So I know I’m a bit late to jump on this bandwagon, but Pandora has really been rocking my world lately! I highly recommend the Mumford and Sons station, where I’ve discovered a lot of really good songs — and this week’s Tune in Tuesday pick is one of them. Here’s “Serpentine” by Chris Bathgate:
I like its melancholy, dreamlike quality.
Also, I’m realizing that all my Tune in Tuesday picks thus far have featured male artists. I’ll have to post about some ladies who rock one of these days!
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Better late than never! Pandora has introduced me to SO MANY new artists. It’s actually quite overwhelming at times but I love it. Chris is new to me but I also love the melancholy feel to hit. It really is catchy and calm at the same time!
I totally agree re “catchy and calm.” It makes me feel peaceful!
Also, happy birthday! 🙂
Ooer… I really really like this! Would it be weird to say it sounds kind of like winter? I absolutely love it. Thanks so much for the introduction! 🙂
What a beautiful (and strangely accurate) way to describe it! Glad you enjoyed.
That’s weird. I pick all male singers and my husband leans towards liking female singers. I never really thought about it before.
Hmm, I wonder if it’s some kind of weird gender-opposites thing. The vast majority of musical artists I like are male. And yet the vast majority of authors I like are female…I don’t pretend to understand it!