Support the artists!

Friday, December 4, 2009


I hate finals, but i love Rubies.
SF fresh air :)
explode from center = top 5 albums all time.

and then some live snippets:


Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Passion Pit

if i were one of those bloggers that posted new acts before they became somewhat mainstream then i'd have to shoot myself in the head right now. but luckily im not. i love passion pit! palm pixi be damned!
Anyway; their chunk of change EP was basically the soundtrack of my senior year so when i found it in a record store the other day it is understandable how i flipped out and bought it for the outrageous price. physical copy of greatness? price me damned!
heres the goods; from notorious to almost obscure.


Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Fleet Foxes

almost legendary at this point.
always wonderful.


Friday, November 27, 2009

MGMT - Electric Feel (Justice Remix)

this is a staple pretty much..
sounds as good as it did a year and a half ago..still cant stop listening to it


Monday, November 9, 2009

Gucci Vump + l-vis 1990

this one has been circulating around the blogs for a while.
this song is nothing less than infectious; it gets a bit quirky around 4:00 but even that sounds awesome.

buy it!

myspace l-vis
myspace gucci(their label Sound Pellegrino)

Monday, September 14, 2009


Miami natives Tony Smurphio and Cuci Amador have been making music together for 2 years now which makes me all the more embarrassed to say that I've been completely unaware of the talent brewing right here at home. A fresh breath of air from the screamo/emo, hip-hop-tronica, reggaeton scene (read:crapfest) thats dominating the city's local circuit.

Here is their one and only music video(as far as I'm aware of):

These guys don't quite have a physical release yet, but their two song EP is available on iTunes (That Thing/Nighttime)
support these guys! :)


theres also a mixtape they released to feed our hunger until a full length release
free mixtape

Friday, August 21, 2009

New Format

Havent been posting at all lately..and its because im lazy honestly, and while i do enjoy the original format ive laid out..its exhausting.
so im adopting a new format..
from now on I will be posting links to media hosting website. Please take note however, that any and all links posted were uploaded by another entity. I do not/have not/will not upload any of the links posted here, ever. they are found through simple to use search tools, such as google. Since i have not uploaded the files myself, i will not be able to satisfy and "re-up" requests. any questions, please fire away. otherwise, enjoy :)
remember that any and all music that you do not own legally should be deleted 24 hours after you have downloaded it! PURCHASE ZE MUSIC! :D thankyou!

Update 04/10/2011:

As per blog re-birth there will be no posting of links. If you like it and can't/won't buy it and are too lazy to get it through other methods then I am not going to help you out. Go to amazon, shell out a few bucks. It doesn't hurt as bad as it sounds.

Friday, July 10, 2009

Ellie Goulding

Relative to every other artist posted so far Ellie Goulding is a blip on the radar, but she wont be that way for long. Yet to release a studio album Ellie has recorded a handful of songs that have already made the circuits around the blogosphere, I'd be in the wrong if I didn't post them myself.
Unfortunately none of the songs have official videos so i've done what i can:
"Starry Eyed"

"Guns and Horses"

"Black and Gold"



Röyksopp has been making music since the late 1990s but I as well and many others were not exposed to said music until an insurance company decided to replace their little green gecko with some self-conscious cavemen. Regardless, their music is absolutely phenomenal so if you have yet to check them out, you've been missing out on 10 years of great music. With a pretty large back-catalog, 3 full length albums out already (one in early 2009) and another expected to drop this year, it is a great time to delve into Röyksopp.


The Girl And The Robot from Röyksopp on Vimeo.

Happy Up Here from Röyksopp on Vimeo.

Only This Moment from Röyksopp on Vimeo.

What Else Is There? from Röyksopp on Vimeo.

Poor Leno from Röyksopp on Vimeo.

Remind Me from Röyksopp on Vimeo.

The Commercial We All Remember (Stateside at least)

and a fan-made video of one of my favorite Röyksopp tunes(& favorite films):




Saturday, June 27, 2009


In an effort to go back and forth with well known and not so famous acts I am posting a relatively new act. So following the legendary M83 is a young act not yet legendary. Former beatboxer, Frankmusik is an up and coming musician to be reckoned with. Super funky basslines and catchy lyrics are the tools used by Frankmusik to bring the 80's disco-funk pop sound back. His first full album is expected to drop in June 2009.
Posted below are some of my favorites by Frankmusik:

Be sure to check out Frankmusik:

Thursday, June 25, 2009


Master of the synths, M83 has been making music since 2001. But not until 2005 with the release of 'before the dawn heals us' (and the departure of nicolas fromageau) did they produce a sound that cannot be described as anything less than infectious. M83 has continued to ride a wave of success since, releasing 'saturdays = youth' in 2008; which to be frank, is nothing short of breathtaking.
here are some of the highlights of m83's career:

M83 - Kim and Jessie from Mute Records on Vimeo.

Graveyard Girl from purnell on Vimeo.

M83 - We Own the Sky from Mute Records on Vimeo.

M83 "Don't Save Us From The Flames" from Matthew Frost on Vimeo.

M83 - MOONCHILD from Evan Lane on Vimeo.

Some older m83

Amazon Music

Tuesday, June 23, 2009


Hello Everyone!
I am foozy! :) this is my blog and that is the name I have chosen to call myself :)
I hail from Miami, Fl. The city that millions flock to for 2-3 weeks of the year and go back home after wards..and for good reason too. But this blog is not about my hometown. It is about me, more or less, more so about the music that I drown myself in. And it is all for my friends. As you may or may not know, I have a music collection of over 1,000,000 songs. All gathered through legal channels of course. Whether they are vinyl, cassette, or digital. If it exists and It has caught my attention then I own it. For a long time, a VERY long time, I thought exclusivity made the music more enticing somehow. The fact that it took me 7 years to track down a song/album would have me bursting with pride when I'd finally obtain it. And this was fine, except I would be hesitant to share the music. I felt entitled. It had taken me seven years to get this album, why should I share it with others? If they want it they should invest as much time as I have.... that was the thought process for many years. Recently though this has all changed. I have come to realize this after coming across a surprisingly large amount of people with a similar breadth of musical taste as myself...there's nothing like singing along to an obscure song with a complete stranger. I have also realized that exclusivity is rather pompous and fucking retarded. The artists don't make the music so a few greedy pricks can listen to their albums and feel like they are the true supporters of said artist, they make music so that people may enjoy it. And the more the better! And thus I have created this blog, to share with my friends(present and future), enlighten the masses, and SUPPORT THE ARTISTS!!!

Hope you enjoy!

Just to be upfront about this, I will NOT be posting links on this blog to media hosting websites. NO!
I WILL however, whenever possible, be posting links to where said artists music can be sampled/purchased, like they're myspace or amazon music.

P.P.S: i may or may not be posting links to other blogs which may or may not have links to media hosting websites. i am not responsible for what is posted on other blogs.