SO, this song has just been on repeat in my life for a few months now. You may recognize it from 28 Days Later during the grocery store scene. It starts with the most wonderful element of pop and happiness and then it crashes into chaos. These two themes don’t fight for space, but instead coexist and come in waves throughout. I think it’s really symbolic of the scene in the movie because they found this one small moment of pleasure and joy midst an almost apocalyptic zombie infection. Great song. Great lyrics.
Don’t change your name Keep it the same For fear I may lose you again I know you won’t It’s just that I am unorganized And I want to find you when Something good happens
SO, we’ve had the same playlist at my store since the winter holidays and our sound system decided to stop working. Our options were to work all day without music and basically in silence between talking to customers and each other OR to go next door to American Eagle and borrow one of their old CD’s to listen to. Needless to say, we did the latter and it’s been awesome. This track is among many live versions of awesome songs (e.g. a live version of Ready for the Floor by Hot Chip [which I might post]) and work is finally bearable again. Enjoy!
SO, Passion Pit’s second LP finally dropped and this is the first track (actually video) I heard from the album. And it’s pretty obvious at first listen that this album is going to be different. This track has a seriously slowed down vibe compared to their last album. I’m still giving the rest of the album a listen, but it sounds like a great mix of tracks with the same punch and WTF am I hearing in the background sounds. It seems to be simplified, yet it still has that grand and huge sonic range their known for.
I just recently downloaded their discography and I’m rediscovering why I loved OK Go so much. This is a really great, down-tempo track and I’m sure more from this and their freshman, self-titled album are sure to be on JotD.
SO, basically I love The Strokes, so I was super excited to hear about a new album. The single, “Under Cover of Darkness,” came out and I was ecstatic to hear that they hadn’t lost their flair. Unfortunately, they album released and it just didn’t have the same feel as First Impressions of Earth (let alone Is This It or Room on Fire). Safe to say that I was disappointed in the album, but with each listen I start to like it more and more and I’m starting to appreciate it as on its own terms. So, “Call Me Back” is a Casablancas and Valensi track, which is surprising because it’s really pulled back for a Valensi track. Despite all of this, this is a track I’ve really come to enjoy and I liken it to “I’ll Try Anything Once.” Enjoy!
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