Sunday, August 30, 2015

New Old Music

Born Ruffians - Permanent Hesitation

It's been a while that I've heard this song, but only recently have I been jamming to this beat all summer. As it comes to an end, summer can be explained best with exciting and unknown emotions that arise. One part, it's a pretty upbeat tune; but on the other side, it's a story on the opposite end of happiness. The confliction between deciding what's wrong or right is justified with this little ditty from the Canadian band. If there is anything missing out there, it's Canadian music. I mean, if it sounds a lot like this, when will it be their time to hog the spotlight? Better be soon.

Sunday, August 23, 2015

New Old Music

The Mowgli's - San Francisco

Sometimes listening to your usual radio stations can make you tired of them - so you got to tune into something else. Take this song, extremely exciting and full of energy that's an indescribable feeling. It's not completely happy, and you can hint the craziness happening within the vocals. Part anthem, the band takes you on a ride to unexplored territories, a change that you might need to shake things up. Pretty easy to follow along, the simplicity of it is what makes it all enjoyable. Here's to trying something new, because you'll never know what you might just find.

Sunday, August 16, 2015

New Old Music

Andy Grammer - Fine By Me

This sounds like a laid back good time. Before Mr. Grammer came out with his ubiquitous hokey single that won't stop on the radio, he's been making these ear worm gems for a long time. If movie themes were a genre of music, I think Andy would be the king of that. It's very warm and light-hearted, all kinds of good fun that everyone can enjoy. Sometimes the cuteness can overwhelm even the most loving-absober of a person, but once in a while, this stuff is a pleasure. Perhaps finding songs like these is what makes them exciting, seeing what else is out there that makes you happy.

Friday, August 14, 2015

Concert Review: The 1989 World Tour

After waiting for months, I couldn't believe that the day had finally come. The last time I saw her, I wasn't too familiar with her songs. This time around, I was fully prepared. Words are not good enough to explain how incredible was this concert, but I'll try. Let's go to 1989.

Neon lights for all to see

Sunday, August 9, 2015

New Old Music

Steve Aoki & Angger Dimas ft Iggy Azalea - Beat Down

Recently I've been listening to Steve Aoki (but in small steps). I find him to be very interesting, because his music seems to be, harder, compared to other DJs. Not sure where I was, but I do remember seeing this on TV in a hotel room - this was when I first heard about Iggy Azalea. Let's just say that earlier works show how much an artist can change. While this isn't something I would typically listen to on a daily basis, it's stupidly entertaining. The production sounds a bit noisy, but it was enough to capture my attention. Thankfully, they've both come a long way.

Sunday, August 2, 2015

New Old Music

Guru Josh Project - Infinity

Nothing like a Dance track to kick things off in August! I'm not quite sure where I found this song, but it's been a long time, and thought now would be a excellent opportunity to share this gem. It's repetitive, but nothing ever went sour when a saxophone repetition occurred. Other than a few sentences being sung, this song grows on you and provides an example for what all good music of this genre offers: half naked women enjoying the rhythm of the music. And to be honest, that formula has seem to be working all this time. Let's get the sexy going up in here!