#24 Hideyoshi – Null

I’m not gonna pretend to understand Japanese (in fact I get some words and basic expressions), so there won’t be any comment about the lyrics of this track. I just felt caught by its cool vibe and light atmosphere. If you understand japanese and want to summarize the track, feel free to comment once I wasn’t able to find the lyrics through google. I did find them on Spotify, but there isn’t any bio on their profile.

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Well, I found this song in a “finger dance” video. For some reason I can’t remember, I searched on youtube for recent “finger dancing” posts to see if the movement was dead or alive. The first one I clicked was a performance of a dancer called Kasumi Sakurai…and bamm, the track got stuck instantly in my head. Repeat mode all afternoon. “Null” has a laid back feel which guarantees instant good humor to the listener. I’d say it also has soundtrack potencial once I’m always picturing cinematic situations in my head. At the same time I might have been influenced by the clip.

Waitttttttttt! I just realized that the “finger dancing” vídeo is the actual Hideyoshi Null’s clip hahahaha. So there you go…

Artist – Hideyoshi
Song –  Null
Genre* – Japanese Alternative Rock/ Melodic Paradise to my hears =)
Source – Youtube search for Finger Dancing
*  It’s more of a guess…

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#23 Mesita – Yr Eyes

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“I’ve thinking about it…
I’ve thinking about it”,
so I decided to post about it.

I listen to Mesita work since his song Vigilant started to be John Hill‘s outro on Youtube. The second love became Somewhere Else from his “Here’s to nowhere” album, my usual gaming soundtrack. Damn, so many links… Anyway, that song is crazy enjoyable… one of those I listen to all day long in repeat mode.

And then Littleton came out in March. Naturally I hit play and expect some more greatness. You see, Mesita, which I wrongly pronounce (Mezita), is a classical example of great talent which the music’s industry didn’t absorb – yet. His seventh album, if I’m not mistaken, comes packed with a wavy journey with several different vibes throughout Littleton, smartly put together of course. After listening to it eight or nine times I had to write something.

yr eyesAs I’ve been a bit busy, I didn’t have the time to write an album review. Thus, I’m just passing by to show you “Yr Eyes”, my favorite song from it (currently in my headphones). Everything about it is awesome. In my opinion, this writing and singing structure you’re about to hear is what best suits Mesita’s style. I also appreciate what he did with the instrumental, creating little sections connected harmonically by rhythmic notes…the verse gets keys,  the chorus gets guitar. I’m sure you’re also gonna like the details and atmosphere on it.

“Okay, what am I saying? Okay what am I but the” guy who brings the Songs I Find Out There:

Artist – Mesita
Song – Yr Eyes
Genre – Indie Rock / And IIIIIII Knoooow, we ain’t gonna meet in another life…
Source – Youtube’s notification

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Soundcloud / Youtube / Bandcamp / Facebook