The track I’m sharing today is Cocteau Twins’ “Pearly Dewdrops’ Drops”. I never knew this band or this song until the movie, “The Perks of being a Wallflower”. Thanks to the movie and I hope you like the song I shared.
P.S. If you have any recommendations to the songs you want me to share on this blog, feel free to contact me any time. Plus, I want to listen to more good songs so it’ll help :)
Great song and really talented rapper. This is a big feature for Kyle to get and the duo have an EP coming out together later in the year. You can download his mixtape It’s Always Sunny In Marietta 2 for free! http://www.djbooth.net/index/albums/review/kyle-lucas-its-always-sunny-in-marietta-2
Tags that you can use for your verses, sorted out into different sections. Lyrics from my “Musical Yeater” playlist on Spotify, “Coloring Book” by Chance the Rapper, and a little bit of my “aprol showurs” playlist on Spotify. I’ll probably do more when I feel like it because I only got like 4 songs into aprol showurs.
In their ongoing “Art Under Threat” study of attacks on artists and artistic freedom, Freemuse ranked Iran as 2016’s worst country for serious violations including physical attacks and imprisonment. Iranian brothers ICY and SOT were labeled as satanists for involvement in the graffiti movement, and re:art reports that their work would often not last even 24 hours. Now living in Brooklyn it should come as no surprise that the stencil-artist brothers told re:art they have a strong belief in the ability of public art to contribute to change in society. “We believe the role of the artist is to advocate for the freedom and the hope of the general public and raise awareness about the issues happening in their time. Not afraid to speak out wherever they see a need, this stunning and sophisticated statement about justice was done in 2016 for the HUE (Houston Urban Experience) Mural Festival and can be found at St Emanuel and Leeland Streets. @firstname.lastname@example.org@email@example.com
“Touchy Feely” opens THIS FRIDAY 9/13 in Seattle at the Harvard Exit and in Los Angeles at the Sundance Sunset Cinemas in West Hollywood. I’ll be playing songs at the Seattle Q&A’s on Friday and Saturday with director Lynn Shelton, hosted by David Schmader of the Stranger.