Cultivating great musical taste

Archive for August, 2012

Song of the Day: I Am Not a Robot [Starsmith 24 Carat Remix] by Marina and the Diamonds

She might be poptastic but I do love a bit of Marina. I find that her lyrics have a more sincere meaning that most artists even bother to think about. I Am Not a Robot is one of her most famous songs and, as much as I never thought I would ever say this about a song, the remix is even better! (more…)


Song of the Day: We Come One by Faithless

Heya everyone!

I’m very sorry for the prolonged silence, I found myself unexpectedly busy with no time to prepare posts. Anyway, I’m back with my Song of the Day which is We Come One by Faithless. (more…)


Album Review: These are the Good Old Days by The Finest Hour

This 12 track album comes to just under 60 minutes and I can honestly say that These are the Good Old Days is truly their finest hour, give or take a few minutes.

It’s full of everything that you can expect from a good band. Variety, strong performance, strong lyrics, entertainment and above all else utter enjoyment. (more…)


Mode Moderne Announce Tourdates

Mode Moderne are a brilliant band hailing from Canada, they put their brooding lyrics and vocals alongside upbeat music and as a result create some fantastic and unforgettable music. You can read a review of their album Strange Bruises. (more…)


Song of the Day: Waves by Blondfire

Thank you WordPress for once again introducing me to an awesome song. I would have tagged the blog I found Waves by Blondfire on, but I got carried away listening to the music and then my computer crashed before I could commit the name to memory. (more…)


Song of the Day: Asleep by The Smiths

Now, I’m not a massive fan of The Smiths, if their music comes on I listen, but I haven’t rifled through their back catalogue. As such I haven’t heard a song of theirs as soft and mesmerizing as Asleep. (more…)


Song of the Day: Drive by Incubus

Okay okay. So this has a lot to do with nostalgia.

Do you guys remember that game Donkey Konga? It basically had the same premise as the dance mat except you had bongos and you had to hit and clap along according to the notes on the screen. Well my absolute favourite to play on that was William Tell Overture but Drive, by Incubus was up there too (I think it was on the second game). (more…)