Death Cab For Cutie :: My Favorite Artists/Bands

Death Cab For Cutie :: My Favorite Artists/Bands Transatlanticism was an album bought on a whim one afternoon when I'd gone to a record store on my lunch break to browse, pick up some new music, and cheer myself up. Ever since I was a very young girl I have always associated record stores with mood lifting, as my Mother used to take me with her to visit the music any time she was down, or needed to reconnect, or sometimes just because. It was one of those days, stresses at work, problems at home, and I was in desperate need of some musical therapy. The name of the album, and the striking cover, are what drew me to the album, so I bought it "sound-unseen", and it when I slid it into my car stereo's CD player and hit play, and The New Year started to play, the healing began.

My Weekly Top Ten :: The Thanksgiving Edition

Since Thanksgiving has never been a favorite holiday of mind, to say the very least, I thought maybe dedicating this week's Top 10 to Thanksgiving, thus inspiring me to find the things I do enjoy about the holiday, would be a good way to shake the Turkey Day blues from my bones. So, here it … Continue reading My Weekly Top Ten :: The Thanksgiving Edition

Music & TV :: If you weren’t real I would make you up

The OC Music and TV can either make a show, and scenes within, better or overtake the entire thing, drowing everything out in an overwhelming manipulation of emotion. Though I do not enjoy being force-fed emotions, something music is often overused in TV for, there are times (many, really) where the music and the TV … Continue reading Music & TV :: If you weren’t real I would make you up