I really didn’t know what to expect from this album. I had never heard of them before, so I decided to do a little background reading on the Wikipedia machine. The band consists of two members, Alan Vega and Martin Rev. This debut album is best described as a electro-punk. The themes they tackle inContinue reading “500 Greatest Albums – 498 “Suicide” by Suicide”
I used to really love music. I used to pay attention to release schedules. I used to buy new albums all the time. I still love music but I just don’t have time to pay attention to release schedules and I don’t have the disposable income to buy new music all the time. WithContinue reading “Music & Discovery”
Today has been all about sermon prep. I’m privileged to get to teach for the month of august, but it definitely puts a different kind of strain on my week. I like to listen to music while I write. I need to be just distracted enough to focus on anything. So I like put musicContinue reading “Soundtrack for Sermon Prep”
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A lot of the starbucks cups have been lame lately but when there is one that I like I feel compelled to share it. Today i received one such cup “Music can lift us out of depression or move us to tears – it is a remedy, a tonic, orange juice for the ear. ButContinue reading “The Way I See It #267”
This week I promptly picked up the latest offering for David Crowder Band – Remedy. I’ve spend a few days listening to it, and I like it. This is a much more straightforward album than A Collission. The theme of Remedy seems to be saying that Jesus wants to heal us and the world aroundContinue reading “David Crowder Band – Remedy – review”