CRUNCHY GOODNESS! The intro to this amazing track is long and entrancing. British producer Bibio (Stephen Wilkinson) certainly has some talent. His music is influenced by the likes of Boards of Canada (haven’t listened to them enough to comment on this) and Daft Punk (this is evident in the last third of the song). I first heard this song on our local NPR station in LA during one of their bits and it’s stuck with me. Hopefully it sticks with you and I’ll gladly take any “thank yous” below. Enjoy.
Archive for the ‘Beautiful’ Tag
Okay, so excuse the bandwagon post of this video. It’s just so freaking amazing! This is a band that puts a ton of time and thought into their music videos as well as their music. Because of videos like this and the personality they bring to their live shows, it’s easy to say that they are true entertainers! A welcome return from a band that truly inspires the mind through the images. The song itself is good and is radio ready, which (along with this video) will hopefully mean a revitalization of a great band many people may remember as the guys who danced on treadmills. Don’t remember that? Well you should probably click here. Enjoy, y’all.
In a world full of melodies that haunt us throughout our days, it’s nice to see some bands strive for the dissonance that intrigues us and leaves us wanting more anyway! This is such a song that does just that. The haunting beauty of this song is eclipsed by the words “Leaving me would leave me free to reach above now.” A song about moving on; the perfect emotion to have with the meaningless songs that surround us and don’t challenge us in the least to understand what is truly behind it. Get lost in the entrancing drums of this song and forget the past as we all move forward.
This song is so beautiful. It’s so light and airy with nice, clean plucking throughout. The synth that comes in towards the middle is really fun and how it slips flat. This song is just so interesting so give it a couple listens and hear all the elements making it so ominous.