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Book #16 Fashionably Late by Beth Kendrick. Another breezy read that admirably got me through the gap this afternoon between finishing lunch with my husband and picking the kids up from school. So much chick lit...

Although more serious titles are in the offing. :)

Also, I finally got around to getting Funeral by Arcade Fire and I really like it. Sadly, the new Franz isn't capturing my fancy as of yet but I'm going to keep trying. Couldn't Death Cab just play the entire concert? For me? That's not too much to ask is it? lol
angela_o: (Betty Boop)
Book #16 Fashionably Late by Beth Kendrick. Another breezy read that admirably got me through the gap this afternoon between finishing lunch with my husband and picking the kids up from school. So much chick lit...

Although more serious titles are in the offing. :)

Also, I finally got around to getting Funeral by Arcade Fire and I really like it. Sadly, the new Franz isn't capturing my fancy as of yet but I'm going to keep trying. Couldn't Death Cab just play the entire concert? For me? That's not too much to ask is it? lol
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I've always said that stuff expands to fill the space available. Well, apparently music expands to fill the iPod space available as well. I thought that 4G sounded like so much when I opened my lovely early birthday surprise, but I'm closing in on 70% filled up already. Ah, the decisions! What do I exclude? What must I have? It's tough I tell ya. Plus, I still need to figure out if there's a way to keep iTunes from downloading everything to the iPod when it synchronizes the folders. Hmmm.

Anyway, I now enlist suggestions from all of you. My musical finds that I've loved in the past few months have been Keane (Hopes and Fears), Frou Frou (Details, my latest love), Rufus Wainwright, and The Postal Service. I know, I'm really behind the times with some of these, but I figure much better late then never right? I'm bound and determined not to be one of those people who ages and refuses to listen to new music and thus gets stuck with a finite pool of listening choices with nothing from past their middle 20's in the queue. So, what five bands/singers would *you* recommend I check out? I'm primarily a British alternativeish kind of gal, but I'm open to all suggestion. A brief description of the singer/group's sound/music would be a great help.

Please, rec away!
angela_o: (Default)
I've always said that stuff expands to fill the space available. Well, apparently music expands to fill the iPod space available as well. I thought that 4G sounded like so much when I opened my lovely early birthday surprise, but I'm closing in on 70% filled up already. Ah, the decisions! What do I exclude? What must I have? It's tough I tell ya. Plus, I still need to figure out if there's a way to keep iTunes from downloading everything to the iPod when it synchronizes the folders. Hmmm.

Anyway, I now enlist suggestions from all of you. My musical finds that I've loved in the past few months have been Keane (Hopes and Fears), Frou Frou (Details, my latest love), Rufus Wainwright, and The Postal Service. I know, I'm really behind the times with some of these, but I figure much better late then never right? I'm bound and determined not to be one of those people who ages and refuses to listen to new music and thus gets stuck with a finite pool of listening choices with nothing from past their middle 20's in the queue. So, what five bands/singers would *you* recommend I check out? I'm primarily a British alternativeish kind of gal, but I'm open to all suggestion. A brief description of the singer/group's sound/music would be a great help.

Please, rec away!

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