the oh so quiet show

Dancing Animals in Love

This can go two ways.


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It’s possible to say both though. I think that’s what I did.

I took down the Mew mp3 and the Shins mp3 because they were hugely screwing with my bandwidth. Solution? Buy the albums: Mew – And the Glass Handed Kites, The Shins – Wincing the Night Away

new Magnet stuff

Okay, I’m already making another post…why?

MAGNET. The artist that I love dearly, that few other people care about…(okay, that’s not true, but his fans aren’t concentrated in the US so being a Magnet fanatic can feel lonely).

I’m not a horrible webmaster; I just don’t get much info. So while randomly looking at website stats, I found some news about his upcoming album. It’s coming out on March 26th (in Norway, at least) and will be called “The Simple Life”…which I don’t know if I can get used to since it just reminds me of the reality TV show. But. Well. [shrugs]

You can listen to one of his new songs, “Lonely No More”, at The song is rather upbeat and happy feeling, which is good…right? Even if I absolutely love his depressing stuff? I WANT DEPRESSION! Give to me.

I mean…this is lovely. I’m not used to it yet, but I suppose I will be after I play it a gazillion times. Wee!

Oh, on second thought this song actually is depressing because it reminds me of my loneliness. Sweet! I feel better now.

somewhat alive


I don’t update this thing much anymore, as you may or may not have noticed. If I’m making monthly posts, my heart probably isn’t into it. I think a whole semester of decrease music listening took its toll on me.

So, what’s the point of this message? Er…just to say that I’m not dead, but I’m not going to update this blog very often either. Meaning that if you are a involved in music PR/marketing whatnot, you shouldn’t bother emailing me or sending me CDs or anything of that sort because I’ve gotten to the point where I just delete emails and stare at a pile of unlistened CDs. Sorry. :[

On that note, here is a nice song:

green thing
what the hell is that green thing?

Andrew BirdA Nervous Tic Motion Of The Head To The Left