This is whatchacallit when medium and message meet. The repetition is hypnotic with just enough variation to trip/break something cracker-backwards in my mind. The song and video have an almost heroin-esque motif with deep blue-black auras that resonate in regions scarred from white-hot tongues, licking wounds not to cauterize, but to embellish…. Continue reading Fontaines D.C. ~ Televised Mind [2⊘21]
Royal Blood lead singer Mike Kerr stated in an interview, “A boilermaker is a horrible, horrible drink. It’s a shot of whiskey (dropped) in a beer… When you’re drinking them, you know things are going wrong.” Strange then the juxtaposition of the boisterous fan-favorite track Boilermaker (first introduced during their 2019 European tour) up against this ill- Continue reading Royal Blood ~ Boilermaker
Imagine being plucked from today into a yesteryear, 1916 in Dublin, Ireland to be exact. This during the Easter Rebellion where for six days an armed insurrection against British rule was fought, ending in the internment of 1,800 and the hanging execution of 16. This is the premise behind A Lucid Dream penned by the phenom Fontaines D.C. (Dublin City), a group consisting of lead … Continue reading Fontaines D.C. ~ A Lucid Dream
The beauty that is Jane Weaver is in her intrinsic ability to so delightfully and depthfully portray emotions in such a simple yet under-the-skin manner. Jane worked with Paolo Suhonen (a longtime favorite of hers) to create the video for Did You See Butterflies? — the video itself a study in retrospective art made to perhaps better portray the mindfuck that is undertaking the rebuilding … Continue reading Jane Weaver ~ Did You See Butterflies?
Take a classic song, a favorite tune cloaked in nostalgia, add one newly-minted, highly-talented Los Angeles band and straightaway find yourself in possession of a soundtrack to one’s future unwritten memories. Dark Side Of Light are the electro-acoustic soundchild of Californian natives Nik Frost and Grant Conway that were surprisingly-shocked to find their debut release, a gorgeous new take on Seals and Croft’s “yacht rock” … Continue reading Dark Side Of Light ~ Summer Breeze