wherenightisblind:

My friends and I thought the world needed a good classical guitar cover of BBC’s Sherlock, so we made it happen. 

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MUSICAL NOTATION, AS DESCRIBED BY CATS

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(I would have liked to crop some of these gifs (like the accent ones) to make them more accurate but alas, I lack the skills.)

enjolrastopheles:

"Last Christmas" - Frank Turner.

estherlune:

Michael Price - Sherlock series 3 soundtrack (preview)

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star trek main theme (michael giacchino)

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saintwicked:

Get Lucky | Daft Punk feat. Pharrell Williams

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drewlords:

Currently Listening:
The Dear Hunter - Migrant

The new album is officially out!

drewlords:

Currently Listening:

The Dear Hunter - Migrant

The new album is officially out!


ksexizzle:

This is The Dear Hunter. And they are my favorite.

don’t let the world, don’t let the world bring you down

Can’t stop listening to this song.

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serehn:

50/50- The Strokes

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anthao0o:

Ólafur Arnalds - Old Skin ft. Arnór Dan

c0nt1nuum:

Lydia - Hurry Back Tonight

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saxophoneyyy:

cdtablog:

Colin Stetson, who has toured with Bon Iver, and Justin Vernon himself have released this eerie cover of a song off of the new album from the British artist Fink. The cover features Stetson on the saxophone, who expertly renders progressions of what was repetitive and continuous guitar chords on the original. Stetson is known, and perhaps famous in the music scene, for mastering the art of “circular breathing,” a technique which allows him to play a woodwind instrument (such as the saxophone) without taking a breath. 

The Stetson/Vernon cover is much darker and shorter and features Vernon’s distinct vocals, but it is worth listening too even if just for the famous “drone” of the saxophone, which is recognizable from Bon Iver’s most recent album. The original is more playful and much easier to listen to - I am surprised Fink isn’t more popular in the United States at this point. Check him out on Spotify, or listen to the original version of Warm Shadow on youtube here

Catherine

holy crap it’s bon iver but dark

I miss playing this…

I miss playing this…

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