A reflection on the music soundtracked my 2020.
I have used Google Music for the last few years, however it is going away. This has been on the books for awhile. As the lights are slowly turned off on another Google product, here is my reflection on the options and my choice moving forward. YouTube Music The most obvious choice is to simply […]
A reflection on the music that represented my soundtrack for 2019. I enjoy the exercise of looking back at the music that stood out to me across the year. Here then are my thoughts on 2019. Better in Blak (Thelma Plum) Produced by Alex Burnett and David Kahne, Better in Blak has the pop hooks […]
A reflection on the music that represented my soundtrack for 2018.
A reflection on the artists and albums that represented the soundtrack of 2017.
With the recent death of Chris Cornell, lead singer of Soundgarden, I was left remembering of my youth. Whether it be buying the cassingle of My Wave or purchasing the music book for Down on the Upside at a Brashs closing down sale. However, the memory that stands out the most was playing Spoonman as […]
creative commons licensed (BY-SA) flickr photo by mrkrndvs: http://flickr.com/photos/aaron_davis/16006575977 There is something about the Christmas / New Year break and reminiscing. It seems to be a time of year when everyone stops and takes stock. This year has had its moments. It is my first Christmas since my mother passed away. Although sad, I have found solace […]
I have long been encapsulated by Chilly Gonzales and his ‘musical genius’. Whether it be his work with various artists, pop music masterclasses and minor christmas album, I have been enamoured with the way in which he manages to break music down to capture what is essential. I was therefore intrigued by a book on […]
Reflecting on my year in space and my theme of ideas for the new year.
A reflection on my mother passing away and the song that will always take me back to that moment in life. My mother would have been 60 on Saturday if she had not past away in 2014. I knew the moment was coming. She had been told months before that she had cancer. Although there […]