I first heard the Haggis Horns when I was about 12, and when I think about it, a lot of their stuff that I listen to now was fairly new and actually still to come. They bring the funk, and their newest release in 2015 “What Comes to Mind” (£7.00 online download, £8.50 for the
http://soulr.com/album/soul-r-076-lsb-content-lp LSB – CONTENT LP, Soul:R
“Everybody dies. Wait, everybody DESERVES a death. For some of us, we come close but it isn’t the end, shattered and bloody we walk away from the train wreck. But what’s left? What’s the cost? We’re scarred. We move and breathe but I wouldn’t say we survive.” The room was silenced, but Jasper had nothing
With the recent conception of my child I haven’t been and will not be able to make it out much, which makes it pretty hard to keep up to date with new releases on the drum and bass club scene. Really, I’m going to be relying on my boyfriend to not only bring home the
Today was a bad day, I did a lot of things wrong, And I’m lonely where it hurts the most, In a place I should know, Where my hands keep catching on fire like the flowers by our bed, But they won’t burn like we do. And we do, We all get burned up So
Made friends with a cat at work. Steve is beautiful. Walked past this at work. Wha gwan, kids. Well, now, don’t you tell me to smile, you stick around I’ll make it worth your while.
Last night you looked at me when you thought I was sleeping, You looked at me with the same disbelieving expression that can be liked to that of finding of a bruise somewhere on your body after a night on the piss, “How did this happen”… “How did this happen?” Lover, you sleep like you’ve