The space between whats wrong and right is where youll find me hiding waiting...– Dave Matthews Band
So guess where I am right now? I am in Jerusalem at a hotel that happens to have alot of weddings especially during the spring or summer (aka this time of year). I am sitting in the lobby listening to loud celebratory music at a happy Jewish wedding! Mazel tov! Unfortunately I have not been able to update you guys yet about my distractions and music picks since I left for Israel on May 23. ...
As you may/may not remember from earlier, tomorrow I am going to be heading off on a trip to the middle east (SO EXCITED!) for about 3 weeks. I am unsure if I will be able to update my blog at all while I am gone but I hope to be able to do so even if it means only once. I will be back on June 15 so get ready for an awesome continued blog then! Meanwhile, find some cool distractions on the...
copycats: Remember Me by Tame Impala originally...
It doesn't take that long to convert a person from...
gracenmichelle: michellesexbf: gracenmichelle: Right, Chris? CASE. IN. POINT.
This is another band from London, England. I found some interesting facts about this group: (from Wikipedia) The members of the band met at Elliot School, which I believe must be a secondary school. Other notable bands have roots at Elliot School, including Hot Chip (another one of my favourites) and Burial. The song “Intro” was used in an AT&T commercial. for more take a look...
Have you ever wondered, for instance, why it is that so many politicians always...– Riane Eisler (via azspot) After taking a sociology 100 course, this quote reflects everything I have learned. Completely dead on.
O I make mistakes and you just say it’s growing pains When I feel ashamed...– La Roux, “Growing Pains”
copycats: Video Killed the Radio Star by Anaïs Croze of Nouvelle Vague originally by The Buggles (via twentyfourbit) such a good song!
As soon as I got into the television show Mad Men I was drawn to the theme music and it did not take me a lot of poking around the internet to find out that it was originally by RJD2. Becoming curious, I searched for more of their songs and realized that I had heard their song “The Horror” before and knew that they must be a big deal. Other songs that delight my ears are...
Snapshot of the Day 5/19
townlow-nyc: - via remembermeasatimeofday awesome pic!! had to reblog this
boygaga: Dream Cop - Daily Mirage here’s their...
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I am a huge fan of the show Mad Men. (If you have never seen it, go to watch-series.com to find every episode and get cracking!) This site allows people to create cartoon characters in the 1960s professional Mad Men-ish kind of style. It’s great, your finished images can be used for Facebook, Twitter, desktop background and just about anything!
Another amazing band hailing from the UK with a real creative force unlike any other. There are a few myths about this band that need to be stated if you have never heard them before: 1. Although the album artwork/most of the singing is of one of the band members, it is actually a duo. 2. Elly Jackson is the front and center girl while Ben Langmaid brings up the rear. He does not attend live...
Cuz there’s a hole where your soul should be and it’s really...– Lily Allen
Michelle: Cassie’s great in the sack… as long as she’s not...– Skins (Season 1, episode 1)
Florence and the Machine- The Dog Days are Over →
A song appearing in season 3 of skins (“effy”). Love this song. Here is the music video
Hello! I am not sure if anyone may have even started looking at my pathetically bare looking page yet, but in the hopes that someone has, I want to give them some insight into whats been happening and what will be happening soon. There are a few things you should know about what influences my taste in music. Have you ever heard of the British television show called Skins? ...
This is the best site for finding television on the internet quickly without having to download anything. I know that probably the entire world knows about it already, but its great! Only drawbacks are all the pop ups and ads that keep getting in the way but totally worth it!
a site that provides countless numbers of songs available for uploading specifically (not downloading) thereby eliminating much of the risk associated with listening to music over the internet.
I’m not dumb. I just have a command of thoroughly useless information.– Calvin and Hobbes~Bill Watterson
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