This is so nifty.
Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue, conducted by Leonard Bernstein.
This band opened for Metric last night. Their band name is misleading — they aren’t Canadian, as I originally assumed.
Source: SoundCloud / The Colourist
A perfect pop accompaniment to a foggy, drizzly Friday.
Factory by Band of Horses
I’ve been listening to these guys on Spotify all day to prep myself for their concert tonight. I love this album and the two before it, but Mirage Rock (their most recent album) just doesn’t do much for me.
At least I know they’ll be wonderful in concert! I’ve seen them twice before. This will be the first time I’ve not been sitting to watch them, and also the first time to see them outside (and it will be 50ish degrees tonight).
We were always meant to be together.
Roxane Gay tells us what it means to be a “bad feminist.”
“I fall short as a feminist. I feel like I am not as committed as I need to be, that I am not living up to feminist ideals because of who and how I choose to be. I feel this tension constantly.”
Listen to the full interview here: http://www.litshow.com/archive/season-07/roxane-gay
Source: SoundCloud / thelitshow
This playlist is not intended to be listened to on shuffle. Enjoy these explorations in Psychedelically-Influenced Pop music. Great for a rainy day.
Giving this a listen…
Julie Cyr joined ROTC and made a commitment to the army in exchange for a full ride through college. She was 19 at the time and didn’t know what to expect of officer training. But on her first day, she met Benjamin Keating.