You are the son/sun that flies.

I've been so slammed with work for the past 6 months that I haven't posted at all. So busy, in fact, that I might officially take a sabbatical from this blog. TBD though. In the meantime, I've been on a Burial kick lately and have to say that I'm constantly so super impressed with his music creations. This came out way back in December, but if you snoozed on it, here's your chance to vibe.

Open up my heart. Tell me if you see some meaning.

I'm (we're) in the midst of some awesome life changes. Stay tuned. In the meantime, the new Deerhunter album couldn't be a more perfect soundtrack to the messy amazingness of a life in good flux. Evolution revolution. Dig this track, "The Missing" off Monomania.

How Do I Know If I Love You.

So I'm a little behind on posting as I've been participating in four different music events/conferences over the last three weeks. One in Chicago and then traveled to Nashville and NYC for the others. But I'm finally back in action at work and getting caught up. So let's get onto some music.

Unlike their first two albums, it took a little longer to get into this newest Here We Go Magic album, A Different Ship. For whatever reason, it just didn't entirely click with me - until now - and now I can't get enough. Kind of reminds me of what might come if Paul Simon was jamming with the Feelies in 1987 in Hoboken. It's awesome. Real lazy and laid back at times, at others, jangly, jittery sublime pop. Definitely worth a listen. Sort of sounds like this New Jersey sunset looks. Dig this track, How Do I Know.



Dusk before my very eyes.

OK, Yo La Tengo, I am falling back in love with you all over again.

(P.S. I was trying to post the track "More Stars Than There Are In Heaven" but apparently the file is too big to post).