Yesterday the power went off around noon, exactly when I was in the middle of writing an essay about disturbed characters in pop music in the eighties. It took almost five hours to find someone that would know what to do, and then to fix the problem. When I finally made it back to my paper, I was with a different mood, so new points of view too. …Pop stars that had problems to be “normal people” (!?) were just chronic unhappy people singing about euphoric fake realities who consequently lost the balance between light and darkness, turning them into beings of twisted morals, which ended destroying the reputation of pop music, and for many people the reputation of human kind’s taste too. This is not reality. I took a break, checked emails and social networks and I found out a bunch of links to music, all really great music, most of them presented due to Valentine’s day, and the rest maybe just coincidentally, or not, with a romantic introduction.
I’m happy we are in the future finally. Now we know, pop was meant for dinosaurs. I don’t mind Valentines, I love good music.
R3’s new remix.
Urban Waves new album Separated from the Sun of Jo Twist. Download it free on its bandcamp page.
Mochipet’s happy Valentines
Heatwolves and the Super Ayi Cleaning Team with the romantic side of Love Bang
King Fisher with a mix featuring ChaCha
And this awesome video by Dan Shapiro of Lamb of God, or a Valentines in Shanghai and how much we love rock.
Mache is a hippie witch that was born under Beltane's full moon. She enjoys talking to ghosts and interdimensional beings, and cooking for her friends and beasts. She has Chilean wine in her veins instead of blood,and at the moment she belongs to China.
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