Monthly Archives: June 2016

Song Recommendation: “Still Alive” by Lisa Miskovsky

When I was younger, I listened to a lot of video game music.  For a period of time, that was the type of music I tended to listen to the most, in fact.  As the years have gone by, it’s become a much more situational type of music for me, because I listen to music […]

Song Recommendation: “The Flood” by Joshua Hyslop

As I think I’ve established with my previous posts at this point, Joshua Hyslop is an artist whose work I enjoy immensely.  One of his songs that has grown on me significantly over time (and that isn’t to say I didn’t love it in the first place) is “The Flood,” which has worked its way […]

Song Recommendation: “Freedom Calling” by Colin Hay

I have essentially two modes when it comes to listening to music while I’m feeling down.  The first is to listen to sad music that matches how I feel to try and let out whatever I’m feeling.  The second, typically coming after some period of time of being in the first mode, is to listen […]

Song Recommendation: “10,000 Days” by Tool

Some albums are so well-executed, so strong as a whole, that to break their songs up and discuss them individually is incredibly difficult.  With a cohesive atmosphere and a handful of tracks that work with one another, 10,000 Days, the 2006 album by progressive-rock band Tool, is just such an album.  In spite of this, and […]