Sunday, July 21, 2013

New Old Music

The greatest thing about radio: it will always surprise you, especially with songs from the past. Maybe changing channels from what you usually listen to is a good thing. It broadens your perspective on good music.

The Dandy Warhols - Bohemian Like You

Earlier stated, I was tired of listening to the music that always invade the radio stations I am use to listening to. So I kept changing the channels, and this song began to play. Not sure if it was the drums, or the singer's voice that caught my attention. But I am glad that I stayed for the whole song - and those 'Whoa Oh Woo' makes it incredibly catchy. You can say this is like a crush kind of song, just without the Pop sound. Perhaps love is the universal language everyone understands, and each genre of music displays their affection in a different way. I'm open to interpretation.

Sunday, July 14, 2013

New Old Music

The appeal is all in the video, but the song is quite pumping. This is what exactly happens when you go onto YouTube: discover music you have never heard of, with big surprises. So much music, but oh so little time. Just remember one thing: everything is not what it seems.

Sneaky Sound System - We Love

What happens when you get a beat with a heavy bass, a soulful songstress, and silhouettes that give the wrong impression? This song. I can't recall the video where I first saw this, but I'm pretty sure it wasn't as sexy compared to this. A bit cheeky, but what song about love isn't? Taken to a different level, when the lights turn on, they are every day chores... Maybe cleaning around the house is a turn-on for people? See how imagination leads to wild and exciting thoughts d"; How easy the mind turns dirty.

Sunday, July 7, 2013

New Old Music

I have heard of this artist before, but I wasn't familiar with her music. It's funny how I found this song, and you may have heard it in the club once (or, a snippet of it at least). I'm surprised that this song is three years old. She has peaked more interest for me.

Uffie ft Pharrell Williams - ADD SUV

One day, I was at work and had to retrieve an item in the stock room. Then a song from a fellow employee who had to stay in the stock room was playing this from her phone. It's the part when she begins to sing the 'schizophrenic' and a bunch of other words I can barely understand. She's pretty much slurring the words, but I love that bit. Earlier I said that I heard this in the club, and I think this one is close to Club Remix, and here is another good one while I was trying to find the remix they use in the club. Basically, after her singing, the beat drops. Work hard, then play hard. Good music will always find its way back to you.