Because there aren't already a million reasons to love Chris Pratt . . . cue his effortless French braiding hair during an interview, he's genuine, down to earth, and funny, but now . . . the man raps? And raps like a seasoned MC?
So, this happened during a recent radio [Whollywood Shuffle] interview: (WARNING: there is cursing—it's an Eminem song, of course there is cursing.)
Now the running joke when I worked at an alternative rock station back when Canadian rock radio was all about Nickelback, Default, and Theory Of A Deadman was that those three bands sounded so alike that we coined them "Theory Of A Nickefault'…clearly the record companies loved that…l-o-v-e-d.
Summer means new music to add to your playlist (or at least that's how I justify the downloading of many, many, many songs…obviously).
Here are some great tracks that would make excellent additions to your playlist and one of the songs is from Maroon 5 — what Maroon 5? I don't like Maroon 5! (said me never)...and cue mental images of a shirtless Adam Levine.
So, last week I did the big iPhone music purge and started one of my favourite pastimes of re-adding music to my playlists (not going to lie, I'm slightly OCD about my playlists—a shocking revelation by me, I know).
Anyways], there was a rock theme thing happening, so I figured some music sharing was in order . . . obviously.
Following last summer’s much-anticipated release of FEVERS’ debut full-length album, No Room For Light, and its latest single, "Dance Cry Dance," the band has returned with an EP to quench the fans' thirst for more DCD under the sun.
Roxanna is a Canadian singer/songwriter who has an unusual backstory.
Her music came about from her career as a nurse in Toronto. As a nurse, she would sing to her patients and often the healing sound of her voice would help their quality of life and, in some cases, help with their healing.
So my latest "hit replay and listen to the song 10x in one day" song is from a new Canadian artist that was just signed to Warner Music Canada.
Truth be told, when I first heard the track I thought he was from across the pond—in my musical brain he has a UK music vibe to him (and in my books that's a very good thing, because I do love me some UK music).
Since I am sooooo officially over *&^%$#@! winter already I have vowed to hibernate until Spring actually arrives (and by that I mean the snow completely disappears).
With that said my self-imposed hibernation has left with me with much time on my hands to surf the net and find new music for my iPod. And since I'm in a sharing mood I'm giving you some of my latest musical finds.