Alright, just ONE more 311 song and then I promise I'll stop.
Lately, there's been so much 311 music playing on my Spotify and I share their songs fairly often here on my blog, but they're awesome.
This is one of those bands that took me a while to pay closer attention too. (Probably because I was too busy listening to System of a Down and Wage War but that changed today.)
For a while, it was scales, triads, and sightreading every day. Those things are important so don't get me wrong - I'm glad I made them a part of my daily routine. But, I was lacking something. Essentially, I wasn't really having fun with it anymore, and like my mentor said, I was "treating it like a chore".
Wage War released a new single, therefore, I have another noteworthy tune to share. This song is constantly on repeat and when I'm not listening to it it's at least on my mind.
It's been a while since the last time I was listening to rap on a daily basis, but nevertheless, that time is back.
I wasn't expecting another one of these so soon, but I've been listening to this song over and over for the past few days - I have to share it. Do you ever hear a song and realize that it's going to bring back memories in the future? A song that so perfectly describes your life at the moment, it's almost as if you're capturing a piece of your life into that song? That's my inspiration for sharing music, and I only share the music that does this for me.
I'm starting something new! Instead of sharing weekly music as I did in the past, I'll be sharing new songs as they pop up in my life. These won't be regular posts (since I can't predict when I'll hear new songs I want to share), but I'm keeping these short and sweet.
It's been a while since I've done a music post, so I thought I'd share the playlist I recently created. I have another metal playlist and I listened to it constantly, however, it had too many songs and I found myself skipping some of them. When creating playlists, I find it's usually best when I split them up into specific genres. Since there are so many subgenres of metal, it wasn't as specific as would like it to be.