Once again, I’m late on my posting. I found these songs a while ago, but I’m loving them. I’m not sure what they’re saying, but it’s beautiful. I think I found her while stumbling around on Spotify about two years ago. Enjoy!
Okay, I’m cheating—I’m a day late. I forgot to post this yesterday… but I promise you this is worth it.
I was watching Patriots Day with Annie and her sister last week, and I noticed that the music sounded very… familiar.
These two songs are hitting all the right notes for me, and reminds me of some of Trent Reznor’s best work—The Fragile. If you like NIN, you need to check this out. I’m hoping that he does more work like this. It’s breath taking.
And this one is amazing too. I can’t wait to listen to these on my Sennheiser headphones tonight.
Ps. Patrick and some of his friends are hosting headphone/amplifier testing session. There’s going to be nearly two dozen high-end headphones there. It’s going to be bonkers… I’ve got to start picking out songs that I want to test.
I stumbled on this after watching the new Logan trailer. Sounds great on large speakers.
By the way, I am really pumped for Logan and I’m digging the western theme. Looks like it’s coming out on March 3rd. The fact that it’s rated R is a huuuuuuge plus.
I was in another Uber recently, and the driver told me he was in a surf rock band… so I took the liberty of doing a little research and found some stuff last week.
This song sounds suspiciously inspired by The Cure.
Once again, I’m posting some monday music on a tuesday. Lol. Anyway, I found this on an Uber ride home yesterday evening.
In December 2008, after losing my bag in the flight between Casablanca & Bamako, I had no other choice than staying for a while in the capital of Mali. Waiting for my luggage, I was invited by the painter, Oumar Cisse to stay in the neighborhood of Kalaban Coura (3 miles from the airport). Living there with his family, I was playing the guitar in front of the house everyday. That’s how I met up unexpectedly with guitarist-vocalist Kalil Sidy Haïdara.
Kalil has touched me through his style very much inspired by a traditional instrument called an n’goni (small kora). The whole days we spent jamming on the streets of the Kalaban Coura neighborhood brought back memories of another meeting, dating from 2003, with the Moroccan singer-violinist in Marrakech, Jalal El Allouli: absolutely unexpected and intense. What could be more natural than to envisage bringing together our musical feelings through this new project colored with blues, sounds from the desert and, of course, guitars! – Quentin Dujardin
I’m still going through their album, but I’m really digging this song.
Okay, technically it’s not monday anymore, but I wanted to post a little music to get your week going.
So I posted more than one song for this Monday. I figure I need to catch up on my blogging… so there you have it, a little extra for you this week. 😎