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Soundtrip: Matt Nathanson

Soundtrip: Matt Nathanson

Matt Nathanson is a singer-songwriter whose music is a blend of rock, folk, and a bit of soul. His most popular song to date is Come On Get Higher, from his 2007 album Some Mad Hope. It reached a high of 59 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Christmas Eve Soundtrip: Straight No Chaser

First of all: Apologies for the lack of updates. The mix of real life as well as my actual travels have more or less taken over most of my free time, but hopefully I’ll be able to do more in the new year. Second: MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE! In celebration of “the most wonderful time of...

Soundtrip: Kings of Convenience

The Mosaic Music Festival (read my entry about it here) is currently in full swing here in Singapore, and tonight, I’ll be watching my only non-free (meaning I paid for tickets) concert: Kings of Convenience. I cannot – and will not – claim to be a long-time fan of Kings of Convenience. Truth be told,...

Soundtrip: Mosaic Music Festival 2010 in Singapore

The Mosaic Music Festival is an annual music festival held in Singapore every March. It features music from different parts of the world, and includes many different styles, including jazz, blues, hip-hop, electronica, indie, and more. This year, the Mosaic Music Festival is on March 12-21 at the Esplanade Theatres on the Bay. Many different...

Soundtrip: Boyce Avenue – Live and Acoustic in the Philippines

Boyce Avenue, a Florida-based band popular for its strong acoustic roots and melodic rock sound, consists of the three brothers Alejandro, Fabian, and Daniel Manzano, and Stephen Hatker. The band first came together in 2000, when Alejandro (lead vocals, guitar, piano) and Fabian (guitar, vocals), then 14 and 16 years old, respectively, started playing guitar....

Soundtrip: “Roadtrip” by 10 Story Fall

That’s Roadtrip by the indie band 10 Story Fall. I caught one of their gigs last night at Mag:Net Katipunan, and this song right here would probably this blog’s theme song (if blogs had theme songs… which they should). I wish I could give a non-biased review, but they’re my friends, so all I can...