Study Music: A Random Playlist Gift For You

The other night I was on a “work call” with my friends Derek and Alex. Basically, this means the three of us have a 5-hour Skype call going in which we seldom talk, instead just working diligently in each other’s “company”. (this actually works pretty well if you have like-minded friends who, for geographic reasons, you can’t meet at the coffee shop)

Since Derek created a great study playlist a couple weeks ago, I decided to throw together a random one of my own as a gift to him. I thought it was too good not to share further, though, so I’m posting it for you! Read More…

Study Music: The Music My Friends Make

This week, I really didn’t have an album in mind that I wanted to review. It’s not that there’s nothing good coming out; it’s just that I’ve been really busy lately and have been going back to Derek’s playlist again and again, so I have nothing in particular to review. Then I remembered – some of my friends are actually musicians! So I’ve decided to share some of the music they’ve been making with you guys. Enjoy! Read More…

Study Music: Florence And The Machine – “Ceremonials”

And we’re back.

This week I bring you an album that’s been making quite a stir in indie circles and, occasionally, even mainstream circles. British group Florence and the Machine (which might as well be Florence and her machine, as she’s definitely the driving force) have release their 2nd LP Ceremonials and it’s quite the the piece of art. Read More…

Study Music: Hectic Zeniths – “Hectic Zeniths”

This week’s Study Album of the Week was written by Bill Riley. Cool beans.

This week we have a self titled album by Hectic Zeniths.  Now, when I first heard this gem of a music back around thanksgiving, I was in the backseat thinking Thomas had found The Log.os’ new album.  I was genuinely surprised to find a pretty young thing like Hectic Zeniths.  Now, the name can be weird to say, okay, so let’s practice saying it out loud a couple times before you yell at all your hipster friends about it. Read More…

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