Saturday, June 23, 2012


Spoiler warning, but who really cares?

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Sunday, June 26, 2011

Halo 3: ODST Original Soundtrack

Beautiful? Check.
Atmospheric? Check.
Fitting? Check.
 You listening to it? Check.

Saturday, June 18, 2011

It's my sister's birthday

So I made her a mix CD of various bands I thought she'd like. Been so busy lately, figured I might as well give you guys something to listen to as well.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

T-Pain's "Church"

No real post today, just wanted to share this song. I don't really like hip-hop and rap, but this fucking song is the shit. Incredible: enjoy.

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Lyre le Temps

Unfortunately, the obscurity of great foreign bands is still something that the internet has trouble with. In a world where you can receive information on almost any subject imaginable (including those purely imaginary), it's often shocking to find out that much of the solid facts are completely absent. Save for those who speak the language, in this case French, and may be one with the web culture, knowledgeable of the extensive resources out there that are unbeknownst to singular linguists such as myself; we may never really know all there is to find out about them. What I do know, I have copied from their page biography, surely written by a fan. 

"Lyre Le Temps, is first the dream of three music lovers: travel through the twentieth century. Although each actor wears a different color music, they share the same interest for the major genres that have influenced the twentieth century - especially jazz. And the singer pianist Ry’m, which highlights this aspect by his talent for improvisation: all voice and piano present on different tracks were recorded in one take, and nothing was written in advance. Then a first fusion takes place with Amorphous, DJ, rapper and hip hop instrumentalist, who plunges his collection of old vinyl records to create instrumental hues old. Finally, II contributes to the electronic mail to all, whether in the construction and evolution of different titles, in the effects and mastering general, or in electronic batteries."

What I can tell you, however, is that Lyre le Temps is very similar to another one of my favorite bands: Caravan Palace. Blending swing jazz and the modern electro scene, Lyre le Temps is a unique subsidiary of a growing library I like to call Electroswing.