Wife has a thing for violins and fiddles almost as big as her thing for dragonflies, discovered Lindsey Stirling a couple of weeks ago. Love her music, and her videos have the high energy and production values that remind us of well done BW items. Interesting picturizations, even some in the rain! Look familiar?
Liked the Evanescence original, but this is a great cover
A recent discovery, and I'm pretty chuffed I managed to find them within a year of them coming on the scene, rather than my typical ten years later. It might be best to ignore the actual video, which is a bit naff in places, and just listen to the music.
'Girls' by The 1975 (Warning: it does contain an f-word, but it's more of a comma than an exclamation mark)...
MOST RECENT - Brahmachari 6; Shootout At Wadala 5; Aurangzeb 5; Chashme Baddoor 6; Eega 7.5; Raanjhanaa 5; Disco Dancer 8*; Ghanchakkar 5; Go Goa Gone 3; Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani 8; Bajatey Raho 5; Fukrey 5; Yamla Pagla Deewana 5; Yamla Pagla Deewana II 2.5; Rajdhani Express 1.5; OUATIMD 3.5; Chennai Express 7; D-Day 6
Decided to resuscitate this thread, as I want to know what my fellow BollyWHATers are listening to (besides filmi music!).
Right now I'm going back and forth between George Harrison and Paul Simon, my two absolute favorite songwriters of all time. Here's a live performance of them singing "Homeward Bound"...just so perfect.
Old is gold, though new is pretty good, too. Filmi music obsessive. Hopeless romantic. Amateur Raj Kapoor scholar. I have a blog; click here to read it.
Much to my family's annoyance, I mostly listen to filmi music, the Baalhubali soundtrack especially now. My husband and I were at a play recently, and this song played during the intermission and I was totally captivated with it. There is a version of this song that is 10 minutes long, and I'm betting they used it so that it was a cue to the company when intermission was almost over. I can't remember when I last used Sound Hound on my iPhone to figure out a song, but I did with this one and then downloaded it immediately. Royksopp and Robin's "Monument" I could just play on repeat basically. I love the techno sound of it, and the jazzy interlude in the middle. The video is really trippy!