Saturday Looks Good To Me
The lyrics "Hands in the Snow" also appears on their song, "Make a Plan" (the song is available for download on myspace.com). If you listen to it, you'll realize that these guys are pretty good. .…
Okay, I'll just get it out of the way, I like Saturday Looks Good To Me. Anyone that likes Belle & Sebastian and Saves the Day will probably like them by association.
Saturday Looks Good To Me is back. Their new album, One Kiss Ends It All, just came out last Tuesday on Polyvinyl Records. You can stream the entire thing over at Paste Magazine, although I believe this may be for a limited time (so hurry!).
Expect more tour dates to be announced, these are the ones I know of:
09/25/13 Midwest Fest 2013 - Mount Pleasant, MI
09/26/13 Pygmalion Music Festival
09/27/13 Pygmalion Music Festival
09/28/13 Pygmalion Music Festival
The song is by a Suicide Girl called Tying Tiffany, from Italy. I was doing "research" on the suicide girls website and I noticed that she posted on her blog on March 21, 2007. .…
Italy's Tying Tiffany latest release is the One EP, which includes songs like:
- One Second
- One Girl
- One Place
- One End
I admire her for her themed EP, so obviously I had to include her here.
USA Today recently premiered the song on Pop Candy, but you can listen below:
Trivia: You may remember that we mentioned Tying Tiffany's other project T.T.L. here, that they had music featured in the Hunger Games trailer? They're doing it again with the upcoming Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
Just to be clear on my thoughts on this: Xbox Gold is a scam. Imagine this: you buy a computer and when you want to send an email*, or play an online game like World of Warcraft, or Netflix, or Twitter, or Facebook. .…
Microsoft has a big problem, in my opinion. As soon as they announced the terribly-named "Xbox One", people were calling it "Xbone". It got so bad, they had to issue a press release asking people to not call it "Xbone". They deserve it, I mean what a terrible name. This is the third Xbox, calling it Xbox One is just plain confusing.
The other problem is that it's still tied to Xbox Gold, which is a $80 a year requirement if you want to use your Xbox online (we're talking watching YouTube or browse the internet).
Their biggest problem right now is the online requirement. I know the console is not even out yet, but there are all these unanswered or conflicting answers. From my understanding: your Xbox needs to be online. The hardware checks online once a day to verify your account. Playing games requires registration of the game (which is tied to your Xbox account). So what that means is you can't really sell your game after you purchase it (unless you de-authorize the game in your account). If none of that is true, then let me know, because I can't understand what Microsoft is trying to tell me.
At the moment, Xbone is nowhere on my wishlist.