Archive for March, 2012
I can’t help but think that this video was inspired by the hyped and explicit R-rated novel, 50 Shades of Grey. At least that’s what came to my mind when watching Lana drowning in that guys arms…
In any case, this video is a surreal and addicting series of Lana themed images. As much as we want to, we can’t stop posting about her. Here ya go “Blue Jeans”
I’m also enjoying and dancing around to this groovy remix of “Blue Jeans”
I’m on spring break which means it’s wayyyy too late for this but here we go…
My 10 Favorite Songs of 2011 (in no order)
Jacques Greene – “Another Girl”
This song is perfect.
Joy Orbison – “Video Games” Lana del Rey RMX
Wow Lana del Rey… Not that her music or personality wows me in any way but how does she exist? I do love this remix of her song “Video Games” by Joy Orbison. Really great.
The Stepkids – “La La”
Nothing to say about this song. Just listen for the awesomeness of the catchiest wordless chorus ever.
Radiohead – “Separator”
This song is a serious top contender for the most beautiful song Radiohead has ever written. I’d go as far as to say it’s one of the prettiest songs I’ve ever heard.
SBTRKT – “Pharoahs”
One of the best pop electronica/dance songs ever.
SBTRKT – “Hold On”
There’s an emotion captured in this song which really resonates with me. That and Sampha’s vocals hit it real good… I mean realllll goood.
Julio Bashmore – “Well Wishers”
Is there nothing groovier than this?
Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks – “Tigers”
Perfect summer pop
James Blake – “Unluck”
A delicate blend of a post dubstep sound palette mixed with brilliant songwriting.
This is a live version, primarily because I couldn’t find the album version anywhere on youtube but this is pretty good anyway.
Radiohead – “Bloom”
My brother called this “future music” and I’d probably have to agree. So fresh it’s not even here yet.
Wilco – “Art of Almost”
Thundercat – “For Love I Come”
Shabazz Palaces – “Are You… Can You… Were You? (Felt)”
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