Wait - Maroon 5
An exceptional sibling duo from Southern Oregon, Chasing Daze is preparing to release their highly anticipated debut EP this year. But before that, they are giving us a generous preview of their feel-good indie pop sound via way of “Change You.” With Julia on vocals and Ryan handling production, Chasing Daze is certainly here to make waves in the ever-growing indie pop realm.
Although they are fresh onto the scene, Chasing Daze has already managed to steal our hearts with their sun-soaked debut offering. Ryan’s bouncy synths layered over Julia’s wholesome vocals creates such a compelling breath of unison. Do yourself a favor and recognize Chasing Daze’s potential before the rest of the world catches on.
On “Change You,” Chasing Daze exclusively shared with us,
“The inspiration behind ‘Change You’ derives directly from the fact that we are all unique. We want this song to inspire people and help them believe that they can be themselves and don’t have to worry about changing who they are to make someone else happy. We’ve came to the realization that no matter what people think of us and no matter what they say, we are who were are, and nothing can change that.”
Ones To Watch has your first listen of “Change You” below:
“Hey, where will you be waking up tomorrow morning? Hey, out the back door, goddamn, but I love her anyway. I love her anyway. I love her anyway. Out the back door, goddamn, but I love her anyway. Miss Jackson, Miss Jackson, Miss Jackson are you nasty?
Miss Jackson, Miss Jackson, Miss Jackson, are you nasty? Miss Jackson, Miss Jackson, Miss Jackson, are you nasty, are you nasty? I love her anyway.”
Suggest a musical instrument and I will offer an exhaustive, in-depth analysis of the kind of person who takes it up.
I’ve been having this conversation a lot lately, discussing
the psycho-social tendencies of various instrumentalists. A friend of mine, a
vocalist, heard me describe what kind of person it takes to become a guitarist,
and burst into laughter, exclaiming ‘everyone I’ve ever dated has been a guitarist!’
My description was not especially favourable; she hastily clarified that her current
boyfriend’s primary instrument is banjo(!), and we agreed that it’s totally
different. In the interest of transparency, I will start the ball rolling by
describing the kind of person that chooses the instruments that I did myself.
Keyboardist: Someone with strong, complex, independent ideas, but who can’t really be arsed to bother developing anything of their own volition. Rather, a keyboardist tends to await someone else’s initiative (id est, that of a guitarist, vocalist, or composer), but consistently suggests ‘better’ ‘alternatives’. Strictly speaking, a keyboardist don’t need nobody else, but good luck seeing one motivated to pursue their own interests (unless they got something to prove), we can’t even focus on a single instrument, man. Examples include: John Cale, Rick Wakeman, Thelonius Monk, Jimmy Destri.
Pianist: As above, but more traditionalist and disciplined.
A pianist has an appreciation for simplicity, as well as the power of
long-established ideas. Few pianists have any great desire to break new ground,
unless they reach a level of virtuosity in which the hefty instrument itself is
too small for their freakishly large
cocks hands egos
ideas. Examples include: Franz Liszt, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Elton John, Duke
Organist: As above, but a hardcore nerd. Whether square AF or too stoned to function. Examples include: Ray Manzarek, Bernie Worrel, Steve Winwood, Johann Sebastian Bachhh.
Synth player: Likes twiddling knobs to elicit high-pitched squeals and deep rumblings. Zing! Examples include: Brian Eno, Sun Ra, Giorgio Moroder.
some reasons not to die…
and there you are
i don’t really know what the genre of these songs would be?? alternative pop/rock?? something like that. but this playlist’s vibe is if you’re in the car at 11pm in the middle of summer, blasting music like you’re in movie.
saturday sun– vance joy
upper west side– king princess
i like the way– lovelytheband
suburbia blue– future jr
alligator– of monsters and men
woodland– the paper kites
last summer– johnny orlando
cruel summer– taylor swift
loving is easy– rex orange county
sleepwalker– of monsters and men
mykonos– fleet foxes
make you mine– public
out of my league– fitz and the tantrums
electric love– borns
young dumb & broke– khalid
sweater weather– the neighbourhood
call me up– knox hamilton
careless– vacation manor
maniac– conan gray
queen of disaster– lana del rey
midnight city– m83
I didn’t see Bella Hadid once but twice today. First on this morning’s Lanvin runway, and last at 1017 ALYX 9SM where she closed the show in a stunning suit and tie with femme fatale heels. Impressive. ALYX founder and designer Matthew Williams has always set out to subvert traditional dressing norms. Early on, his brand looked to streetwear codes without ever being streetwear. Soon after he pushed the boundaries of what techwear could look like, including successful collaborations with Mackintosh on outerwear, and big hits in the sneakers and sportswear space.
Now, the Chicago-born designer is set out to redefine the way in which the next generation will dress at the office, or street, or party, or on weekends. All these distinctions are blurred now, so the officewear wasn’t officewear in the traditional sense. Add some bling to the collection and you’ve got an audience excited.
“Alyx is and always has been about autobiography and instinct. It’s about a view of the world based on this, but I’m preoccupied with what is to come, not what has gone. This collection is about the blended versions of reality we all live in – both the real and unreal together.”
“I have absolute faith in Matt. Always have, always will do. He’s a talent.” – Jo-Ann Furniss, fashion writer and consultant.
Bejewelled Mackintosh Trench Collaboration
Last week when I met up with Williams in London he asked me if I would ever wear anything diamanté. Absolutely not. And then the model came out wearing this. “It’s what you might wear on your way to complete the final level and meet the last boss,” says Williams. True that.
Patent Leather Cowboy Boots
Cowboy hats, western shirts, and Daisy dukes, for men are all the rage this season. But unless you own an organic milk farm in Wisconsin, don’t be that person. Get these killer boots instead.
You don’t understand the full 1017 ALYX 9SM universe until you walk into their showroom the day after the show. Show pieces, swimwear, furniture, underwear, card holders, phone cases, hosiery, footwear in every color, shape and texture, rollercoaster belt everything. And now a stunning pink tank with metal detailing.
Not a mohair knit, but the mohair knit.
I grew up hearing Maroon 5, but when I was in 5th grade and I heard this album, it became my absolute favorite album from that time period.
“Hands All Over” is a great album because it takes thest best of both worlds, good musical elements + pop sensibilities and the result is a great album.
It’s a listenable pop album because it’s more musical and not so digital.
This does make a difference and it sounds more natural to the listener.
Essential Tracks: Give A Little More, Stutter, Last Chance
Listen here: Hands All Over
The 1975 - Me & You Together Song (Live)
The 1975 perform their new record Me & You Together Song live for
the first time ever! This was selected as Annie Mac’s hottest record in
the world on 16th January 2020, so the boys were invited in to play it
live to celebrate its release.
Ezek a nímand fiúkák a különösebb felhajtás hiányában is összehozták a hatvanhetes év egyik legprímább dalát, aztán az jutott eszükbe, hogy úgy eltűnnek mintha csak soha jelen se lettek volna a sehol! És milyen sikeresek voltak ebben az utóbbi projektben, há’ nem?! Hiszen azóta se nagyon tudja azt a bárki, hogy létezett ilyen tömörület, holott hasznos tudás ez, én vagyok a megmondója, de most meg átadom a hangoskodás lehetőségét nekik, ők nálam is jobban győznek meg az erről akárkit! (1967)
a sleeping beauty
Jake Bugg - Kiss Like the Sun
New video and song, Kiss Like the Sun from UK singer-songwriter, Jake Bugg.