In the last few years, I've just stumbled upon new music and I've loved it. Many different sources such as tv commercials, YouTube and even Songkick have led me to musicians that I couldn't imagine not listening to today. I know that I'll soon have to actively seek out new music...
The first song I heard was Digital World and although I like the other songs I've heard from them, nothing has come close to the awesomeness that is Digital World.
I got a mouthful of hair while headbanging to this song.... worth it!
Now, I know a lot of people don't like...
I'm into bands and artists like:
1) Neon Trees
4) Linkin Park
9) Jason Walker
10) blink 182
13) The Fray
14) Goo Goo Dolls
15) Iron and Wine
that wasn't popular or played on the radio and because of that I considered it awful music. Then as I grew up I learned that my dad wanted to be a studio musician when he was younger and taught himself how to play guitar, bass, piano, drums, and sing but he gave up his dream to...
that are similar to this? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lG5aSZBAuPs
Songs that make you feel like you're falling slowly from the sky, sinking into a cloud.. songs that have a lot of ambience and light beats
and I don't think anyone will like this song discovery that I have found, but I just wanted to share and I don't have anyone in person who would appreciate this either. But anyway I am in love with this band called Sigur Ros and they have these groups of songs called Ba ba, Ti...
but new to me. it's very happy moving jump up and down punk rock. the lead singer was in the Pixies for a bit. And it's nice when a hot chick my age can rock out and sound great!
One night I was up late chatting to a friend in South Africa. We were chatting for awhile when she made a comment on my music selection. She replied, " I noticed that you listen to a lot of the 80`s music." I thought about that after awhile. So on other night I am listening to my...
I love to be introduced to new music....I'm always lurking around youtube, clicking on the titles I don't know....
I want you (yes, you) to give me the title of something you like to listen to....please, share with me one of your faves...the more obscure, the better.....
there's a place that I know
It's not pretty there and few have ever gone
If I show it to you now
Will it make you run away?
Or will you stay
Even if it hurts
Even if I try to push you out
Will you return?
And remind me who I really am
Please remind me who I really am
Bryson Tiller&King Vory - Break Bread Bang Bang - Wiz Khalifa
Dougie F - Wilson Place
Shawn Harris - Love Like Drugs
Bizzy Crook - Oath
Fetty Wap - Trap Nggas
Trevor Jackson - Rock Wit Me
Anderson Paak - Miss Right
Future - Last Breath
Kevin Gates - Smiling Faces
experiencing a new drug. The things that inhibit your mind can be put to a halt with new music, because it will awakens and stimulates your entire brain allowing you to enjoy and feel the emotions of music.
recently - their song "Jenny" is an incredibly powerful song about addiction and those who love people who are in it. Apparently it's a nod to the lead singers sister who has been struggling with drug addiction for years.
for I just stumbled upon her through YouTube and her still shot is what attracted me to listen. But it wouldn't be in my YouTube list if she
didn't play what I enjoy listening to.
and he would pull everyone in the household to join him in his prancing. He discovered this when we were watching the 2006 movie "Charlotte's Web". It has been his favourite so far and mine too.
"A Place In The Sun"
Like a long lonely stream
I keep runnin' towards a dream...
named unknown. he has hardcore rap music and he also has reflextive songs. heres the link soundcloud.com/unknown51316
please check him out he is really good and has more songs to come for all types of people
I like it. Haven't heard of Hozier before.
"Take Me To Church"
My lover's got humour
She's the giggle at a funeral
Knows everybody's disapproval
I should've worshipped her sooner
If the heavens ever did speak
She's the last true mouthpiece
Every Sunday's getting...
Is it possible that a ballad can be hauntingly beautiful and intensely controversial at the same time? Is it possible that a video of a song can actually ellicit different responses from anyone that sees it and can be interpreted in different ways each time it is watched?
now I know of time
For too long I have
Drifted, never turning back
Now I am standing, the tide
I never felt so weak,
'Cos you mean everything to me.
Only you I feel your love
Covering just like a glove
I feel the warmth of your gaze
When I was a freshman in high school I would take public transportation to school every morning, on the way to school I would look out the window and just stare at people. My environment in free form just moving about, I was and still am always amused and fascinated by different...