[sf-lug] OT: youtube, music, and Linux
einfeldt at gmail.com
Thu Dec 27 14:56:53 PST 2007
I don't really know much about music, but I thought I would hazard a few
On Dec 27, 2007 12:54 PM, Kristian Erik Hermansen <
kristian.hermansen at gmail.com> wrote:
> I made the following
> MP3's on Linux :-)
Awesome. I really should film your band and interview you about your Linux
audio work. I would like to put these links on a Linux Audio list that I am
a member of.
The DTP film needs to make FOSS sexy, and your music is good. It has a
Beatles' type sound to it.
This first song is the song that I was listening to when wrote the above.
Very Beatlesque. Clear lyrics, the kind of pop tune that you can't get out
of your head with a memorable refrain.
This song sounds a bit like U2. Guitar and vocal build up to a theme change
with a breath-taking pause.
First impression, ringing guitars. Good bass guitar, good melodic guitars,
good vocals, but stands a bit in the shadow of its sister songs above.
Still, this song is much better than lots of the stuff you hear on the
radio. More driving than its sisters.
Chris Isaak start. Gravely vocals that make teenager girls fall in love
with posters. Then moves to a big sweeping pop sound with ringing guitars
and lots of, well, atmosphere sounds.
Really nice opening with strong vocals in the drivers' seat. Funny woo hoo
refrain introduced early gives the song memorability. I could definitely
see a roomful of kids bouncing off the walls to this song, and it's the kind
of song that would have had me bouncing off the walls 20 years ago (I'm
> you are interested in seeing The Rogue Signs play out,
yeah! By "play out" do you mean rehearse?
> The website is down at the moment, but we are
> local to SF and the lead singer lives over in Sunset...
k, sounds good.
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