Monday, August 10, 2020

Playlist of the Week

For tonight's blog post, I was initially going to post my playlist of Nine Inch Nail's latest 2 ambient albums Ghosts V and VI however that go sidetracked when I started listening to Your Summer Rewind, a playlist Spotify created for me based on my listening habits from last summer. 

According to the playlist, I listened to a lot of cheesy pop, mixed in with some synthpop. I will not apologize for my taste in music that summer 😂. Setting aside the global pandemic, my taste in music is no less diverse. Here is a playlist of my favorite songs this summer 2020 Summer Playlist .

Cheesy pop/rock songs asides, I spent the summer of 2019 listening to a lot of darkwave/synthpop Autumn (US band), Graveyard Club, Ego Likeness, and Them Are Us. My listening habits from last summer isn't totally horrible 😜.

Songs to Check Out:
"Persona Non Grata" by Ego Likeness
"Beginnings" by Autumn (US band)
"Witchcraft" by Graveyard Club
"Grey Water" by Them Are Us

Saturday, August 8, 2020

Music I Am Currently Listening to 8/2-8/8



Friday, August 7, 2020

My Current Favorite Songs of the Week

TGIF! Here is this week's playlist. My taste in music has been all over the place this week, ranging from the country sounds of The Chicks to the classic rock sounds of Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers.

Songs to Check Out:
"Junior" by  Westkust
"All Human Beings Pt. 3" by Max Richter
"Birth of Violence" by Chelsea Wolfe
"P((o))WR" by Lady Midnight
"Immigrant Song" by Karen O. and Trent Reznor/Atticus Ross 

Thursday, August 6, 2020

My 10 favorite albums to listen to during quarantine

Curve: Way of Curve

Fleetwood Mac: Rumors

The Chicks: Gaslighter

Max Richter: Voices

Margo Price: That's How Rumors Gets Started

Bob Seger: Stranger in Town

Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers: Damn the Torpedoes!

Westkust: Westkust

Amy Winehouse: Back to Black

Brandi Carlile: The Story

Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Cover songs that are better than the original version

This post was inspired by a tweet by Charlotte Clymer, an LGBTQ activist I follow on Twitter. She had tweeted out this afternoon that she will never accept Natalie Imbruglia's version of "Torn" is a cover. Well it got me to thinking about cover songs that are actually better than the origina versions.