I’m a fan of mixed tapes. I remember making them throughout high school; I was so into them that I’d even design the jewel case covers and give them titles to go with the theme. Those CD days are over, but thankfully I can still create on-line playlists. This list has a series of songs (13 to be exact!) I’ve always enjoyed and I think most of the songs carry that Halloween vibe without going overboard (sorry, there’s no Monster Mash). Enjoy! Sue
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There’s no harm in wanting things even if you can’t get them . . . just yet! Here’s some things I’m pining for:
This crazy cute sticker set by Catherine Campbell
The new album by Foster the People
Tim Burton‘s Art Book
and finally, this gorgeous print by Ani Castillo
If I can get 1 little thing from this wish list, I’d be a happy camper! Anything you’re recently gushing over? Drop me a link! Sue
The Strokes was a band that I followed in the early 2000s. Everytime they would come to South Florida, I’d religiously go see them in concert. Even if I had to drive two hours to the venue -which I did- I was there! They’re one of the few bands that I can say really deliver live. I was a bit bummed that they kinda disappeared after their release of their 3rd album back in 2006. Then, this past Saturday, I heard they would be performing on SNL (I had a WTH moment), and I was so stoked to see them back and with a new album (being released March 22nd). If there’s one thing I love doing is following the inception and growth of a band. I’m always sad to see great bands pop and fizzle after only one or two albums (especially those that have true potential). Hence, I’m happy to witness The Strokes trudging on. Have you had any favorite bands miraculously come back to life? Love to hear from you! Talk soon, Sue.
Now and then, I’ll be sharing a new feature on my blog called Music Bits. It’ll mainly focus on bands from the past, present, and not so distant future that I truly enjoy and wish to share with you.
As I was scrolling through Tumblr, I hearted a Blondie photo which got me thinking of all the bands I loved as a kid (I’m talking at the ripe old age of 9 all the way to my mid teens). These were the bands that I danced to alone in my room, that inspired me to sketch and write poetry in my journal, and that kept me sane during the rough patches of my adolescence. It’s funny how some songs can time warp you so vividly back to one period of your life!
The Cure – Fascination Street
The Psychedelic Furs – Love my Way
So what songs or bands take you back in time? Love to hear from you! Sue