Monthly Archives: July 2014

Bands on My iPod: fun.


I did not like fun at first. I mean, the emotion, that is. I always have and always will avoid taking risks for any emotional reward which has drawn the ire of both of my two readers. But enough about … Continue reading

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Bands on My iPod: Franz Ferdinand


Yeah I only have one song by the British dance-rockers and yeah it’s Take Me Out. So what, it’s a great song. Sue me. It sounds like two songs in one with the thirty-second start going into the repetitive three … Continue reading

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Bands on My iPod: Echosmith


It’s very embarrassing for me to like this band. An indie pop-rock band composed of four siblings from California doesn’t sound like it’d be embarrassing, but it’s got a female singer, their lyrics are super unsubtle, and the subjects of … Continue reading

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Bands on My iPod: The Daylights


Phew, now that I got the longest thing I’ll ever write done, I can get back to the easy posts. Like this one about a band that I only have one song from. I looked up The Daylights on wikipedia … Continue reading

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Bands on My iPod: Coldplay


WARNING: The following is 5000 words about Coldplay. If you can make through this in one sitting, you’re crazy. Reader discretion is advised. Okay, let’s clear this up right now. I know it’s hard to tell when I’m being serious … Continue reading

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Bands on My iPod: CHVRCHES


CHVRCHES is pronounced “churches with a v”. Not “chv-ur-ches” like you’d expect. I was first introduced to this band at Deck the Hall Ball (which I wrote about as well). Okay, I did hear “The Mother We Share” one or … Continue reading

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Bands on My iPod: Bleachers


80s music is back, baby! And it’s Bleachers, the solo project of the lead guitarist of fun., Jack Antonoff, that’s leading the charge with the debut album Strange Desire. The album reminds me of Bastille’s Bad Blood with how one-note … Continue reading

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