Category: Music

7 WTFacts (Music I) 0

7 WTFacts (Music I)

1. Norah Jones is Ravi Shankar’s daughter. You might’ve heard about Norah Jones, jazz-musician. You might not have heard of Ravi Shankar. Well, Ravi Shankar was an Indian-musician, renowned for introducing George Harrison and the rest of the Beatles to the sound of the sitar. If you hear Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hart Club Band, you’ll noticed the prevalence of the...

MUSIC REVIEW: Caspian – Waking Season 0

MUSIC REVIEW: Caspian – Waking Season

Artist: Caspian Album:  Waking Season Genre: Post-Rock (instrumental) Runtime: 50:50 Let’s start this review with an acknowledgement. I never heard of Caspian. I was looking for some new album releases, when this one caught my attention. I gave it a try, and was sold almost immediately. It’s not as melancholic as ‘Faunts’, not as experimental as ‘Godspeed You! Black Emperor’,...

MUSIC REVIEW: Faunts – Left Here Alone (EP) 0

MUSIC REVIEW: Faunts – Left Here Alone (EP)

Artist: Faunts Album: Left Here Alone Genre: Post-Rock Runtime: ~30 minutes FINALLY! My favorite band returns with a new album. Ever since the EP called ‘M4’, Faunts have been one of, if not the, my favorite bands. Their albums, ‘High Expectations/Low Results’ and ‘Feel.Love.Thinking.Of’ where equally great, though the latter seemed depart a bit from their regular recordings, with shorter songs,...

MUSIC TIP: Godspeed You! Black Emperor – Allelujah! Don’t Bend! Ascend! 0

MUSIC TIP: Godspeed You! Black Emperor – Allelujah! Don’t Bend! Ascend!

Do you like instrumental music? Do you want to space out for about an hour? Or do you just want to listen to some beautiful, relaxing tunes while procrastinating? It is possible. Just listen to this full, 54-minute album by Godspeed You! Black Emperor. I can best describe it as a journey, you don’t listen to these songs individually, but...

My Personal Summer Hit of 2012 1

My Personal Summer Hit of 2012

  Every year, there’s a song which dominates the radio during the summer – the summer hit. This year, there’s not yet such a song. I would like to nominate this drum ‘n’ bass song by Rudimental, featuring John Newman, called ‘Feel the Love’. It’s not an exceptionally happy song, which summer hits almost always are, but the message is...

In Honor of the Sun Shining Today 0

In Honor of the Sun Shining Today

Ever wondered how ‘Here Comes the Sun’ could’ve sounded if they added a guitar-solo in the middle? Well, no need for wondering anymore, as you can hear it in this video at exactly 1:01. I wonder why they cut it from the final song, it sounds absolutely great. Anyway, enjoy it while the sun is still shining – I spotted...