Longtro.

So, after the post about… something recently… what the fuck was it? Years & Years? Yes, after that post, I had a brief discussion without someone about the intro to the video. I had issues with the length of time before they got to the song. I’m now going to expand on why I thought…

The 1000 Club.

As I mentioned… erm… at some point recently? Was it last night? Weirdly that seems like ages ago. As I mentioned, apparently last night, I was going to look over the music charts from the last three years and work out the songs I’ve listened to the most. I’ve decided to only list the songs…

Enya.

I’m enjoying some Enya. What of it? Incidentally, now that I’m listening to this, all I can think about is that Volvo advert with Van Damme. Both below.

Song Wars 4.

2010 saw the release of Peter Gabriel’s “Scratch My Back” album. The premise was simple, 12 covers using only an orchestra and his vocals. The plan was the release another album along side it, with the 12 artists he covered, repaying the favour by covering one of his songs. That album is called “..And I’ll…

Playlist.

Thought I’d share the songs I’ve mostly been listening to the past day or two whilst I’ve had fuck all in the way of sleep! 

Unsigned.

Obviously, before music acts become signed to a label, whether it’s a biggie or an indie, they produce their own music and more importantly, they have ideas that they can make a music video with little to no help. The best results are always when people find out the hard way that it’s not as…

How’s the music chart looking?

It’s almost the end of the first quarter of 2016. Thought I’d take a look at how my Top 40 listened to songs is looking. I don’t feel like giving it the same amount of effort though, so I’m just gonna do a quick run down of ten new entries that have breached the wall…

It’s Chris. Mr Medcalf, If You’re Nasty.

Next week will mark the 30th anniversary of an 80s classic. Come the 4th of February, Janet Jackson’s Control will be 3 decades old. Is it as good as Rhythm Nation? No. Is it still great? Yes! Rolling Stone even put it at 28th on their list of the 100 Greatest Albums of The Eighties!…

iPodwipe.

Little Charlie Brooker reference for you there. I wiped my iPod a few nights ago. Usually a big decision to start over fresh, but this time it was a pretty easy one to make. After Kate’s birthday party fiasco with the music, transferring the playlist to my iPod had left it bereft of music. I…