I’m going to start doing a weekly music chart of what I have been listening to. As you know, I use LastFm and I use this site to make the charts.
This is this week’s chart:
I recommend the following bands:
-Red Snapper ( if you know Red Snapper, you should definitely check out the Redone album. Maybe you haven’t heard it yet)
-TV Girl is very good.
-Cujo is another name for Amon Tobin: the wonderful, innovative and creative man that uses amazing sounds to do futuristic and edgy music.
-Svedaliza is one of my go-to artists right now. It’s some sort of innovative r’n’b mixed with other genres and somewhat experimental. Ison is a great album.
-Abra’s genre is the same as Svedaliza: an r’n’b voice with a strong bass and edgy electronic beats.
-I’ve been listening to Ringo Deathstarr for about an hour and I’m still not sick of it. Catchy alternative tunes and great vocals. You should listen to their album Pure Mood.
-Salvia Palth is mostly there because I play I Was All Over Her almost every day, several times. I love that song.
-She Wants Revenge is an awesome band and you should listen to it.
This is it for this week’s chart. Thank you for reading.
I had a good day and I’m feeling good. I saw the sun today and that is very important to me.
I’m watching John Hopkin’s live performance on KEXP. He’s a really interesting person and this set is very good. If you are a fan of electronic music, you will probably love him. He is my first discovery of today and I’m going to watch other KEXP performances. It’s definitely a good way to pass the time and a good way to find new artists or groups. Oh! I’m seeing the latest KEXP performances and Broken Social Scene is one of them. I love BSS, they have such a unique and soothing sound. This performance is pure magic.
I’m going to the dentist on Tuesday, I haven’t been there in 6 months. I don’t really like going but it’s important for health and appearance. My dentist has a big screen on the chair and she plays videos of beautiful places so I can relax and it helps. This week is all about taking care of myself, seeing a therapist and starting to go outside more. I have to call my therapist tomorrow, apologize for not showing up for the appointment and schedule a new one. Most importantly, go. Just go. I will try not to overthink it. Going outside is just a normal part of life and I will have to do it almost every day of my life. This seems so hard to grasp. But it’s reality. I can’t sit in this bubble forever. I have to do other things outside, work, go out with friends etc. If I start to do it every day or almost, I’ll see improvements soon. I’ve been feeling more comfortable walking outside these days. I think I’m getting used to it, finally.
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