Now Listening 16/12/2011

Now Listening 16/12/2011

Top tunes that have been sat on repeat tickling my eardrums recently.

December 16, 2011  |  No Comments » Read More
90s Levi Adverts

90s Levi Adverts

Levi were known for using pop music in their adverts throughout the 80s, 90s and early 2000′s. In the 90s, as I was going through my teenage years, the latest Levi ad was always quite a big deal. Nowadays it’s normal to hear music and go “oh yeah, I know this, it was in that iPod/car/tv trailer advert” etc but back then most adverts still used their own jingles (“woooooooooaaaah Bodyform, Bodyform for yeeeew”) and it was unusual to feature actual popular artists.

November 18, 2011  |  No Comments » Read More
Now Listening 17/11/2011

Now Listening 17/11/2011

This week my life has mostly consisted of playing Skyrim. The only other thing I’ve done is get out for walks to remember there’s a real world out there… or is Skyrim the real world?… Anyway, these have been caressing my ears as I stomp around Bournemouth, like an Elf on a stamina potion.

November 17, 2011  |  No Comments » Read More
Now Listening 09/10/2011

Now Listening 09/10/2011

Some of the playlist that I had on repeat while hammering a Burnout Crash level for a decent high score earlier today. Compiled this blog post more for my enjoyment than anything else but if you happen to like any of the tracks too then… *hi5*

October 09, 2011  |  No Comments » Read More
Now Listening 04/09/2011

Now Listening 04/09/2011

A simple collection of tracks I’ve been listening to recently. Enjoy! Or dont.

September 03, 2011  |  No Comments » Read More
90s Nostalgia: 1992/1993

90s Nostalgia: 1992/1993

1992, a year when Nirvana brought grunge to the masses, G n’R released November Rain and The Chronic from Dr Dre came out. However, instead of relishing these future classics, I was singing away to Stay by Shakespear’s Sister (I loved Siobhan Fahey’s part), Right Said Fred and Jimmy Nail’s Ain’t No Doubt which I still consider a great pop tune, STOP LAUGHING.

September 02, 2011  |  2 Comments » Read More