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2015-06-21 21:22:23 (UTC)

June Song List


June 21, 2015 Sunday 9:22 PM [it's a solstice which means if I were in the Percy Jackson world, something really intense would be happening right now. I'm a dork]

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JESUS CHRIST THIS IS LONG

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Celestial by Pullahs (has no voice, just instruments. fun to listen to on headphones)

Hey by Pixies (I love passionate talk-singing)

**Worms VS. Birds by Modest Mouse (this was a really cute Modest Mouse song. Self pity me)

Pedestrian at Best by Courtney Barnett (angry talk-singing again, haha)

**Virgin With A Memory by Destroyer (so so so cute and pretty)

**A Life Of Arctic Sounds by Modest Mouse (more angry talk-singing, my favorite)

No Cars Go (Cover of Arcade Fire) by Maxence Cyrin (relaxing piano version)

Afterlife by Arcade Fire (upbeat yet sad)

Bad Night by James Haddock (heard it on Louie and I liked it)

The Suburbs by Arcade Fire (again with the upbeat sadness, characteristic of Arcade Fire to be honest)

Feels Like We Only Go Backwards by Tame Impala

Big Jet Plane (Acoustic) by Angus & Julia Stone (slow and soft and pretty, nice guitar)

Monkey Gone To Heaven by Pixies (I keep combining this song with Digging For Fire. Alt/indie rock.)

The Clockwise Witness by Devotchka (pretty, pretty song. the internet says this is "gypsy punk" and "dark cabaret" whatever that means)

Bad Girl by Devendra Banhart (Reminds me of me, not for the reasons you might think, though. Lo-fi, freak folk, psychedelic folk. who makes these genre things??)

****Neighbourhood #4 (7 Kettles) by Arcade Fire (looove this. indie rock, art rock, baroque pop, just what the fuck?)

Crown Of Love by Arcade Fire

Don't Panic by Coldplay (I'm into the guitar and the voice that tells you to calm down, everything is going to be okay, all that)

Hurt by Johnny Cash (always a good song. I like that his voice isn't great)

Danny Boy by Johnny Cash

Hotel Interlude by Maxence Cyrin (this is creepy. Again, no voices, just instruments. THis goes for all of Maxence Cyrin music)

Eye of the Storm by Maxence Cyrin (nice)

***Le Cercueil De Sarah by Maxence Cyrin (makes my heart hurt)

Ruins by Morteth (instrumental. forgot that word, haha. This isn't on my list, I was just reminded of it)

The Recluse by Cursive (sounds so desperate?? like me? emo, post-hardcore, indie rock)

***There, There by Radiohead (YES, YES. THIS IS GOOD. Alt-rock?)

**In The Backseat by Arcade Fire (i like to sleep. This is pretty, makes me sad, and kind of puts me on edge)

Kuroi Ledge by A Lot Like Birds (Nice, nice. Post-hardcore, progressive rock, idk)

Peach, Plum, Pear by Joanna Newsom (I listened to this song wayyyy back when because Elise asked me to. I saw it on my "Watch again" list and yeah. That is the story. Her voice is really child-like and innocent, so I like it)

Nothing At All by The Shins (can't get this song out of my hurting head. I like it, though. Alt-rock, indie rock, folk rock)

The Gloating Sun by The Shins

***When I Goose-Step by The Shins

Dammit Anna by The Morning Benders (I just really like the name and it sounds nice)

King Park by La Dispute (i like how this tells a story)

Houses by Natalie Evans (once again, was in the watch again category because Elise asked me to listen to it. Very pretty, again with the innocent voice. AND THE HARP, THE HARP, AWW)

Nocturne op. 9 no. 2 - Chopin (so, so, so pretty)

Gnossienne no. 1,2, and 3 by Erik Satie (reminds me of Donnie Darko)

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MY HEAD HURTS. I'M DEHYDRATED. GOOD NIGHT.


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