Sunday, March 27, 2011

Lend Me Your Ears: Music comforts nocturnal state

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The Heavy: "How You Like Me Now" is famously used in the U.S. to market Kia Motors. 
The "soulful" Jessie J.
It's 4:45 a.m. on a Sunday morning and I've been awake all night. Unable to sleep, I have taken comfort in a cup of steaming Chamomile flavored with honey & lemon. I compliment my twilight tea with British music while awaiting the Chamomile's relaxing effects to take hold ... simply kickin' back and enjoying a private musical sojourn -- holla!!!
My tea party jams are below: 
The Heavy: How you like me now:

little people: Mickey Mouse Operation:
Also, enjoy these free downloads of early unreleased amazing songs. Get them here and DJ mix here and mashup here.

Update: My beloved "little people" aka Laurent Clerc has scheduled his first U.S. concert -- yeahhh!!!

Cincy hip hop artist opens for Wu Tang Clan's GZA

Correction: My apologies for using the
wrong image for  hip hop artist
Ill Poetic (above).

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I was surprised to learn Earlham College, a small Quaker college in Indiana, would host a hip hop concert, featuring Wu Tang Clan founding member GZA. But it was really special to hear that Cincy hip hop artist Ill Poetic would open the show -- quite a coup for a rising Midwest homeboy, who also shared the Earlham stage with hip hop heavyweights' Brother Ali, Freddie Gibbs and Illogic. Check out the musicality of cincy dweller Ill Poetic below:
The Beautiful
The Last ("eff word" warning):
Earlham College