mixtape: an evening’s rain

Marble sized hail are beating down upon the ground, coating the world in a thin glistening veil. Each pellet glistening in the shards of light streaking across the horizon. The whipping winds whistling through the branches blowing off the peddles of the flowering trees and melding their pink and white softeness with the harsh ice stones bouncing on the concrete. Storms have a juxtaposing beauty that can become very calming when internalized as a dance of lights in the heavens.

Tonight’s listening list encompasses both the aura of the evening and the anticipation of the week’s events and a way to step back and just enjoy life for what both what it is, and can be in all it’s undulation.

Battle Circus “Love in a Fallout Shelter” from Half-Light Symphony the E.P
Antimatter “Dreams” from Lights Out
Blackfield “Open Mind” from Blackfield
Radiohead “Karma Police” from OK Computer
Muse “Starlight” from Black Holes and Revelations
VAST “I Don’t Have Anything” from Music for People
Katatonia “the Future of Speech” from Last Fair Deal Gone Down
A Perfect Circle “Gravity” from Thirteenth Step
Pink Floyd “Us and Them” from Dark Side of the Moon
Porcupine Tree “Lazarus” from Deadwing
the Gathering “Souvenirs” from Souvenirs
Led Zeppelin “No Quarter” from Houses of the Holy
Oceansize “No Tomorrow” from Everyone into Position
The End “The Never Ever Aftermath” from Elementary

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  1. Pingback: mixtape: when it rains « doormouse’s declarations and personal attributions

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