Wednesday, 30 November 2011


Am I the only one who is scared that it's gonna be some really bad made brostep remix every time I see the word remix on youtube nowadays? Well, this song pleasantly surprised me! It's a bit interesting how I found Bonobo. I'm a huge fan of both Japan and London(thinking about traveling to London some time soon) and I was watching a video about Japanese tattooing(which I also have been thinking about, sometime in the future) and this song was playing in the background.

Also, exams over so expect more posts. Not doing a fucking thing today(except for going to the gym).

Tuesday, 29 November 2011


This tune got on when I was walking home. It dark and I could see the mist coming over the field. On my left I had a big and dark wood. Shivers went down my spine.

Monday, 28 November 2011

Basically the stuff that has been going through my headphones the latest days. 3 more exams to go.









Tuesday, 22 November 2011

Stress. I haven't slept properly for weeks and now I got exams.




The Chinese one starts at at ~1.45 and please watch the whole Korean one. Also, please try to listen to Drake tune. I dislike Drake nowadays, but he has had some pretty good tracks back in the day! So many tunes, so little time. P.S Looking into the keys when playing piano = sign of a genius playing.



Sunday, 20 November 2011

I have written a paper on modernism(the music). There are some complete mindfuck tunes(but Cage got some good track), I kid you not even though they are the fathers of electronic music. Some times you gotta listen to some music you usually wouldn't listen to.




And here's a little something for my mother(whom dislikes folk music but I some how like):

Tuesday, 15 November 2011


Now that beat is addicting, however the whole tune is a bit repetetive.




Deep.

Wednesday, 9 November 2011




Got bare memories with Jeru the Damaja. It should be like a year ago or so since I featured this one. I used to listen to this when I went to the bus in the mornings, but funnily enough I don't have much memories(music wise) from when I was walking home. First thing that pops into my mind is the graveyard which I used to run through, snow, my bus and a really nice oldschool tag that said "ICE". Jeru the Damaja and Jedi Mind Tricks both bring me me on that nostalgic trick.

P.S Larging up my man from the UK. Nice to see some new chill hip hop produced.


P.S.S I really need to feature some more dubstep.

Monday, 7 November 2011




K-Dub Shine is a boss. Seriously. Lots of other good tracks but this one is special. Along with Latin and Arabian, I want to learn Japanese too. I remember when I was a hardcore 100% metalhead and never thought I'll ever listen to electronical music and rap. Now I sit with 10 tabs open on my browser with only rap. I can still listen to good metal but I was really angry at the scene because of its close-mindedness. With internet and such nowadays, I don't understand why you would only try to listen to one genre.

P.S Fuck that K-Koke tune is DEEP.

P.S.S I promise I'm gonna try to get some dubstep to my blog, if any one want to hear any.

Saturday, 5 November 2011


Business time. I can still remember the first time I heard this tune. I have this thing that every time I listen to a track I imagine stuff, like I paint in my head. When I hear this tune I can see the East London, people in a dark room at Rinse bopping their head to this banger. This track is dark, and I like it. I've listened to all sorts of black metal, death metal, hip hop with nasty lyrics but this track is still the most evil tune I've ever heard.


This second tune is a bit different but still Skream. It's dark, heavy rhythm and percussion.

Larging up Skream.

Now I'm off to dance practice. Yeah, I dance, come at me bro.

Wednesday, 2 November 2011


Such an unrated hip-hop group. 7L & E is up there with the legends in my opinion.


A bit of a specialty for me. I actually heard this thanks to school. We had a "bring your favorite tune" type of thing on a class and a guy brought this one.

Tuesday, 1 November 2011