Earworms #5 – Aliens, Separation, and Controversial Covers

As finals draw ever closer (and my time at Oxford comes to an end), I am spending more and more time in the library. Thus, a great way to procrastinate is to browse Spotify/YouTube to look for new music. The best thing is that I can justify it as doing “work”… Arrival by Jóhann Jóhannsson … More Earworms #5 – Aliens, Separation, and Controversial Covers

Earworms #3 – Japanese Temples, Grigio Girls, and Final Fantasy

These posts aren’t going to be a regular thing, just when I find new music or rediscover old pieces. So, are you ready for some more Earworms? Shakkei for Oboe and Small Orchestra by Hilary Tann Who doesn’t love music by a Welsh-American composer based on the view from two Japanese temples? Shakkei is actually … More Earworms #3 – Japanese Temples, Grigio Girls, and Final Fantasy

Earworms #1

Earworms #1 So, I miss reviewing. I miss not doing chart reviews each week but sadly I don’t have time to do them on an Oxford degree. So I have a compromise for you all. I’m going to try and talk about the music that I have been listening to when in the various libraries … More Earworms #1