I started this blog with aspirations to become the authority in music reviews. Then I got lazy and lost my drive. Now I just post music that I like along with my friend who does so less frequently. Sometimes I'll post something 'current' and 'fresh' or whatever, but really, if you like some random dude you don't know preaching to you about the kind of music you should be listening to, then this is the blog for you.
If you like what I've got to offer then follow, reblog all my posts and tell all your friends about what a wonderful blog this super hip guy that you follow has so that I can be internet famous.
We preach music.
Actually, more like just sharing good stuff - but you get what I mean. Music is like chocolate - blissful, amazing, sweet and has textures that are diverse yet distinct.
(as you can tell I'm a chocoholic, as well as a picky audiophile)
This blog was founded in 2010 with my friend A and we set out to become Majestic Music or Proximity, amongst others. We got lazy, and stopped.
But we're back, posting more than ever.
So make sure you like, follow and stick around for some high quality music!
The video quality isn’t too great and the audio isn’t either, but it’s a totally great track of the Architect of Rock and Roll preforming one of his best songs. Enjoy the sweet tunes of early rock and roll.
So today i’ve decided that after university im going to move with one of my friends to New York City. And in order to commemorate this even in my life and to celebrate one of the greatest musicians who ever lived, heres a live version of New York City at Madison Square Garden in 1972 when John Lennon and Yoko Ono played with the local band Elephant’s Memory. If any of you forgot the song came out on his album Some Time in New York City.
Arthur & Yu is an indie folk band out of Seattle and theyve got quite a 60s mellow rock and roll sound. Sort of like John and Yoko. Afterglow came out on the band’s 07 album called In Camera. They’ve been touring extensively around the US and Japan with bands like Iron & Wine, Broken Social Scene, Great Lake Swimmers and other awesome indie bands so they haven’t released anything since then. Actually I dont think theres been any mention of a new album yet…