Kinda sorta in love. Still bummed I didn’t get my record signed by Nanna at BFD. Maybe someday. On a side note, I had a great time with my girlfriend at BFD and I’m glad she liked their set.
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Ok, bankrupt! is now growing on me.
Thomas Suarez is a programmer in the 6th grade. I am truly inspired by this kid. I am intrigued by his fascination with programming at such a young age. When I was in the 6th grade, all I cared about was playing video games, not creating them. I would kill to work with kids because they have the imagination and creativity that make many programs possible and unique. I definitely see a bright future for Thomas.
Listened to this album throughout today and I wasn’t too impressed. I guess I set my expectations a bit too high, considering I fell in love with Discovery. In my opinion, the album is OK, could be better after a few more listens (currently working on that). I really like their old signature sound. This album is still Daft, but they are definitely trying new things. There wasn’t any notable songs that caught my attention, except the full version of Get Lucky, which is still playing non-stop on radio stations (driving me bonkers). Giorgio by Moroder was also an interesting track. I was debating if I should cancel my pre-order, but I’m going to give this album another chance and throw it in my CD player. I couldn’t seem to pull the trigger on ordering the vinyl, especially at 30 something dollars. Everyone seems to be head over heels for this album, and I am still trying to see why.
Just peeped Pheonix’s new album Bankrupt! It’s good, but not great. I honestly did not expect this album to top Wolfgang Amadeus, as that was an amazing album. Phoenix warns us that this is their experimental album. Some notable songs from my first listen were Entertainment, S.O.S. In Bel Air, Trying To Be Cool, and Drakkar Noir.
And last but not least, me and angel in front of warren hall. Photo by Angel Sanchez
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