Posts Tagged ‘Music’
Happy Manic (Music) Monday. Here’s a little somethin’ somethin’ to listen to while you relax this eve, perhaps sipping some tea (fantasy island of David’s Tea anyone?). While listening over & over to this wonderful new Bon Iver song named after our oily-city, Calgary, don’t forget to watch 90210, ok?
Bon Iver’s self titled album will be released June 21. Just enough time for you to listen to the entire album and learn every lyric for the August 8th show at Sound Academy.
Enjoy & download!
This was posted on NOTED by GFB last week, but we can’t stop listening to it. AMAZING. Also how amazing is this Rolling Stone cover, I think the tousled hair makes it, since we’re used to her perfect updos…what a babe!
Today is a pretty busy Monday for us Canadians (yes….VOTE or die), so maybe this song will help you get through the day. Don’t forget to go to the polls, cause all the cool kids are doing it (i.e. US and everyone else who is cool).
Another week, another Monday, and another new beginning. This song just seems appropriate today.
No matter what happens everything must go on, and everyone just moves forward.
New opportunites, new people, new seasons (SUMMER) and new adventures.
HAPPY MONDAY! (let’s be friends on Hype Machine)
ok so maybe the blizzardy nights haven’t really come to Toronto yet, but next Friday i’m on my way back to Ottawa and allegedly there is snow there. anyways whether it’s blizzarding or if you are just hanging around at home reminiscing with old friends over a mug of eggnog and rum, here are some songs to warm your holiday.
a compilation of christmas classics and indie/pop covers…and two of my faves:
All My Bells Are Ringing – Lenka
Blue Christmas – Elvis
well it’s almost music festival time for me… as of friday I will be packing my bags and heading to Montreal to partake in the Osheaga music festival. the lineup includes: coldplay, the roots, girltalk, lykke li, the yeah yeah yeahs, the arctic monkeys, the ting tings, vampire weekend, and many more…
while i’m sure it won’t be as epic as woodstock, it will just have to do.
in preparation for the weekend, i have decided to share with you some ideas of how to create the perfect outdoor music festival costumes, which will help to set you free and feel one with the music. primary theme: hippie.. packing list to help you out:
- gladiator sandals/wellies (if it rains)
- cutoff jean shorts
- floral dress/onesie
- vintage concert tee
- leggings, plaid and high-waisted skirt
- fanny pack?..debatable
- feathered or scarf headband
- your fave pair of sunnies
and in the always inspirational word’s of the Miss Penny Lane from Almost Famous “it’s all happening…”