the ball whisk

November 4, 2010

tunez

Filed under: Music — quietglow @ 8:15 am

The Buddy finally busted me out of my months of music doldrums. Mega thanks s-man. I dug into my music investigation list last night, and here’s what we’ve found so far

My Robot Friend

Frightened Rabbit (god I love this song)

 

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September 9, 2010

more happiness

Filed under: Music, Scando — dagabairtilo @ 8:29 am

trust me.

September 22, 2009

Miss Kitten my CX music this week

Filed under: Music, VeloFietsen — groenefee @ 5:45 pm

Are you ready to kick some ass barefoot tonight?

September 8, 2009

Fall Listening

Filed under: Music — groenefee @ 9:17 am


Ahh that different autumnal light!
here’s sound for it:
More Stars Than There Are In Heaven

June 15, 2009

Not for Summer, but Queue for the CX season

Filed under: Music — groenefee @ 6:50 am

The Twilight Sad

NME describes this as “Scottish emo-gaze doesn’t come any bigger than this. In fact, it doesn’t usually come at all, but it should – over five atmospheric minutes, the broad-accented despair on display here slowly builds up from Snow Patrol ‘boo-hoo-hoo’-ness into Explosions In The Sky awe-metal.”

The Emo I could leave, but what NME calls Emo I hear Joy Division-ness.

June 8, 2009

Owl City

Filed under: Music — quietglow @ 9:39 am

This is doing me right this AM in which we once again seem to have skipped summer and moved directly to fall. If it’s gonna be cold, I want my damn cx.

May 10, 2009

gem

Filed under: Music — quietglow @ 5:54 pm

freakin listen to this (it’s all in the lyrics)

April 9, 2009

I declare today Deastro day

Filed under: Music — quietglow @ 2:37 pm

can’t. stop. listening. the album is utterly addictive. like space station fuzzy candy.

stare into the eyes…

April 1, 2009

Everybody wants to fall in love/play the wii

Filed under: Music, Uncategorized — quietglow @ 10:24 am

At the Metro, June 14th. $20. Tix on sale this sat.

Could be the show of the year. Who’s in?

March 27, 2009

best. album. description. evar.

Filed under: Music — quietglow @ 3:36 pm

“And so an album that began its life as an acoustic jam session in the bucolic woods outside Seattle ends in a cartoon orgy of bloodshed in some mythical arena that exists in the darkest recesses of Emily Haines’ mind. Each extreme represents a fantasy in their own right: the ideal of hermetic artistic purity versus the spectacle of excess and decadence.”

the new metric. quoted from here.

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