Hello again fellow bloggers and bloggettes, time to discuss the topic of sweet sounds we like to to move our bodies in synchronization with. I know my last blog was a little all over the place so I'll try to keep future blogs focused on one subject at a time... hopefully.
Yesterday a friend of mine and I were hanging out at his house, jamming on guitar and keyboard, showing each other songs we'd recently written or started to work on, doing what we normally do. He then brought up a website that I had never heard of but is now definitely my new favorite site for music.
Grooveshark.com is the site he asked me about, and I told him I had no idea what it was so he pulled it up.
It's basically every song any artist or band has ever released. So theres tons of rare b-sides and live music on there that I've never really heard before. We sat there for half an hour looking up our favorite bands and searching for songs we hadn't heard and rocking out to them once we found them.
One song in particular by one of my favorite bands The Strokes, is one that I've heard before but I had a really bad recording of it from a different show, and you could only hear one guitar, but this recording of it on Grooveshark sounds so raw but you can actually hear all of the instruments and I felt like I was at the show hearing one of their brand new songs or something. It was amazing and now I'm obsessed with the song, I can't stop listening to it and I learned all the guitar/ bass parts. If you wanna check it out its here, and it's called "Sagganuts" (it was a working title) and it's awesome.
Use Grooveshark, listen to good music, and have a nice day.