boa’s “camo” mv is literally so amazing. the song is a certified bop like seriously don’t fight me on this. her dancing omg her dancing is on point as it always is. like she is so good at what she does, and i love her so much for it.
for a sec i thought that this was incomplete and i was like “who is L?” and then i remembered it’s a dude from death note, but since i’ve never seen death note i wikipedia’d him and he’s reminding me of me: a shriveled, antisocial asshole that doesn’t like to talk but really likes sweets
but they’re both so…… old. too old for me. but assuming they’re just two emo teenagers in front of me i’d pick L because the emo tsuntsun levi isn’t really my gig despite how great toilet jokes are.
Put your music library on shuffle. List the first ten songs that come up, and then tag ten people.
1. Why Generation - FIDLAR 2. Holland 1945 - Neutral Milk Hotel 3. Blå - Panda Da Panda 4. La La La - Mike Krol 5. The Snake in Dallas - Gorillaz 6. Sun City Creeps - Woods 7. Moonage Daydream - David Bowie 8. She’s Lost Control - Joy Division 9. People of the Sun - Rage Against The Machine 10. Girls - Beatrice Eli
Idk who’s gotten tagged in this or not so just ignore me if you’ve already done this! :0
@neverloore tagged me for the music challenge thing :) My music taste is old/weird mostly. I swear there’s more than avril and pink omg also why does itunes stick to similar sounding things when I do something like this lmao when there’s 1.2days worth of songs on the playlist I used..
rules: put your music library on shuffle. list the first ten songs that come up, and then tag ten people.
Most Girls - Pink
Goodbye - Avril
Beauty and the Beast - Original motion picture soundtrack Peabo Bryson
i know money’s tight for everyone but if someone could donate 9.99 so that i can get spotify premium for three whole months and not be left music less i’d appreciate it and i would also draw something for you thank you
I don't know exactly why but for some reason I always imagine 20s/30s jazz as the music for TGATNW. Like something about the dystopian society with like Ella Fitzgerald singing as background is so eerie and awesome to me. Maybe it's because I'm a bioshock and fallout fan. What is the music actually in TGA society? Is it just odes to the tsar?
Oh lord I love Ella Fitzgerald and 20s/30s jazz. It’s like my go to ‘I need to unwind’ music.
That being said, alas, Lune has no concept of jazz. About all they really have are folk songs, Lune sanctioned hymns/choral arrangements, and orchestral symphonies for the rich, along with military percussion-based arrangements for well…the military.
They are not otherwise a musically rich society. It tends to be one of the side effects of living in a dystopia in general. The things that inspire musical innovation become absent, so improvisational music never gets a chance to kick off.
I’ve never played Bioshock or Fallout, but it’s kind of awesome when games/movies/shows use music in contrasting ways. :D
“"oh dear evan hansen’s lighting and set design is so simple omg!1!!!”“ like?? bitch where ?? the lighting and set design of dear evan hansen is one of the most complicated, intricate, and innovative that has ever been on broadway.