Happy Friday, dicknoses and dicknosettes. If you do anything today, do the youtube mix for Fireside. 90s rock and roll swedes (that sentence alone should just about do it for you…and by, it, I mean make your pants a little tighter).
Henson’s voice is so fragile and hushed, if you were 10 feet away from him you’d barely hear a peep. But what the London singer’s music lacks in volume, it more than makes up for in feeling. Watch Henson perform three songs from his new album, Birthdays.
When the drums kick in And the bass starts rumbling Low like a train When the shit kicks in and the Microphone’s on fire And your insides just got smoked You wanna make a bet But it’s the money you already spent When the change takes charge and The music is brighter and closer To who we are This sound drowns slowly It’s symbiotic It calls attention to the tornaquet That was wrapped around your head So take those headphones and put Them on just put them right on It pulls you slowly to the music The music of who we are
Bros and bras, this is one of my favorite jams. ‘97 was where it was at. I suggest you get your hands on as much Miltown as you can.
“And now, we would like to do for you a little number that started around New York City. In this number we feature The Apple Jack, The Boogie, The Rang Dang Doodle and The Huckle Buck. We hope you enjoy. This number’s entitled, The Boogie-Woogie.”