In 1995 I made a music video by editing footage of my brother’s Taekwondo and Shaolin-Do exhibitions set to Information Society’s 1992 number one dance chart smash (and I know how closely you followed the dance charts in the early nineties), Peace & Love, Inc. I used two VCR’s, one for pausing, rewinding, and playing,
If this song doesn’t make you happy, uhh… the video will.
Hier ist ein nettes Video von ein paar Jungs aus Wiesbaden.
Englishman has released a new song for streaming from their upcoming EP, Unsafe & Sound. Where Englishman usually favors a stripped-down acoustic approach to recording, this song sees a departure with big, bassy electric keyboards and glam guitars. Aw yiss.
I recently heard Martin Rossiter’s album, The Defenestration of St. Martin, released in December of 2012. It’s a beautiful, sparse record, mostly piano and vocals. As I thoroughly enjoyed it, I decided to look up this Martin fellow, only to find that this was his first solo record, and that he used to be the
Thank you, Daniel Yonts.
I know most of our fellow Lexingtonians have already heard it, but here’s the link for those that haven’t. Matt Duncan released his first full length album in January, and of course it’s filled to the brim with spectacular tunes. Many of them (The Keys, Rube Goldberg Machine, I Don’t Know, and Idle Hands) were