Without the splendid crashes, great moves are otherwise very much like a marching band—needing direction and coordinated footwork. March Fourth from Portland, Oregon led this playlist of music about movement and bearable weight before I called a new formation.
The sun streams into the new apartment’s kitchen and through the tall windows in the bedroom with original shutters from 1901. Like this podcast, I will fit the furniture near each other and into nooks for all of you. For now, this is what I am listening to in my Brooklyn brownstone. (List of songs at the bottom.)
“Early Morning Risers” – Dinosaur Feathers
“Shiawassee Pen” (Daytrotter session) – Luke Winslow-King
“Feather” – Little Dragon
“I Can Make the Pain Disappear” – Fear of Tigers
“Sixteen” – The Heavy
“Castanets” – Alejandro Escovedo
“You and Me and the Moon” (Magnetic Fields cover) – This is Ivy League
“Things Will Never Be the Same Again” – JJ
“Crack Haus” – March Fourth
“Come Around” – Tim & Jean
“Slick” – Chew Lips
“We Shall Burn Bright” (iambic remix) – Husky Rescue
“Careful With That Hat” – Citay
What should I hang above the aprons in the kitchen?
Other decorative suggestions?
More podcasts in the kthread spins section.
- kthread spins: brooklyn, take me in
- kthread spins: november on repeat
- kthread spins: music to greet the morning
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Posted by Kristen Taylor on Monday, December 7th, 2009, 4:50 pm * Filed in Music, Podcast. * Tags: brooklyn, brownstone, kristen, kthread, move, movement, taylor. Follow responses through the RSS 2.0 feed. Leave a response, or trackback from your own site.