Music Finds #17 – Classical, K-pop and disco
“Music Finds” is a new series, with new posts here on the blog each Wednesday. The concept is as follows:
As I listen to a lot of music, I from time to time finds a piece that sticks out, sometimes because it’s quirky, mixed two very unlikely genres, unlikely instruments, or just damn right having an awesome sound. Expect any kind of genre to appear here. These songs is what I will be sharing with you in these posts called “Music Finds”
But really it’s mostly a segment about some of my most played songs!”
This has been quite the busy work-week, which I hope explains the late post. Let’s get down to it, shall we?
Not the most played, but the most needed, is “Pavane” by Gabriel Faure. Far from new, this piece tends to top my playlist from time to time. It’s one of my favorite classical pieces.
As SaSa just announced that her series “K-Kop Monday” is going on a summer break, I thought that my (now somewhat) regular K-pop finds would be to some confidence:
Baechigi feat. Ailee – Shower of tears
A great slow dance “K-POP”-song with a few rap-smooothdowns. Officially one of my new favorites of this genre.
Other “new” tracks in the K-field:
Finally we have a re-discovery I made the other day. It might be to early for #AREKUdiscoFriday, but…
#16 – MUCC/ムック
#15 – My introduction to Japanese Music
#14 – Fragile Voices
#13 – Pop and Black-Metal
#12 – Nostalgia for no reason
#11 – Some J to your Rock
#10 – Lynch. the devil
#9 – Oldies but Goldies
#8 – Gotta have that ‘oumpf’
#7 – “The Visualist from OZ”
#6 – A French Danse
#5 – Post-rock
#4 – Japanese Anti-Hero
#3 – Reggae meets metal
#2 – Korean Idols?
#1 – Steampunk Sing-alon