Can anyone advise me on a travel journaling app that can take text, photos and videos in a well-designed web exporting package please?
— stefan boublil (@stefanboublil) April 15, 2015
If there is any truth, it lies in being comfortable with never figuring it out.
— The Considered Life (@consideredlife) April 15, 2015
It’s been a LONG time since we’ve shared the music we’ve been listening to, so here are the albums on continuous play in our house…
Laura Mvula’s re-recording of her first and only album at Abbey Road with the Metropole Orkest, though filled with melancholy, is the joy of my life. You can buy it by clicking.
Junior Santos selects some obscure Brazilian funk to shake that now-trendy oversized booty to, and it’s about time, on both counts. Purchase it here.
For some calm after that storm, piano genius Chilly Gonzales has just delivered a piano and quartet album that is not as terrible as I’ve just made it sound, in fact it is quite wonderful. Get it now.
Probably my favorite debut album from French-Cuban twin sisters ever is that of Ibeyi, who for me blew off the lid of mixing tribal, soul and electro styles into one incredibly melodic package. Grab some of the Magic.
And last but certainly not least, whom I consider to be our generation nascent Dilla is a 19 year-old English white boy by the name of Tom Misch, whose every stroke of the MPC or guitar strings gives me a soulgasm. Get his BeatTape today!
Your specie is not exceptional, neither is your country, your religion or your philosophy. And neither are you & I. Can we move on now?
— stefan boublil (@stefanboublil) April 14, 2015
In trying to avoid all the traps you think you know, you'll fall into all the ones you never saw.
— The Considered Life (@consideredlife) April 14, 2015