I’ve been listening to Bonobo’s whole work for the past few days. It’s hard to pick a favorite but here you go :)Continue reading “On Repeat Today: The Keeper, Bonobo”
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is probably my favourite movie of the trilogy. The trilogy itself pales in comparison to The Lord Of The Rings, but the first movie of the Hobbit trilogy had the right tone, and was centered on what made The Hobbit book so good: it was Bilbo’s adventure and was focussed on Bilbo and his companions, the dwarves.Continue reading “On Repeat Today: Misty Mountains, The Hobbit Soundtrack”
After watching Danny MacAskill’s Cascadia video once again, I ended up playing this song on repeat today. Enjoy!
You can’t go wrong with some of the now popular themes from our favourite Marvel movies! This is a great compilation!
Credits to David Artiss for his hard work putting this compilation together!
I am watching Legion again, and I really liked that track; it’s a great remix of a great song.
In fact, I will most likely be listening to most of the sountrack from season 2 in the next few days. 🙂
I guess I’m a fan of Ramin Djawadi :)
I wish I would have found out about this months ago. Maybe I would have had the chance to attend his Game of Thrones Live Experience concert that was here in Budapest just a few days ago. (╯°□°）╯︵ ┻━┻
Now when do we get some first trailers about the next season of Game of Thrones? :)
Today’s “On Repeat” song is brought to you by Lili! She liked “the people clapping”, and the overall rhythm. :) Enjoy!
I really enjoyed watching the first season of Westworld last year: it was original, well acted, full of suspense, photography was great, … And the soundtrack was great. There were some great original piano pieces; the main theme gives me goosebumps. The composer Ramin Djawadi also chose to cover popular songs from Radiohead, Soundgarden, or The Rolling Stones, and those were great.
It looks like this will continue in Season 2: the trailer used a beautiful cover of Nirvana’s Heart-Shaped Box that gives me goosebumps too!
I just learned that Dolores O’Riordan, singer of The Cranberries, just passed away. It’s such a big part of my childhood: I discovered music with them, it was the first CD I got when I bought my first hi-fi. I think I’ll be listening to them quite a bit in the next few days.