For me dubstep at times is hard to listen to any other place than on a packed dance floor. But I really like this mix of the Brand New song Daisy made by Adventure Club, a Dj duo from Montreal, Canada. It definitely gets me ready for some weekend dancing activities. Or at least pumping up the working pace on a Friday afternoon!
I just say I never get tired of it.
Check out their Facebook fan page if you like it.
You know those times when you just can’t remember the name of a group. It’s there crazily present, but still so far away. The songs exist like some familiar memory, but not familiar enough for you the be able to even sing a tone. I’ve carried such a burden for years. These guys are a group that I used to listen to a lot in high school. My strongest memory is that it was one of the things I could relate to with a guy in my class. A guy with whom I didn’t have a lot in common with. But with this group, we could feel some kind of fellowship. It was always possible to lean back and talk about this group if there was nothing else to say.
Anyhow, since my graduation in 2005, I haven’t listen to them. They kind of disappeared with my mini disc. Saved on my parents computer and forgotten when I moved out. It has taken me since then to remember. Obviously I haven’t actively tried to find out who they are, but from time to time this distant memory of a long lost music love has come to the surface. So incredibly annoying that they haven’t made themselves known – until yesterday. Who knows why, but all of a sudden the name just popped in to my head. Creed. Yes, it’s actually quite far from what I listen to nowadays. But with all the nostalgia and joy of finally opening that closed box in my head I’ve spent hours listening to One Last Breath and some other songs. Still find that one quite beautiful. Surprisingly I still know the lyrics.
I’ll even share this, incredibly silly (but oh so serious), music video with you. I’m totally high on nostalgia, and the video is at least a good laugh.
So big things are happening in the end of this month. The release of the new Lykke Li album, Wounded Rhymes, is one of them! (The launch of our project Music Transpose and the release of the new Girl is Töugh music video are some other well cool things that’ll occur in the end of this short month called February.)
For those who can’t wait to get their claws on Wounded Rhymes (really like the title) it can be pre-orderd; here!
But first check it out here below, I especially like I Follow Rivers it’s an amazing song that’s been on repeat, enough to drive my neighbors crazy.
Released by: LL Recordings / Atlantic Records
Release date: Feb 28, 2011
Good Morning world!
As usual it’s a sunny and freezing cold winter day in Norrköping, Sweden. I woke up to something nice this morning, good memories and also good news.
Last spring, when I was still in Guadalajara, Mexico, I studied a course called audiovisual productions. In this course me and some friends made a promotion video for the company Massive Trance, whom arrange the annual rave Equinoxio. We got to film at the Equinoxio 8, where top notch DJ’s like Talamasca and Space Cat were DJ’ing. It was great being involved in such a huge event. Anyhow, now they’ve started to use this video in the promotion of Equinoxio 9. Which is awesome! As it seems my friends keep on the good work with the production company Nanai Films, and they should since they’re both very talented.
Here below is the final result of the promotion video we made. So if you’re going to Mexico in the near future: check out Equinoxio 9!
For me music is love. A Lover, Boyfriend, Best Friend, Joy and Support. It’s a love that I want to share with friends and a lot about music is the sharing experience. Of course there’re copyrights to think about, but I think we have to embrace the joy people have for sharing – not work against it.
One of the best things is when a friend recommend a really nice mixtape or track. The best feeling is when I can return the favor.
So, no more words. This post is about the love for music and sharing; not the written word. It’s quite perfectly described by this Solomun mixtape, that my mate Helios recommended. I’ll share it with you. It’s pure joy. Enjoy.
I’m very excited about the concert coming up with JJ here in Norrköping on the 3rd of March. Right now I’m listening to their mixtape Kills, that was released around christmas. There’re some gems in there and at the same time it’s quite humorous, hope that’s what was intended.
02 Die Tonight
03 Kill Them
04 Kill You
05 New Work
07 Pressure Is a Privilege
10 High End
It’s free to download on Sincerely Yours.
Here’s the music video to the song “Kill Them”