“So I think I’d say, be as non-conformist as possible.”
Down beats. Up beats. Even feels.
“I like my love with a budget, I like my hugs with a scent / You smell like, light, gas, water, electricity, rent”
Stop what you’re doing right now. Seriously. Turn off Netflix. Step away from Monica, Chandler, Joey, and the whole gang for a hot second.
She’s creeped out at first, and rightfully so.
This week’s Q2 Music Album of the Week, Martin Bresnick’s new “Prayer Remains Forever” is a brave exploration of life, death, and our search for something to confirm the unknowable. #MusicForWriters that “tells us how to remember.”
Like a collection of short stories or poems, Irish composer Donnacha Dennehy’s new album — which you can hear as you read in #MusicForWriters, thanks to Q2 Music — is a group of small tales with big sound.
If you whistle them, they’ll brighten any unsuspecting passerby’s day. If you send their lyrics to someone, you might get several “everything okay?” texts.
‘The Kids Aren’t Alright’ (a 2010’s tribute to The Offspring?) is the third single to be released off American Beauty/American psycho.
A three-year collaboration between Duke University-based Bill Seaman and John Supko produces a new sonic study in a “generative” sound and textual elements — Music for Writers served up by Q2 Music.