Music

A collection of 36 posts

Dec 30, 2016

The obligatory end-of-year post

The obligatory end-of-year post

So, 2016, right? What a roller-coaster. Leonard Cohen died. Fortunately, he managed to release one final album, out of which emerged my personal song of the year. I hope you all have a

Dec 2, 2010

Double Trouble

I recently, by sheer accident and luck, stumbled upon Sean Costello, a blues-guitarist/singer-songwriter. His performances are so vibrant and heartfelt, I could weep everytime I see them. Well, not weep. But at

Nov 16, 2009

Oceansize, Flex, 09

Oceansize, Flex, 09

It’s not that long ago that I wrote on here about one of the best concerts I’d ever been to. It was Oceansize’s gig at Vienna’s Flex, about two

Mar 3, 2008

Here's to NIN

Do you remember when Radiohead released their latest album online, giving it away for whatever price people saw fit? Well, NIN just did the same, with the difference that unlike Radiohead, you can

Mar 1, 2008

This...

This...

...is soup. I really should start thinking of stories to accompany my images. Well, here’s one: Yesterday we went to a supermarket stocked only with the most organically grown and produced items.

Oct 29, 2007

Oceansize

Saturday I went and saw Oceansize. The thing that made it extra-special: I got to interview lead-singer Mike Vennart. You can read the outcome in due time here. The whole thing was really

Oct 11, 2007

In Rainbows

First this. Then this. Aren’t the Internets just loverly? (Don’t you just hate it when I do that?)

Oct 8, 2007

Recurring fears

Oh why is it that I’m always afraid of upgrading my WordPress version? Well, I’ll tell you. It’s because it always ends in something that’ll take me about three

Sep 2, 2007

Portugal. the man

We went and saw Portugal. the man yesterday. Curiously, the venue was just about half full, which is really quite surprising considering that they are not only good but also one of the

Jun 5, 2007

The White Stripes...

…in red and tiny. I don’t know whether it’s a trademark already, but I do find the way Meg White moves her head from one side to the other while playing