Great picks from The Littlest Winslow


This post is nothing more than a shameless plug for my friend and old college colleague Nick at The Littlest Winslow, who’s been mentioned here more than once in terms of music selections to which he’s introduced me. (He was the lead inspiration for the Music Other People Like series you find here as well.) Continue reading

Music other people like: Tove Lo, Architecture in Helsinki

A quick update for you with a couple of tracks from trusted music sources. Tim, who provided the basis of a recent post, offers up a track from Tove Lo for listening. “Habits (Stay High)” is another female-driven track that fits in well with his previous selections. If you liked the previous round of picks, definitely check this one out, or just listen above. Continue reading

Music other people like: Cash Cash


Every so often Nick at The Littlest Winslow pops up a music post that catches my attention. A couple of weeks ago, he posted a few tracks by Cash Cash, which seems to blend the pop/EDM/dubstep line pretty well within their repertoire. Continue reading

A decade later: iTunes and digital downloads


Somehow in the midst of everything, I failed to post on a subject I had been waiting awhile to because an anniversary was coming.  Well, it passed, but it still was a game changer for me and how I shop for music: The launch of iTunes and the iTunes Store for Windows, which happened in October of 2003. Continue reading

Music other people like: Lily Allen’s ‘Hard Out Here’

My friend Nick over at The Littlest Winslow is many times on top of things before it’s even on my radar, and the latest Lily Allen release, “Hard Out Here” is no exception. (Warning: Video’s NSFW.) Continue reading

Music other people like: Muse, Bastille

After a number of years where I was in a bit of a malaise about music, the past year and a half or so has been pretty exciting.  I’ve been immersed in music much more so, and have stepped away somewhat from podcasts, which had been my audio of choice for a number of years.

All that said, unlike in college, where music discovery was practically a job, my time’s much more limited now, so I miss things a lot, especially given I don’t listen to the radio at all anymore. So I’m grateful when friends introduce me to music. Continue reading