SHMNS. Dream Sweet by SHMNS. Marinate in Melancholy: A Playlist of Wonderfully Miserable Songs. A gloriously melancholy playlist to kick off 2014 compiled with suggestions from the DiS community.
For a lot of people January is a time filled with promise. A fresh start. A clean slate. So many things that weren't conceivably possible a few weeks ago suddenly become attainable goals. This promise of self-improvement puts such pep in a certain sort of person's step, that you'd think Grandma's port was still cruising through their veins. It's not so much the hollow gesture, it's the way this automated new year greeting has become some sort of demand that really gets my goat. To fly in the face of these donut-dodging, joy-stuffed, 30-day detoxers, DiS decided to spend so-called 'Blue Monday' canvassing our community for their favourite "wonderfully miserable" songs.
It’s going to be filled with albums you agree with, artists you hate and some sort of commentary that you probably disagree with. This list is no different. However, rather than ranking these in order of importance or influence, we decided to pick 30 Albums that Define Cool. It’s not a “Best of XXXX” list by any stretch of the imagination (because honestly, that would be presumptuous), just thirty albums that we think are cool. These things tend to spark huge debates, so feel free to let us have it in the comments. London Calling – The Clash Long before Punk Rock was about frosted tips and dudes wearing eyeliner, there was The Clash. Legend – Bob Marley & The Wailers The likelihood of anyone reading this having heard of Reggae music without Bob Marley is unlikely. The Dark Side of the Moon – Pink Floyd Four words: The Wizard of Oz. 10 videos musicales.
Clay Rodery Si eres de los que cree que el arte del videoclip está en decadencia, seguramente estás en lo cierto.
Pero es a veces, en ese punto en que un arte alcanza tal madurez en empieza a pudrirse, cuando la vida empieza a poseerlo. Es en la decadencia donde surgen los “enfants terribles”, esos seres que al destruirlo todo dejan al descubierto ruinas subterráneas y antiguos ídolos. Los animadores y directores de estos videos hace mucho se excedieron con sus dosis de Hendrix y Ovidio. Así que te advierto que no te pedirán permiso para conectar y desconectar cables en tu cerebro. Estoy seguro de que tus ojos disfrutarán el masaje psicodélico, pero los efectos posteriores son incalculables. Intentarás explicarte lo que pasa, pero lo único que vas a lograr es enredarte en un laberinto de palabras que te llevará a un callejón sin salida y a un espejo.
I know it’s Wednesday, but in light of my going AWOL last Friday I’m releasing two playlists this week. The first is very near and dear to my heart: freaking cover songs. I can’t get enough of cover songs, they are my musical weakness. This week more than ever, I want you commenting if your favorite is missing. About the list: Of course, there are multiple covers of the same song. 1. Tunebot - Music Search. SoundCloud Downloader.
YouTube Video Converter and Download - ClipConverter.cc. The 25 Most Exquisitely Sad Songs in the Whole World. 50 Best Albums Of 2012. It’s only at the end, with ‘Constellations’ and the equally revelatory prospect of an Enter Shikari ballad that they hold their hands up.
Among the (actually quite gorgeous) twinkling and twirling, Roughton declares (actually quite prettily) that “I am lost, so lost”. It’s not quite ‘screw everything, let’s party’, but it is an admission, after so much gonzoid hubris, that the solutions might not be found down the disco, but at least the conversation can begin. It might look like a tragedy, but like the story of Pandora’s box, this fearsome record still concludes with hope. Dan Martinwww.nme.com ‘Aftershave Ocean’ and ‘All In Vain’ make for the biggest surprises – lush and nostalgically sweet, they prove that The Vaccines can still write a killer hook without necessarily firing on all cylinders. The trio’s self-titled debut is full of torment. From start to finish, it has an educated and intense eye on the dancefloor, and it sounds fantastic.
Musical Martyrs: Bands Whove Been Punished for Their Politics. Visualize your favourite tunes online. Go See Live Shows. 16 Awesome Found Footage Music Videos. Thanks to non-linear editing software and various forms of piracy, we don't have to rely on our favorite artists to create great music videos for the songs we love.
We can do it ourselves, and that's what the Internet has been doing in abundance for years. CHART's got such an appreciation for these labours of love that we scoured the Internet for the best examples and posted them here. Did we miss any? Let us know in the comments. Ratatat – “Drugs” <a href=" src=" alt="" width="640" height="340" /><br />Watch this video on YouTube</a> HOLY SHIT (Matt Fishbeck & Ariel Pink) – “I Don't Need eNeMiEs”