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In their words /// Jamie Farrell on 'Buckle Up'

“Buckle Up” was written out of the realisation that life happens and it can unfortunately take your focus away from your partner. However, I’ve found that setting aside that all-important “us time” can bring you back to the exciting flirtatious couple that you once were before responsibilities overtook pleasure in your list of priorities.

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Lost Generation - Why I Made This Blog

It was a documentary I saw on BBC Four which pushed me to make this blog. You know the type; greyed, ageing baby-boomers reminiscing about their childhood days, and longing for a return to the swinging sixties, or whenever, when their hair was longer and heart palpitations far less common. 385 more words


James Blake Live @ NPR

I feel like I probably posted about James Blake somewhere on here before. But why not post about him again, he’s a pretty damn good musician and more people should be aware of his talent and music. 185 more words


In their words /// Whicha Mirrors on 'Lightyears'

Lightyears was conceived in the Summer of 2011. Inspired by a timelessness felt both in our evolving friendship and in our surroundings. The themes of eternal youth, love, life & death, and reincarnation are prevalent in the track.

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What I've Been Listening To Non-Stop

Very excited to purchase Kwabs’ new EP. Check out his debut track, “Walk.”


British Invasion Redux

Last night I went to a great music concert/fundraiser in Austin courtesy of my sister-in-law who works for Health Alliance for Austin Musicians or HAAM… 60 more words


Face to face with Empire Affair

Elevating, light, extremely inspirational music by Empire Affair is made for making your heart beat faster and your mind go dizzy with excitement. The band’s third EP ‘Pangs’ is out in September and this is the record to enjoy to the full and keep you sunny on long, cold winter nights. 869 more words

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