Posts Tagged With: i dig music

a tune for Tuesday vol 175

The more I hear this song, the more I enjoy it.
I like the melody, kind of boppy (is that even a way to describe music anymore?), but that’s undermined by the darker lyrics.

Just off the highway
Beyond the part of primrose
They’re there in absentia
It’s a gallant, faint home
No no, you’re not invited
The door is always closed
There’s an ugly inside it
It’s where the pretty kids go
It’s where the pretty kids go

At the end of somewhere
Just beyond the turn
There’s a distant fire
I can smell it burn
See the shadows dancing
In the amber glow
Just outside of nowhere
It’s where the pretty kids go
It’s where the pretty kids go

Bad intentions
Broken by design
No exceptions
We’re just wasting time
If you don’t drink to Kool-Aid
Then you’ll really never know
What poison tastes like
It’s where the pretty kids go
It’s where the pretty kids go
It’s where the pretty kids go

Go
Go, go

Just burned the city
Above that noise
When it’s straight in madness

Clearly I’m on about otherness lately…

Please listen responsibly.

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a tune for Tuesday vol 174

This song was the September feature on Sameer Gadhia’s Point of Origin.
I love it musically.
I encourage you to listen to the lyrics.
The way Brittney Parks explores her otherness through the concept of how she wears her hair speaks to the young girl in me.

Am I good enough, am I good enough?
About time I embrace myself and soul
Time I feed my selfish soul

This is Selfish Soul by Sudan Archives.
Let me know what you think.

Please listen responsibly.

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a tune for Tuesday vol 173

Heard this one on the Advanced Placement show and knew straight away I’d be sharing it with y’all.
My love for Vampire Weekend is no secret, so when Ezra provided guest vocals for this Phoenix song, I was all over it.

Check out Tonight by Phoenix featuring Ezra Koenig and let me know what you think!

Please listen responsibly.

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a tune for Tuesday vol 172

This song, y’all!
I can’t listen enough.
Love the musicality.
Love the lyrics.

Wake up, wake up, wake up, wake up, wake up, wake up
Wake up, wake up to life, to life
Nirvana on the last try

I present Wake Up by Young the Giant.
Let me know what you think.

Please listen responsibly.

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a tune for Tuesday vol 171

This one is living rent free in my head and I’m cool with it.
Here’s Die Out Here by De Wayne (featuring Poorstacy)
Have a listen and let me know what you think.

Please listen responsibly.

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a tune for Tuesday vol 170

This song is some curious amalgamation of an enormous heart hug and a roundhouse kick to your soul and I am so here for it!

Here’s Unconditional I (Lookout Kid) from Arcade Fire.
Let me know what you think.

Please listen responsibly.

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a tune for Tuesday vol 169

I’ve never been the biggest Panic! at the Disco fan, but this song though!

Check out Viva Las Vengeance and let me know what you think.

I don’t wanna be a diva I just wanna be free

Please listen responsibly.

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a tune for Tuesday vol 168

I love this song, y’all!

I love the lyrics.
I love the funk element.
I love the way it makes me want to move.

Check out Settling by Ripe and let me know what you think.

Please listen responsibly.

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a tune for Tuesday vol 167

This movie stayed in my heart for weeks.
I love Elvis. Always have, always will.
The soundtrack is honestly overwhelming…in the best way.

This is Maneskin with If I Can Dream.
Let me know what you think.

Please listen responsibly.

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a tune for Tuesday vol 166

This song has been around the block once or twice, but I heard it again the other day. I was reminded how much I love the way Australian singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett tells stories in her songs.
Check out Elevator Operator and let me know what you think!

Please listen responsibly.

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