Friday, December 9, 2016

Stimulating Station Seeds

Here's some station seeds if you're in need of music for the weekend!

Jimmy Eat World:

These guys have been around the emo and pop punk scene so long that they pretty much helped invent the genre. They've also had so many different sounds that the station goes everywhere from Weezer to Yellowcard to Hoobastank, and pretty much everything in between. If you're looking for a station that has the perfect blend of alternative, emo, pop punk, and late 90s-early 2000s pop, these are your guys.

Their newest single "Sure and Certain" is also a great new sound from these guys.

The Script:

I'm weirdly in an alt-emo mood, but I promise it has nothing to do with anything personal. That being said, if you've just had your heart broken, The Script are perfect for that pathetic point where you're just thinking "please come back to me, I'll do anything." They'll take you on a tour of powerful pop songs, with your Kris Allen, The Fray, OneRepublic, a hint of my singer-songwriter station, and also a smattering of late 2000s-early 2010s pop. It's a weirdly fun station, unless your heart just broke: then it's a weirdly therapeutic one.

Thought of the week:

When someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time. - Maya Angelou

'Til next time... keep on listening, keep on singing, and keep live music alive.

No comments: