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Category Archives: Music
I’m such a sucker for music, where it almost sounds like the artist is about to burst into tears. London Grammar is like this. And I absolutely love this track; Wasting My Young Years!
Big thanks to the beautiful @margearu for finding this!
Such a cool video from Birdy Nam Nam for their track The Parachute Ending.
Concept designer and Illustrator: Will Sweeney
Director, Concept designer and compositor: Steve Scott
Impressive! In this video called Evolution of Music, ten centuries of music is condensed into four and a half minutes. Collectively known as Pentatonix, the group of five take you on a journey of song beginning with a chant by Salve Regina from the 11th century and all the way into music from the present day including songs by Rihanna and Justin Bieber.
The new video for “Line of Fire”, from the forth-coming album “Junip” by Swedish band Junip. Video directed by Mikel Cee Karlsson.
Am I the only one seeing something else in the fire?
Check out this beautiful production. It’s the latest video from Danish Odd Collection and their track 5th Collection. Great job, guys!
This is Patrick Watson with Blackwind.
I’ve liked Patrick, even since I heard him sing To Build A Home. A song that’s really close to my heart.
This video made me smile!
Brooklyn indie pop duo, Matt & Kim perform some entertaining and suggestively choreographed sleep dance moves in their new video for It’s Alright, off last year’s Lightning album.
Really well made!
This is the music video for Better Man Than He by British artist Sivu. Sivu went inside an MRI scanner and sang repeatedly for 2 to 3 hours to make it happen!
I’m such a sucker for men singing like they’re just about to burst into tears. The vulnerability that Icelandic Ásgeir Trausti shows is right up my alley. My God! I’ve heard it on repeat for two days now.
Live version of Heimförin from Ásgeir Trausti’s debut album “Dýrð í dauðaþögn”. Recorded at Hljóðriti studio for Kastljós of RUV (The Icelandic National Broadcasting Service) in september 2012.
Big thanks to @kaspervillum for sharing this with me!
I can’t help but post this song by Australian Matt Corby. It’s called Brother – here in a completely stripped back version. And I’ve heard in on repeat these past couple of days.
Big thanks to the super cool @margearu for presenting him to me!
This is the new video for the song Cirrus by Uk musician, Bonobo. The video is directed by Brighton-ish based director Cyriak, who’s known for his somewhat mind-bending videos. The video for Cirrus is no different. What starts out as a few simple repeating elements soon becomes a chaotic collage of video snippets that take on a life of their own. He says that he uses Photoshop and After Effects for most of his animations.
The wonderful Ben Howard is out with a brand new EP through Island Records/Universal Music! The Burgh Island, it’s called – and the first single from the EP is Esmerelda.
“The four tracks that form Burgh Island EP are united in their dark, menacing, and brooding outlook. It’s a long, way from the blissful warmth of tracks such as Old Pine, Keep Your Head Up, and The Wolves that has defined Ben across British radio stations for the past 12 months”, the press release says.
Tomorrow, Tuesday, Ben Howard will play a concert on Vega in Copenhagen! It’s completely sold out – but I was lucky to get 2 tickets. So I just surprised my younger sister Freja with one of them, so she can join me. She’s a huge fan of Ben Howard too! So we’re both super excited!!