Music of the Week


This is where the Music of the Week is posted! Updates (normally) on Mondays.

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Week 4 - It's a Bitter World, and I'd Rather Dream

Posted on April 9, 2012 at 9:20 PM Comments comments (0)

Hello everyone!

I've just come back from spring break, so sorry about the no-show of a post. So, let's get right to it, shall we?

Monday: Children of Africa: The Story of Us by Symphony of Science

Symphony of Science brings a unique viewpoint of the world to anyone who cares to listen.This song in particular has a brilliant melody and chord structure, as well as a general optimistic feel that wells up deep inside of you. It expresses powerful messages...

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Week 3 - You Go There, You're Gone Forever

Posted on March 26, 2012 at 6:00 AM Comments comments (0)


Hi everyone! Sorry for the REALLY late post. I had a whole bunch of stuff to do over the past few weeks. Regardless, here's your weekly dose of music. (Hopefully I'll be back on schedule by next Monday).

Monday: Anywhere Is by Enya

What a brilliant song! Unlike her normal style, this Enya song is upbeat and full of life. An interesting storyline that reminds me of a maze through the lyrics. Not to mention the addictive beat and stupendous instr...

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Week 2 - Every Siren Is A Symphony

Posted on February 27, 2012 at 5:00 AM Comments comments (0)

Hello everyone! Welcome to the second MOTW! Have you stuck with me this far? Today we have some new artists that perhaps you've never heard of, and some ones that I'm sure you've heard of. Let's begin!

Monday: Ce Matin-Là (That Morning) by Air

This is a relaxing jazz piece. Not with saxophones though. With my favorite instrument, the french horn (which comes in around the 1 minute mark). This is not the normal genre you'd find from Air, however. They a...

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Week 1 - It Really Is The Good Life

Posted on February 20, 2012 at 5:00 AM Comments comments (1)

Hey everyone! It's the first MOTW! You will find that I post many types of music here including pop, techno, orchestral, epic, and (gasp) even dubstep.

For future reference, songs are best heard at the highest resolution (unless stated otherwise, so please turn it up to the highest - usually 480p, 720p, or 1080p) in the youtube videos and with stereo headphones. That means with both earbuds in. Now, let the music take you into another world...where it's just you and the music.

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