Wintersleep… not Hibernation

WintersleepOriginal Post: November 24, 2010 There is a band that came out with some music a couple of years ago that i’ve been rocking out to for that same amount of time… The thing is, though, I fully forgot about them this past year and while looking through my library this morning, it just hit …Read More

Justin Vernon (Bon Iver): Hazelton

justin-vernonOriginally posted on October 3rd, 2010: Gotta say, ever since hearing Skinny Love a couple years back, I’ve thoroughly enjoyed listening to the work of Bon Iver. The band formed in 2007 by front man Justin Vernon neatly blends a relaxing voice and an experimental sound. For Emma, Forever Ago, Bon Iver’s first album, released …Read More

Bon Iver – I Can’t Make You Love Me

Bon-Iver-I Can’t Make You Love MeOriginally posted on June 20th, 2011: Ya ya ya. Here’s another Justin Vernon post in anticipation of tomorrow’s much anticipated release of Bon Iver, Bon Iver. Last month, Vernon made an appearance on Jimmy Fallon, surprising viewers with a cover of I Can’t Make You Love Me, Bonnie Raitt’s original track. Although Vernon was supposed …Read More

Jai Paul – BTSTU

Jai PaulHere is the track that i try to get every morning started with. Although it might throw some people off right off the bat with “Don’t Fuck With Me, Don’t Fuck With Me,” you should seriously fuck with this. I am absurdly obsessed with British musician Jai Paul’s track, that was sampled by Toronto Native, …Read More

A Year In New York ft. James Vincent McMorrow – We Don’t Eat

A Year In New YorkOriginally posted on September 18th, 2011: At this point in time there is no need for me reintroduce James Vincent McMorrow, a talented singer-songwriter we’ve already featured a handful of times. However if you are interested in learning a little bit about him and his music, feel free to follow this link, I promise it’ll …Read More

Of Monsters and Men

Of+Monsters+And+MenOriginally Posted on August 29th, 2011: I’m writing about Of Monsters and Men completely understanding there are risks associated with overestimating the potential of a band that only a handful of tracks to their name. That being said, your probably wondering why i’m posting about this six piece Icelandic indie/folk band who don’t even formally …Read More