Monthly Archives: June 2010
While I love to post great songs for you folks to enjoy, what always makes a great song better is when there is a cool video to go with it. Lately I’ve found a whole string of neat videos to … Continue reading
A little while ago asked me if I would make a mixtape for her. The last one I made was probably 7 years ago, but if you’re still reading my blog then you obviously know I love new music and … Continue reading
Even though I should say no to love, I love The Pains of Being Pure at Heart. If you don’t already love them too, here’s several good reasons to:
Occasionally, from time to time, I do listen to music that doesn’t have a synthesizer or a drum machine in it. I know, CRAZY. Sometimes you just need a good ol’ indie song to get you through the day. This … Continue reading
I randomly came across this old-skool house video and I think it’s just the bee’s knees. The video is hilarious (slightly reminiscent of Peter Jackson’s Bad Taste) and the song is pretty killer too. It reminds me a lot of … Continue reading
Not only does this song have lots of synth (which you know I love) but it also has a pretty quirky, fun video to go with it. Enjoy!
Blah, blah, blah…Canadian Summer Music! (Sorry, it’s late and I’m headed to bed. Enjoy.) His Clancyness – “Summer Majestic” from Jamie Harley on Vimeo.
If you didn’t tell me that this video was from Wild Nothing, I’d probably say this was a new Radio Dept. song. Well, it’s not. These Virginians aren’t even Swedish and yet I’d say that they are pretty successfully rocking … Continue reading
The Drums are a surf pop new wave band that sound like they should be British, or at least from some beach town in Australia, but are actually from Brooklyn, NY. I love this video and this song, both of … Continue reading