Beer humor T-shirt. Kid Holding Glass “I’m sorry, but I only cheers to good beers.”
Perfect for the craft brew lover.
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“Shinning” Simpsons -“no beer no tv make homer go.
Little Boots is a special kind of artist for several reasons, but most because she gets it. She understands pop music and electronic music and how they works, and how to make them work together for her cause (which in Nocturnes’ case is disco).
Her approach to making pop music is brilliant and unique. She is a huge admirer of pop music classics like Donna Summer, Madonna, The Human League, Britney Spears, and Gary Numan amongst others. Therefore, with an extensive background and passion for pop music and training in classic piano, Little Boots crafts her songs and album from the way a pop music fan would want to listen to an album.
The strong songwriting and irresistible pop hooks are a huge reason why this album is the best body of work I’ve experienced since Britney Spears’ 2011 effort Femme Fatale. The production of this album, mostly credited to Tim Goldsworthy, is just as phenomenal as the writing. Using all analog synthesizers makes the electronic sounds come to life in a way that makes the music sound so much more organic and less produced.
Nocturnes, like all great albums, is a journey from beginning to finish. “Motorway” is a haunting opener for the journey. It soaks the listener in and provides for a transcending experience. “Confusion”, “Broken Rocord”, and “Shake” all provide an understanding of heartbreaking disco songs. They empower you and enable you to move past heartbreak to celebrate the nightlife with “Beat Beat”.
“Every Night I Say A Prayer” has been slightly updated since the April 2012 version released for record store day. There is subtle sound in the chorus that is reminiscent of something you’d hear when Sailor Moon is using powers to defeat evil. (which is brilliant)
“Crescendo” is a beautifully composed song that would easily be a top 40 hit for any popstar with a major label team behind them. “Strangers” is so moving. The 8th song on a 10 track album is usually a climax for me. “Stranger” does that in it’s 6 minutes of floating through time and space. “All For You” feels like the bittersweet end of the journey. You’ve finished the night and you want to go back. Then enters “Satellite”. An encore for Nocturnes and quite honestly my favorite Little Boots’ song ever.
I’m so proud of Little Boots and this album she has created. I don’t think this would have turned out as spectacular and complete body of work if she hadn’t taken matters into her own hand and gone independent. It was unfortunate that the decision to go independent delayed them album, but if the artist behind the final album isn’t happy with it, then I don’t think the audience would be either. So in the end we all won anyway.
Here are some pics of me and my copy of Nocturnes. I’m pretty happy with it.
On final note, I understand people just download music without paying for it. It’s so easy to do and not feel really guilty about. BUT Little Boots and other independent artists really need every once of support. So if you haven’t purchased this album yet, go get it, it’s not expensive at all, and it’s definitely worth it.
Weave long, pussy absolutely smashing.
she finally beat madonna at something