I wish I’d known you then :: VOTD

Palomine :: Bettie Serveert from the album, Palomine Directed by Tamra Davis Palomine is the title track from the first album by the Dutch indie band Bettie Serveert, Palomine. In Europe, Palomine was released in 1992 on Guernica, a short-lived subsidiary of 4AD Records; in the United States, it was released on Matador Records. (A …

And your heart fades away :: SOTD

Keep Art Alive :: Art by Bente Schlick "Touch my hand, it's only me, listen; I'm here. Come to stand, in sultry fields, with you." The sun outside Louise's kitchen window trickles in through the closed blinds, and a cool breeze sneaks in because the apartments, they are full of leaks and holes. The music …

He’s in a bunch of movies :: VOTD

Spin the Bottle :: Juliana Hatfield Three from the album, Become What You Are Directed by Ben Stiller Spin the Bottle was the third single released from the Juliana Hatfield Three album, Become What You Are. The song was also featured on the soundtrack to the movie Reality Bites, written and directed by Ben Stiller, …

And I knew love would tear you apart :: VOTD

Malibu :: Hole from the album, Celebrity Skin Directed by Paul Hunter Malibu is the fourth track and second single from Hole's third studio album, Celebrity Skin, which was released on December 29, 1998 on Geffen Records. The song was written by vocalist and rhythm guitarist Courtney Love, lead guitarist Eric Erlandson and Billy Corgan of The Smashing Pumpkins, …

Let the rain fall :: VOTD

Brighter Than Sunshine :: Aqualung from the album, Still Life Brighter Than Sunshine is an indie pop ballad written and performed by Aqualung. First released on his 2003 album Still Life, it became the album's first single. It was later added to the 2005 compilation album Strange and Beautiful. Brighter Than Sunshine reached # 32 …

Souvenirs from better times :: VOTD

Title & Registration :: Death Cab For Cutie from the album Transatlanticism Directed by Patrick Daughters Title & Registration was the third single taken from Death Cab for Cutie's 2003 album, Transatlanticism. It was officially released as an internet-only single that could be streamed through the band's website. Promo copies of the single were released on CD. …