This makes me happy!

It's finally here. The new Edward Sharpe's video for the song Please. Absolutely amazing! Enjoy!


In 2012 I downloaded a winter playlist from Kinfolk Magazine and as usual I probably listened to one or two songs. Today I decided to look for something to sleep and I found this delicate, calm and at the same time deep song, from this duet called Orcas, this song is part of that playlist that I totally ignored two years ago and now I'm completely in love with it. What is the lesson here? Timing is crucial, it's ok to ignore somethings but it's very important to keep them and this apply to people too, you never know when you are gonna need a person, some comfort of an old song, some words from a ignored book. Well that gives me hope, because that special one will find me back eventually, there's time.
Enjoy and happy Wednesday!


My sweet friend Luke sent me this song a couple of weeks ago and he said it was special for me because it talks about God in a really cool and awesome way. Luke knows I love folk music and this one, could not be more perfect. I try to have very good relationship with the Guy Upstairs, if you know what I mean ;)

Then to make me more happy Luke sent me the whole album and it's amazing, it's not religious, it's perfect to chill, it makes me very calm. The band in fact is a duet called The Welcome Wagon and they are from Brooklyn, NY. Really worth a check!

Finally we are no one!

Sorry guys, It's been a while, my work and personal life were dragging me down and today part of it, to be more clear, my work problems were solved, not in the way I wanted but let's say I have more possibilities now to be happy and more productive.
I'm having problems to sleep since December last year, so I need to take medicine to sleep every night and that makes me lazy and quite down during the day, that's why I stopped posting. Today I have decided that I need to come back to be myself again, no matter what, because my work situation was making me fade away. This is my first step to a big change and nothing better than start with music. I love this band, I've been listening to them since 2007 or so, usually I play their albuns when I go to sleep because they are so calm and comforting. If you don't know them, the band is called Múm and they are from Iceland.
The video below is from the album - Finally we are no one - one of my favourites. it brings me back to a very happy phase of my life, probably the phase I was happiest but also gives me hope to keep fighting for better days. Enjoy!

Robert Samuel Hanson

Robert Samuel Hanson has an incredible portfolio. I really love his illustrations, especially these above, based on a week in Brooklyn for a solo show at Analogue Books in Edinburgh.