I’ve been listening more and more to London Grammar, which is in a genre (indie pop) I never really listen to unless it’s on the radio or in a movie/TV-show.
Their new album was released yesterday, and they had a release concert on YouTube with an after party for YouTube’s Premium members. I fell asleep so I missed the whole thing, but it’s still available.
I saw it a bit earlier, and it’s a well-oiled machinery behind this concert. Great musicians, production, and it looked really nice overall. The music was in focus of course, and the new album is amazing. The singles released prior to the album have all been damn fine.
Check out the concert here:
Ihsahn (of Emperor) just dropped this little gold nugget of a song. I was late checking out his solo works, but it’s all awesome, despite being very different from Emperor.
I’ve seen Emperor live once, and Ihsahn a couple of times and both are extremely good and professional in a live setting.
Oh – and the man really know how to play his guitar! The guitar playing is actually crazy good. 😀
This cinematic concludes The Fourth War in World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth.
Note that it has some serious spoilers if you haven’t seen it yet!
I’m a paying supporter of this channel on YouTube, and also follow TLW on other social media as well. The YouTube-channel just hit 1 million subscribers, but there can never be enough so go hit that subscribe button, and watch and like their videos.
There are also videos of hyenas and black leopards on this channel.
He can also be found on Instagram and Facebook:
A really cool tune I first heard in a TV-show called The Blacklist. It was at the end of the last season 3 episode.
A decent cover of a track I’ve been listening to ever since it came out. Although I don’t really listen to rap, there are exceptions, and DEnzel Curry knows his stuff.
Rage Against The Machine (RATM) is still sorely missed. Prophets of Rage and everything else the ex-band members have been doing after RATM split up, doesn’t even come close to what awesomeness they had in RATM. I have to admit that Prophets of Rage is pretty good though.
Audience: Approx. 2000
I saw Myrkur and Deafheaven at Sentrum Scene in Oslo (Norway) on March 19th. I was there mainly for Myrkur, but was blown away by Deafheaven’s performance.
I recorded Myrkur’s first song and then there’s some excerpts from throughout the concert:
I didn’t record much from Deafheaven, it’s only excerpts from the two first songs: