Okay, no more excuses. I’ve got nothing as to why I haven’t been blogging lately. It’s probably because of school. Funny how I decide to make a post during the final days of classes. Next week is the final week of school. Errr… stress is coming. I can feel it.
This song… is probably one of my favourites so far of 2014. The Broods have this sound of synth pop and ease. You can relax to their music and you can jam to their music. I personally love their sound. When I first heard this song, I instantly fell in love. Georgia’s voice is so clear and pure. You can hear those little cracks in her voice that makes her voice sound so raw. That’s kind of my favourite kind of voice and I have no explanation as to why that is. I just love it. The production of this song is something else. The piano chords and that variations of it are so simple in this song, but it’s the melody of the instrumentals that make this song so easy to love. It’s catchy and it builds up. The verses are intimate and chilled, then the buildup of the drums and the synths come in at the pre-chorus, and in the chorus everything comes together and combines into a melodically catchy chorus with backup vocals to die for, and synths that will take you back to the 80s. I’m in love with this song and this band. This is music that gets me.
You can check out the Brood’s new EP on iTunes (etc.) and check out the song and newly released music video for “Bridges” down below. Happy listening!
Whoa. How long has it been since my last post? 😦 Sorry dudes, I’ve been a combination of lazy and busy lately. Maybe even uninspired, but I’ll try to be more frequent with the posts.
This song is a song close to my heart, and so is this artist. I first heard this song when I was 12 or 13. This was Sara’s breakout song, which started this unbelievable journey into the industry. So my young self heard this song and fell in love with it. It was the piano part that got me hooked. The intro has a bass, and chords all integrated into one to create the base of this song. Then her vocals came in, and my initial first thoughts were, “Wow. What a voice.” At first listen, you can tell that Sara’s voice is strong and versatile, and we can see that throughout the albums that she has put out. Since I always payed attention to the instrumentals in this song, the lyrics only started to hit me as I grew older. Probably 2-3 years ago, I realized that this is actually not a love song, more so a breakup song. Thanks to this song, I learned how to improvise/groove/create a different dynamic of chords on the piano. I took five years of piano then stopped because the costs started to increase. Anywho, the song helped me to become the player that I am today. I’ve kind of adapted some of Sara’s playing styles. Since I’m a keyboardist at my church, I’m required to carry the music that we play. Sara’s style of music and her songwriting is heavily influenced on me. I strive to be a musician like Sara is, and this is why her music is Music that Gets Me.
Below is Love Song by Sara Bareilles. Check out her most recent album The Blessed Unrest that features her hit single Brave. I really wish I could have been a part of the music video for Brave. haha. Have an awesome day. Be happy, be awesome, be you. ❤