Sunday, September 8, 2013
No offense, Ky-Ky, but I prefer the Nick-Blixa combination here. Nixa.
Oh god the violin.
I have multiple itunes libraries living on a couple of computers, and when transferring music from one to the other, discovered a cache containing a library circa 2007. It was full of all sorts of music that hadn't made it over on a transfer made at that time.
Now I am continually hearing songs that I loved in past lives and somehow forgot about when they went away. I still love them. Hearing certain songs for the first time in years is sometimes shocking, thrilling and gutting.
I had PJ Harvey's "Dry" on tape (am old) and have scarcely heard it in the last decade. I listened to it the other night and felt like screaming. THIS IS SO GOOD.
Is Suede not super famous? I thought they were. I find living entirely in my own world to be an accomplishment, but sometimes it leads to confusion.
I forgot about this song, and Disintegration in general, until I watched Marie Antoinette last summer. I was amazed at how good it is. What the hell have I been doing? I think I should do a Cure song trawl post where I ramble excessively about my various feelings about various songs. FUNSIES