I just cannot seem to get enough of "The Ice Of Boston" by The Dismemberment Plan. Hell, I cannot get enough of ANY song by The Dismemberment Plan. Truly a creative band in every sense of the word, it is a shame they broke up. I am mainly writing this entry because I simply cannot bring myself to work on my homework. While I love college and the classes I am taking, trying to get myself to sit down and focus on required readings is one of the hardest things imaginable. Not only because there are about a million other things I would be doing, but also because the weather is still so great outside and my school is literally right on Lake Ontario. However, I know come winter when the snow reaches far over my head and the winds reach ridiculous speeds I will have no problem sitting down to do some reading haha.
Anyway, I am thinking of doing something a little different with future blog entries. I want to write about some overlooked albums from the past (the first one will most likely be Harvey Danger's King James Version) and then also taking a look at some more "mainstream" albums or albums by one hit wonders that actually hold some merit (New Radicals' Maybe You've Been Brainwashed Too, don't judge haha). That is just an idea though, but I am definitely going to try and at least write something about King James Version. I may have some other ideas of what to do with this blog because I really want to utilize it more rather than just letting it sit there with a few random updates once or twice a month. Also, I have some reviews coming up for Gifts From Enola, Ray LaMontagne, and possibly TV On The Radio so be on the lookout for those.