Cultivating great musical taste

Archive for July, 2012

Say Hello to………Exlovers

Album cover of Moth

You may have read my review of their album Moth a while back, well here’s the band behind the music. Coming across as mildly eccentric and slightly introspective, these guys are always interesting to chat with.

They’re passionate about music which is all we ask for from a band, and it’s a bonus that their music is so enjoyable. Following the release of their album and a visit to Japan Musical Nourishment catches up with Exlovers vocalist Pete Scott: (more…)

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Song of the Day: Bom Bom by Sam and the Womp

This is one weird song. Bom Bom by Sam and the Womp is a really love it or hate it type track. Usually I go on about how great the lyrics are, or the amazing vocals and sometimes even the seamless way the music works in tandem with the vocals, but none of this applies here. (more…)


Song of the Day: Buffy the Vampire Slayer by Nerf Herder

This has to be the best theme tune to a show ever! I’m having a bit of a Buffy fest at the moment and I always forget how good the music to it is (I even have it in my iTunes). (more…)


Song of the Day: Georgia by Band of Horses

Georgia by Band of Horses is such a catchy piece of music. I first heard it playing on BBC Radio 1 on one of the later shows a while back and was quite intrigued by it. (more…)


Song of the Day: Sea of Love by Cat Power

In a couple of these posts I’ve mentioned how some songs belong in a movie soundtrack. Well, this is exactly where I found this one. (more…)


Song of the Day: Preliator by Globus

This song is awesome, I had completely forgotten about it until a moment ago. Preliator by Globus starts off with a bit of chanting that makes them sound a little like Leaves Eyes. But the track quickly lifts off from that, diving into an altogether more dramatic atmosphere. (more…)


Song of the Day: Let’s Go by Matt and Kim

Let’s Go by Matt and Kim is a pretty cool song, right from the get go it catches you. I actually discovered it here on WordPress through several different blogs. It starts off with irresistible ‘ooooh’s’ and then by the time the verse actually starts you’re hooked. (more…)