Perhaps you haven’t heard of Kindness — the slow-jamz electropop project from Adam Bainbridge — but if you have a fondness for early ’90s-style downtempo dance tunes and goddess Robyn herself, then do click on through.
This singer sounds like a drunk John Lennon. Like, really drunk. Continue reading Forgotify, the Last Frontier: “It Feels Like 1925″
Memo to musicians: Please, for the love of everything, stop using dorky backup vocals.
Continue reading Forgotify, the Last Frontier: “Faces”
If you follow me on any social media platform, you know since Friday/Saturday I have been squeeing a lot. About a month ago, I found out Sub Pop Records was releasing a career spanning limited edition vinyl box set of Sleater-Kinney. I am a pretty huge fan of Sleater-Kinney, though most of the albums came to me later in life. I unfortunately did not get to be a Riot Grrl in middle or high school. I ordered the box set as a birthday present and was fondly looking forward to getting it. Continue reading Ten Songs Keeping Me Sane This Week: Sleater-Kinney Edition.
Synthetica reminds me that I should really listen to Metric more often. Though I own this LP and a burned CD of 2003’s Old World Underground, Where Are You Now?, I somehow forget how much I enjoy them.
You might be bored of classical music (gasp!), but this piece is perfect for spooky Halloween adventures. You know, the kind where everyone dies at the end. Continue reading Forgotify, the Last Frontier: “Concerto no. 1 in E Flat Major”
In honor of Christine McVie returning to Fleetwood Mac and the start of the band’s extensive touring schedule, let’s talk about some of my favorite songs from the British singer.
Saint Lucia as in the island in the Caribbean, not the woman who was the inspiration for German holiday wreath-wearing customs. Continue reading Forgotify, the Last Frontier: Work Songs of Saint Lucia