The Nuclear Family #australianmusic #livemusic (at The Record Crate)
Today is the day of the 3rd Sydney Community Cup.
Would love to see as many people in Henson Park (Marrickville) as possible.
I’m playing for the Sydney Sailors (the red & white jerseys) Keep an eye out for number 16 ;)
The rain is actually the tears of the Whalers.
If you listen into the Band Next Door on 2SER tonight.
we’ll hear my finally completed interview with Kevin Parker about Mink Mussell Creek.
Happy Left handed day to myself and all my leftie friends.
Ibeyi are the stunningly-original duo of Franco-Cuban twin sisters Naomi and Lisa-Kainde Diaz, and they’ve quickly followed their daring and original debut single “Oya” with the rhythmic and elemental "River". They’re creating something new, and it’s a thrill to hear. The Oya EP is out now, and they are at work on their debut album, which will be produced by Richard Russell.
I literally felt like I did not have a choice.
Robin Williams says reblog, you reblog.
did i even really have a choice?
okay robin williams
i hesitated for a second and then considered the repercussions
just gonna reblog…
already 400,00 notesSad
I apologise if I’m a little late to the party.
Normally I stay well away from commercial radio and music stations. But the other night when I was just flicking through the various music channels on TV. I came across this excuse for a song.
I don’t like Kanye. The only thing I don’t mind is going through and finding out the samples he’s used, as most of the time, the original song is obviously way better.
Take ‘Bound 2’ for example. a song that takes it’s entire structure a song already called Bound, by Motown group The Ponderosa Twins Plus One. Plus throw in the ‘Ah-huh Honey’ by Brenda Lee from the song, Sweet Nothings, and you get something that is only barely tolerable.
Then, have the same two samples used again, in the exact same way for a much more electronic dance song, which is marketed as a ‘fresh’ new song, by a pair of DJs.
I’m sorry if I’m missing something here. But if you put on a song like this for shits and giggles. Cool man, do what you want.
But it’s when people start taking this shit seriously, that I really get annoyed with the human race and I honestly feel sorry for these people.
In other words, I blame Kanye and you should always look outside the box when it comes to music, because I am sure you will find something completely left of centre that makes you re-think everything.
Oh man, I wrote that at like three in the morning when I couldn’t sleep. Hence my terrible grammar :)