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Posted May 20, 2013 by

Our inaugural topic for #GuelphMusicClub! During a chat on Twitter last week, a pile of music fans, bloggers, Guelphites thought it would be fun to read/write their own opinions on a weekly set topic. For the rules and break down, read this. So The Bookshelf News mentioned a Top 5 list based on decade, with the first decade being 1963 to […]

Posted February 9, 2012 by

Looking for a playlist the other day, mixed with watching High Fidelity, again, I found a round of Name That Tune I had done for my birthday a few years back. An autobiographical playlist is way easier than reorganizing my records that way, not to mention it’s way easier to share a song at a time. […]

Posted November 13, 2011 by

Everyone should immediately associate that line with this amazing clip from my favourite movie, High Fidelity. I’m using one of the last lines from the clip to discuss movie soundtracks but specifically scenes from movies that wouldn’t be the same without that special song. I used The Pixies, Where is my mind in my post […]

Posted November 11, 2011 by

If you need to get caught up on our unbelievable series of awesomeness, Part One, Part Two and Part Three are all kickin’ it around the internets. In Part Three I explained that Rules are more like tips, but the songs being played from here on in may NOT have anything to do with the Rule attached to them. As already discussed the track […]

Posted October 30, 2011 by

So we concluded our first post in this series, How To Make A Mix Tape/Playlist Part One, with a question. Who’s it for? Who is your intended audience? I also revealed the first two songs on the tape, so here is the current track listing: 1. D’yer Maker – Led Zeppelin 2. Love Rollercoaster – […]