Archive for the ‘Music’ Category

Change
November 4, 2008

John Mayer – Waiting On The World To Change [Acoustic]

Thought it was an appropriate song being Election Day.

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Hip-Hop Saved My Life
October 23, 2008

Lupe Fiasco – Hip-Hop Saved My Life (Feat. Nikki Jean)

Tracks like “Paris, Tokyo” and “Superstar” had me avoiding Lupe’s music. But after giving his album, The Cool, a listen, I am glad to have found that he also does real music. There are a couple great tracks on the disc, including the one I posted above. Enjoy!

Lovebug
October 19, 2008

Jonas Brothers – Lovebug

Absolutely hate the JoBros, but I love Camilla Belle. That’s reason enough to post this video. Enjoy!

BoA debuts in America
September 10, 2008

BoA – Eat You Up [Preview]

Korean Japanese popstar, BoA, is attempting to break into the US music scene Akon-style (I can only assume that synthesizing her vocals is an attempt to mask her horrificly fobby English). And that blip of a song only serves as a harbinger for a disasterous career. In truth, she failed before she even begun.

Sidenote: Why does she keep insisting her name be spelled: Capital B-Lowercase O-Capital A? Maybe she and Bank of America can work out an endorsement.

Hush! Jobs Speaks!
September 9, 2008

New iPods (of the nano and touch variety) were announced today. Yup.

Pretty colors.

Talib Kweli
June 2, 2008

Talib Kweli – Listen

“Talib Kweli (born Talib Kweli Greene, 1975) is a rapper from Brooklyn, New York. He is one of the most prominent rappers in underground hip-hop, and is critically acclaimed frequently, despite not being incredibly commercially successful. His name is Arabic, meaning ‘the seeker’ or ‘student of truth and knowledge’.” – Last.fm

Enjoy!

June’s here!
June 1, 2008

Jamiroquai – Seven Days in Sunny June

So enjoy one of my favorite songs.

“It Was The Freshest Move I’d Ever Seen”
April 26, 2008

Utah Saints – Something Good

ViPR
April 18, 2008

Check it out: it’s a service (hopefully a free one) that identifies media covers in your photos (i.e. books, DVDs, CDs) and sends you an e-mail with the information on the pictured title.

Now, this is either super cool or somewhat stupid. Let me explain. Unless this works on say, foreign media, it is rather quite useless. I can easily read a title in English, type that into Amazon and get all the information I could need. I also think that this service could also do quite well with some audio identification. Send in a part of a song you recorded off the radio or in an elevator and have them reply with the song’s information.

Run Away, Love
March 8, 2008

Ludacris – Runaway Love (Feat. Mary J. Blige)

I stumbled across this song as I was shuffling. It shows more mature side to Ludacris’s music. I’m really liking this song so here’s to hoping you do too. Enjoy!