And it's not fun. It's also February, which is nice I guess. Monthly playlist will be up in about a week so we can see if anything good comes out this month, until then, please wait for me to feel better! Oh, and listen to Thotiana, I'm obsessed with this dumb shit. https://youtu.be/DSuqP7s7_Fc
Okay but, this is actually amazing and simultaneously messed up. I know I'm sick and fackin' tired of garbage SoundCloud rent-a-rappers polluting my shuffle and bad recommendations, but at the same time..... Can you imagine every Radiohead inspired (read: derivative) indie band that took acid to help them write rhymes being able to see how... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/0CD0DggtZVk I think everyone knows by now that I don't really listen to music like this and that I dislike ballads/midtempos unless they're performed by powerhouse vocalists (of which "G Flip" is not by my taste), but there's something that bothers me way more about this entire thing than the song itself. WHY IS THE... Continue Reading →
Thank you all for continuing to read Life Polyphony. I started this site on a whim and I've had a great time meeting new people, going to shows, and writing about music I love and want to share. I'm in a bit of a transitional period as I've just moved into a new home so... Continue Reading →
How have I had this blog for 10 months now?! Life Polyphony is almost a year old..... Anywho, I'd like to leave a small roadmap of things coming up in the near future : Updated Holiday playlist A separate monthly playlist for December (since last year I only did a Christmas playlist) A few more... Continue Reading →
Happy Thanksgiving, next.
In what could possibly be the wildest music chart event of the year, the black sheep of Mariah Carey's discography, conceptual 1980's disco pop LP "Glitter" (that also doubled as the soundtrack for Carey's critically maligned box-office failure companion film) has shot up the iTunes charts in multiple countries across the world for virtually no... Continue Reading →
I'm almost convinced that there's no real explanation for this fascinating phenomenon. Now, I'm as big of a Cardigans fan as any one else out there, but I can't name another country besides Japan that has put out so many awesome covers for one band, and i'm going to post them here so that you... Continue Reading →
I don't ever want to use my platform to get political, but considering Fiona Apple and the joke of a body snatcher running around dressed up as Kanye West are pretty established musicians, I figured this was appropriate to share. Make of it what you will. Good night!