Thursday, October 27, 2005

Songs of the day: Bloc Party/"Two More Years" & "Tulips"



I'm back after a leisurely month-long break from blogging. I'd love to tell you that I had climbed a mountain, traveled to faraway places, or written my Great Novel, but the truth is I've just been super-busy.

Nonetheless, it's been a good month for music in Rhapsody. I've been listening to the service even more than usual lately via a loaner Sonos digital music system, which has transformed the way I listen to music in my apartment. I can now access my Rhapsody library and all of my MP3s from anywhere in my house, and listen to them on stereos in the front and back of my apartment simultaneously. Excuse me while I gush.

Anyway, two of the songs that have been making me really, really happy lately are the (relatively) new Bloc Party single "Two More Years," which came out earlier this month, and the song "Tulips," which came out earlier this year on Dim Mak Records. "Two More Years" is a highly recommended listen that hits its stride 90 seconds in; if you like Bloc Party's album Silent Alarm, you'll probably like this song. "Tulips" is even better. Click here to check out both songs. And click here to download "Tulips" for free via the band's web site.

Enjoy the music!

1 Comments:

Blogger Robert 0f The Radish said...

I love my Sonos! It's the coolest thing I ever owned. People can;t believe it when they come over and I ask them what they want to hear. I always have whatever they request playing in about 5 seconds.
Glad you're back Matt.

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