Alanis Morissette’s album Havoc & Bright Lights was one of the most overlooked albums of last year. We here are LOFT965.com loved it so much that we went to see her live in concert in Terminal 5 in New York City, where she performed mostly stuff from Jagged Little Pill and the new album. Being avid fans, we wanted much more, but it was lovely. This track particularly bring the balladeer Alanis back to the forefront. We love this song.
Everybody needs a new look an/or new start every now and then. So, here’s to starting afresh with this new haircut. Yes, it’s gone. No more dry wax and no more styling. Just bald. What do you think? These are taken from my instagram @nasque. Btw, I’m the guy that runs this little blog and my inspirations are below. lol.
We loved Melanie Fiona when she first came out. In fact, “Monday Morning” is one of our favorite tracks of this decade. But, her sophomore album The MF Life did not rock our boat. It was too MOR R&B as demonstrated by this lackluster ballad. If you are going to release a ballad, make sure its stellar because it won’t stick that easily. Continue reading
We were reading a long Wikipedia page on Canadian Rock and stumbled upon this little gem. Lisa Dal Bello (later renamed as Dalbello) is an artist that never really broke through in the mainstream level, but that didn’t stop her from influencing other artists and having an impact on other Canadian ladies who do rock. This is one of her standout tracks and it should give you an idea of what sound she helped hone.
Dido has dropped off the radar for a hot minute, but she’s back to mull us with melancholy prods. The British singer is back with anew album titled The Girl Who Got Away. Her last album, Safe Trip Home was released 4 years ago and didn’t quite match up to the success of its predecessors. This one is supposed to have a robust electronic sound.