Rio Bravo ain’t a band anymore. They split up a while back, so there isn’t much available about them.
The 2012 romantic-comedy movie ‘Stuck in Love’ is where I found it. Just one stanza! But that one stanza gave enough reason to look up for it. The lyrics is indeed exquisite. It is one of those song which depicts the story of a person who gets out of the cave to see the light out there.
Here is my favorite part:
He gathered his pride and suited up
In front of the crowd
He raised his voice
As shaky as it was
And with an arrogant smile, he shook his head
Counted his fingers from one to ten
With a foot like lead
revived the engine
And he left for the road, no coming home,
No end in sight, like a blue sky
He was his own, no coming home
No end in sight He realized
That he drove all night
Happy Listening! 🙂
This song by Miguel is fancy a listen. The actual song was part of Miguel’s 2014 album ‘Wildheart’. Though two other remixed version were released too. One by Kacey Musgraves which seemed like a perfect combination of R&B and Country. And the other by RAC. Yet, this version by the Australian psychedelic pop rock band Tame Impala is more tripper.
The ambiance in which this song is recorded has a very different and exotic thing about it. It felt more like an aquatic journey. I would recommend to have both the heads of the ear phone on while listening to it.
You know sharing would just prove what a superior taste you have got in music. 😀
Yes, I have a weird thing for indie rock. I am in the phase. So today I present this amazing song which was released a month back only and is already holding a position in the Canada Hot 100 Chart. Trust me, This song will get in your head and won’t go.
The Strumbellas is a Juno award winning canadian band. This song is part of their upcoming album ‘Hope’.
Are you thinking of keeping a song as amazing as this to yourself? Eh?
This Spanish song is written by Rodrigo Amarante who is a famous Brazilian singer-songwriter. Many of you might have heard this one though as it is the theme song of the famous Netflix original series ‘Narcos’.
Amarante wrote this song keeping Pablo Escobar’s mother and what she used to listen to while raising her son. Its a spainsh song and you surely won’t get a word of it but then it sounds really pleasing to ears. Its music is the best part. And about Narcos, Do I even have to say it? It is one heck of a series.
Here is the translation of ‘Tuyo’:
I am the fire that burns your skin,
Soy el fuego que arde tu piel
I am the water that kills your thirst.
soy el agua que mata tu sed.
Of the castle, I am the tower,
El castillo, la torre yo soy
the sword that guards the treasure.
la espada que guarda el caudal.
You, the air that I breathe,
tu el aire que respiro yo
and the light of the moon on the sea.
y la luz de la luna en el mar.
The throat that longs to be choked
La garganta que ansio mojar
that I’m afraid I’ll drown in love.
que temo ahogar de amor.
And which desires you are going to give me.
y cuales deseos me vas a dar
just to look is treasure enough,
mi tesoro basta con mirarlo,
it will be yours, it will be yours.
tuyo será, y tuyo será.
Keeping it to yourself would be unfair. Share it!
Either its the ’70s glitz outfits, reminiscent of Queen or shaggy hair that infers Kiss, however The Struts are unquestionably fascinating. The song ‘Only Just A Call Away’ is from the reissue of their first album ‘Everybody Wants’. This English band is said to be propelled by Queen, The rolling stones, Oasis, and The Libertines. With a sound that parallels Jet, Arctic Monkeys and The Libertines, The Struts bring a catchy, modern rock ‘n’ roll vibe to the table.
So here is a treat for your ears.