Lovely Things: Music Of The Week (23)

Not a lot to say really on this week other than that it’s been a super busy one… But hey! There’s music, so please enjoy!

 

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Lovely Things: Music Of The Week (22)

It’s that time of the week again, yep yep, you guessed it right, MUSIC! There are some really nice songs on this week’s post. They feel new and refreshing. Mogwai’s new single “Coolverine” is some real good post rock love, F.O.X’s “Guns & Hroses” intense vibes got me hooked immediately, “Strangers” from Here Comes The Silence oozes with atmosphere, Rush’s “Closer To The Heart” is a good find from a show called “Trailer Park Boys” and finally Deine Lakaien’s “The Night Of Love” was something that I found really special and unique.

And as always, today’s recommendations are incredible! The amount of variety is amazing. There’s something for everyone, and also new and refreshing sounds that everyone should listen to.

(The following song isn’t available on the YouTube playlist:

1 – Biking by Frank Ocean)

(The Following song isn’t available on the Spotify playlist:

1 – One Minute by The Boyz)

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Lovely Things: Music Of The Week (21)

Whew! What a slow week! But Music’s always there to keep you company in almost all situations. Luckily for me, I stumbled on some pretty sweet songs this week, and I can’t wait for all of you to listen to them! Slowdive’s dream vibes were on point, Ruba Shamshoum’s new style was something I immediately fell in love with, Fozzy’s single was a nice Metal fix, Troy Baker’s My Religion is me wanting to listen to something I haven’t listened to for a while, and Kasabian’s Twentyfourseven is just super intense!

And of course like always, there are some lovely recommendations from super cool people who share the love for music!

(The following songs aren’t available on the YouTube playlist:

1 – Burkan

2 – Diamonds and Pearls)

(The Following songs aren’t available on the Spotify playlist:

1 – Sound Of Silence by Nina Simone)

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