boys are offering a free track from their upcoming album (which I have already pre-ordered, the thought of getting vinyl in the mail makes me bounce off walls.) – go get it.

the best things in life are free

..well, not necessarily. But some are; and maybe with the arrival of summer, everyone is in a better mood, friendlier, nicer, and more generous. I know for sure that a couple of people (Jónsi, the Saddest Landscape, Lazy Acre Records, the Age of Rockets) are. Here’s a couple of links to a bunch of music-related […]

Into It. Over It. & Grown Ups @ fluc

Into It. Over It. reminded me a little of Dashboard Confessional. On the rather dark stage at the small, half-empty venue, Evan curled up on a chair and played a couple of songs, with anecdotes or funny introductions between each and with the Grown Ups rooting for him and singing along among the audience.   […]