Enough Talk, More Music!!!

Leave a comment

Remember the days the blogaruu was popping off on a daily basis? Remember that?! Fun days. Where has it all gone wrong. Or right. Past two weeks have been quite quiet on le blogaruu. Good for me, bad for you. Seeing this means more than likely doing something ridiculous, fun and surreal all together at once. Yet real, really fun and no longer ridiculous. Pretty mighty. In fact, the past two weeks have been funking savage! I’ll attempt to gibber it out in the next blogaruu. Parts at least. Until then, some music gibber to get me back in the flow. Seeing as I just got an odd urge for cheese. Don’t even like cheese. Along with an even odder urge to get to work. Write. Scribble. Release. Time to turn up the gibber flow a notch. Let the mind run dumbly free. Anyways, enough talk, more music!

1. Butterfly Farm – Kai Elle

Randumb Useless Fact: First name is actually Kyle. Kai Elle… Kyle… Get it?! Took me ages.

2. The Shore – Basia Bulat

R.U.F: Apparently. Born somewhere around the time of late 1983, early 1984. Nice and vague. Seriously. Wiki it. Also. Playing these two songs in a row makes me stare at the wall. Or into the distance. Which is maybe why I got the urge for cheese. And to write. Shores and farms.  Sweet Jesus, easy to tell I haven’t gibbered in a while. Rusty and rambling. Mighty. End of.

3. Tumbling Dice – The Rolling Stones

R.U.F: Rolling Stone magazine ranked it as #424 on their list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. First time hearing it today. Who. What. What?

4. Show Me Your Stuff – Diamond Rings

R.U.F: Also a member of post-punk pop rock band, D’Urbervilles. Off the top and bottoms of my head, not a clue what a post-punk pop rock band sounds like.

5. Tell Me (Clock Opera Remix) – Au Revoir Simone

R.U.F: The band’s name comes from a line Pee-Wee Herman says to a character named Simone in Pee Wee Herman’s Big Adventure.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s