Dos sites mais úteis que conheci nos últimos tempos. Basta escolher o mood em questão/desejam estar e o site trata de arranjar musicas que combine com esse mood. Mais incrível é que tem musicas mesmo muito bem escolhidas lá pelo meio, embora tenha outras claramente merda. Vale a pena dar uma vista de olhos, ainda assim.
Ri-me e anotei.

A wave came crashing like a fist to the jaw


Até este que é merda eu gostava de ter.
Schoooooooooooooool's Ouuuuut


Descoberta gira da semana:

Digable Planets - Reachin' (A New Refutation of Time and Space)
Jazz Hop

Landing in 1993, Digable Planets' Reachin' (A New Refutation of Time and Space), settled in on the consciousness of a large cross section of listeners ranging from alt-rockers, metal freaks, and headz worldwide. A surprise hit with the press and the general populace alike, Reachin' was released at the most opportune time of the '90s. The so-called alternative scene had just blown up in '91 and '92, so commercial radio was actually playing something close to variety and major labels were signing acts and developing them at an unprecedented level. Played on rock and urban stations, Digable Planets' debut represented an actual alternative to the masses who had grown up on Van Halen and Whitney Houston and, as a result, Digable Planets found themselves with a Top 20 single in "Rebirth of Slick (Cool Like Dat)." In a lot ways the song paints the picture for the rest of the album with samples that are drenched in cool jazz and interlaced with smart catchy rhymes that move across the hip-hop spectrum of self-aggrandization and political awareness. The widespread appeal of Reachin' lies in Doodlebug, Ladybug Mecca, and Butterfly's smooth delivery. Never too excited but always passionate, they keep it going with seemingly lighthearted pieces like "Where I'm From." Here Butterfly almost falls into hip-hop stereotype by tripping on the theme of geographical location (see Paul's Boutique); but instead of really letting the listener know where they're from, they go into a chorus of "everywhere, everywhere" and thus really pointing out this record's underlying theme: under the hood of inventive beats and well-placed layered samples are the ideas and attitudes of universal and cosmic spirituality combined with personal-consciousness expansion that crosses geographical and ethnic boundaries. Easily one of the most successful hip-hop records ever made and a must-have selection in most any collection.

Não gostas de Hip Hop no geral mas curtes Jazz calmo e fofo? Isto é coisa para ti.
Além disso, ao ouvires isto deixas de ter essas manias que tudo o que é Hip Hop é merda só porque conheces o 50 cent.


I will hold the candle
'till it burns up my arm
I'll keep takin' punches
until their will grows tired


i will stare the sun down
until my eyes go blind
hey i won't change direction
and i won't change my mind


Não que o saiba fazer, claro.

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