Speaks to the soul and the wolves in the forest on a foggy night.
After a week of hanging out with friends finally after a very busy summer, I came to a realization that my friends have very good taste in music. Well, not really a realization but a reminder. Either way here is a song I heard while hiking and I enjoyed it. There is a lot of new discoveries when you have a car full of friends and a free auxiliary cable.
Turns out, I haven’t been stuck in an incurable boredom and have been very busy lately anyway, well it might be because I sleep half of the day ohoooo. Anyway, here is a song ^.^
So there’s a K-pop artist that I like and he’s part of a group called C-Clown. His name is Barom Yu and he’s Australian Korean. He’s a rapper/dancer who went by the name Bboy B.Yu (Be You, get it? cute huh?). Before he was a K-pop star he used to post videos of himself dancing on Youtube but it’s been pretty inactive in posting videos ever since his debut, which is reasonable. However, he still posts CTC Crown the Clown vlogs under the official group Youtube.
Anyway, what’s the point of talking about the other Australian Korean that’s not Hanbyul? Well, this Australian Korean has a great taste in music with a whole bunch of random songs I haven’t heard of. He uses a lot of the songs in his videos and he has led me to the artist I shall share today: Jordan Bratton.
Well, this is a day late for World AIDS Day but this was also supposed to be a Music Monday so let’s just pretend I posted this on time. Anyway, here is a song to remind all of you people, how are you gonna live your life if you’re positive?
I’ve grown (well I have always been) fond of loop station/pedal covers. I just never knew what they were called until today for some reason. I’ve made the conclusion that I really enjoy watching how things are developed (especially in stories). It explains why I LOVE beginning a new series, but I’ll get about a little more than halfway or even almost completing it when I’ll stop. So the idea of these loop covers are really nice because I love to watching how people recreate the songs with their own little twist and random noises.
1. Josie Charlwood – Feel Good Inc.
Because I love everything that is Feel Good Inc.
Today was a Monday that I found to be a lot more difficult than I really expected it to be. Ah, I faced a decent amount of stress which is quite unusual. But then again, this happens more often than not on a Monday or Tuesday. Well, I find joy in the idea of quite a relaxing (but not really) day tomorrow and an even better one on Wednesday with spending only 3 and a half hours at school instead of 8! Here’s a song that I hear played by APUSH teacher, whom I have an interesting relationship with. At least he talks to me. Ah, Rosa Parks also plays this song often.