Friday Five :: I’m just a shot away from you

Take Me Out :: Franz Ferdinand Friday Five 5 Things this song reminds me of: 1) The era of indie boy bands for me, between 2004-2005. Nearly every CD I bought that year, and just about every song I threw into a playlist, or mixed CD (with a few exceptions) were comprised of a male-fronted/male-centric indie band – most notably The Libertines, The Killers, Bright Eyes, The Strokes, Bright Eyes, Arcade Fire, and, Franz Ferdinand. 2) My son, Max. He was born the year of this album, and I listened to this album, and this song, quite a lot while … Continue reading Friday Five :: I’m just a shot away from you

Walk the thin line between belief and delusion :: song of the day

Keep Art Alive :: “Obsession” :: Art by Rich Tuzon Untitled¬† (by me) Each step requires wide eyed attention, visible breath like tendrils of memory, left a bit longer then the last words spoken, spin a finger through as it all but disappears. Passerby overheard sentiments, you catch some pieces and fill in the rest, snapshots from someone else’s show, we are all just hand-held parts of the act. The grime of trodden pavement, all stage and spotlight to slip around, or take a seat, become the daily audience participation. Clap your hands, raise a fist, blink twice and risk … Continue reading Walk the thin line between belief and delusion :: song of the day

And I have started loving sorrow along the way :: video of the day

Come Around (live) :: Counting Crows “The longer your life goes on, the harder the decisions become. Inevitably at some point you’re asked to give up something you love for something you love. So, sure, you hope you make the right choice, but there’s nothing wrong with giving up something you love for something you love. I mean if you’re not willing to sacrifice for the things you love, what kind of a person are you? ~¬†Adam Duritz, Counting Crows Continue reading And I have started loving sorrow along the way :: video of the day