Tag Archives for music
If you’re one of the people who claim to have problems going to sleep, this guy Moby is the one who did the “Extreme Ways” song on the Jason Bourne soundtrack (The Bourne Legacy, which I liked). Apparently he also … Continue reading
The soundtrack songs make all the difference, in this series of treatments of movie Gravity.
File this under Signs of the (Mayan?) Apocalypse: Rush Featured on NPR. Wow. I recently saw Rush play a show in Atlanta. The crowd ranged in age from five to the mid-fifties, embracing both lank-haired teenage skateboarders and heart surgeons. … Continue reading
Empirical evidence suggests that a typical CD jewel case weighs between 3.0 oz and 3 1/8 oz. Let’s call it 3.1 oz. I have to ship about 864 of them to Alaska. That means I’m shipping 164 lbs. of jewel … Continue reading
Looking at iTunes, I see my top song this year was “40 Day Dream” by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes. I listened to it 137 times. A few of those must have been in 2010, since I bought it … Continue reading
Here’s a funny song. Strong (NSFW) language warning, though: Kudus: Megan McArdle.
I’d love to be able to get “The Dark Side” from iTunes or Amazon. But right now, it’s only available at the composer’s site.
…to like Rush? That’s what it says in the Toronto Globe and Mail: Both the book and the film attempt to come to grips with a band that has had the most unusual career trajectory, defying age and the loathing … Continue reading
New music is one of the unexpected benefits of having suddenly discovered the awesomeness that is the TV show Chuck. I hardly listen to the radio, and the radio stations up in the high desert are why. We don’t even … Continue reading
It hasn’t been that long since they came out with an album of new material, but I see that Relient K has released a compilation album: The First Three Gears. If you’d like to fill in the gaps in your … Continue reading