Deep-diving into the Vault tracks on Red (Taylor’s Version)
I began collecting records four years ago. Knowing little to nothing about vinyl, it started off rough. This is the case for most beginners, who tend to gravitate towards the aesthetically-pleasing Crosley briefcase players that sound like nails on a chalkboard.
If you haven’t already been to Brian’s Record Option, make sure to stop by at 381 Princess Street. He is open from Monday to Saturday, from 9:30 am to 6:00 pm. I may just see you there!
Nowadays the idea of a SoundCloud rapper with colourful hair, melodic flows, bright beats and crazy antics has been enshrined in the minds of hip-hop […]
I don’t talk to myself much, but sometimes I know exactly what I want to hear. When I feel like all I need to do […]
Even as someone who doesn’t regularly listen to Taylor Swift, the modern phenomenon of ‘(Taylor’s Version)’ is pretty hard to miss. Recently, I have started […]
If you remember the big jump you went off, you also remember the music soaring to match the apex of your flight. However, this doesn’t exist as just a memory. I can play the game whenever I want to relive these experiences and hear the music again in the same context as I did before. I think that this is an incredibly powerful feeling… we invest our time and emotions into games and it’s no wonder that we feel nostalgic about them. Music immerses us further into the isolated universes and experiences of a story by putting it in our own hands, eyes, and ears.
The perpetual question I ask myself while walking down the street blasting the Midnight in Paris soundtrack is, why doesn’t my life feel like a […]
Music is an intensely emotional art. I’ve gotta say that I’ve cried a lot more listening to music than I have looking at paintings. A […]