Category Archives: Music

Shuffling On My iPod: The Black Keys

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The Black Keys – Fever


Shuffling On My iPod: Disclosure feat. Sam Smith

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Latch – Disclosure feat. Sam Smith


Shuffling On My iPod: Charlotte OC

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Charlotte OC – Hangover


Shuffling On My iPod: Charles Bradley & The Menahan Street Band

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Charles Bradley & The Menahan Street Band – Dusty Blue


Shuffling On My iPod: Hozier

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Hozier – Take Me To Church


Cover Me Monday: Life Round Here

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It’s been a while since I did one of these but this seemed like a good time and song to do one since I had been listening to the remix (i guess that is what you’d call it) of “Life Round Here” by James Blake that he released with hip-hop artist Chance the Rapper and planned on posting it as a Shuffling On My iPod entry. But then I heard the cover by Ellie Goulding and Angel Haze.
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Shuffling On My iPod: Karen O

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If you can listen to this song and not get an overwhelming case of the feels then you are just one cold-hearted bastard.
Karen O – The Moon Song


Shuffliing On My iPod: Busta Rhymes & Q-Tip

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If this is an example of what these two are going to be doing on their mixtape collaboration (with the incredibly cool title of The Abstract & the Dragon) then I really need them to release it ASAP!
Busta Rhymes & Q-Tip – Butch and Sundance


Shuffling On My iPod: Alice Russell

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Justifying my continued watching of the new NBC show THE BLACKLIST, was discovering this soulful Brit songstress who really needs to be just as big as Adele in my estimation.
Alice Russell – Citizens


Cover Me Monday: I Say A Little Prayer

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I have been in a bit of Burt Bacharach mood musically lately. Nothing soothes the savage beast like the polished production of the Bacharach oeuvre and while going through my iTunes collection of Bacharach songs I have listened to many of the same song being interpreted by different artists and it is something how Bacharach’s songs lend themselves to reinvention without ever losing that quality that makes them so recognizable as a Bacharach song. One song in particular that I have been having an auditory duel with is “I Say A Little Prayer”.

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