“Ooh the world is crowded”. Ruban Nielson makes this seemingly-obvious statement in the centrefolds of Multi-Love, Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s third album. While the world may seem busy and full of different people with different personalities, getting along with others isn’t always a pretty affair. While UMO’s sophomore album II focused on solitary disillusion, such as suicidal thoughts while eating popcorn, Multi-Love turns the tables on the problems with others.
One of the great music festivals in Canada is a mere 22 days away! While everyone here in the city of Ottawa enjoys the amazing acts performing at RBC Bluesfest, Osheaga 2013 in the great city of Montreal is gearing up to put on memorable performances from such classic acts as ‘The Cure’, Mumford and Sons, Kendrick Lamar, Pretty Lights, up and coming Azari & III, and so many amazing acts that I can’t even wrap my head around who to focus on!
There is no shortage of aging churches in the post-industrial neighborhood of Millvale, Pa. – located just across the Allegheny River from Pittsburgh. On any given Sunday you’ll find Catholic parishioners singing psalms of faith, love and forgiveness inside each place of worship… with a single exception. One of these centuries-old, former-church buildings is now occupied by Mr.
[media url=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ZufD2fb8QM” width=”690″ height=”380″] [note] Set List – Sigur Ros, Toronto, March 30, 2013 1) Yfirborð
2) Ný Batterí
3) Hrafntinna
4) Vaka
5) Sæglópur
6) Fljótavík
7) E-Bow
8) Varúð
9 & 10) HoppÌpolla + Með Blóðnasir
11) Kveikur
12) Olsen Olsen
13) Festival
14) Brennisteinn
__ 15) Glósóli
16) Popplagið
[/note] Listen to a few Sigur Rós tracks, and you’ll undoubtedly be overcome by emotion.