Saturday, April 17, 2010
Labelled as subpop in music categorization, Avi Buffalo has a decent sound which is playable around people with varying appreciation for music. In a sense, it's non-invasive musical formula coupled with a fantastic vocal amounts to an amazing experience for both sonic and emotional elements. Listening to this, I'm always tempted to thinking about happy thoughts and natural landscapes like the beach on a clear sunny day where people just hang around and play. Hey, it's a wonderful song after all. Check it out.
Sunday, April 4, 2010
Saturday, April 3, 2010
Great story telling and tasteful soundtrack. Where the Wild Things Are is a film that explores the vivid imagination of a young boy named Max. Max immersed into his own realm following an argument he had with his mom, and set sail towards the open sea to an enchanted island where the wild things lived. These eccentric creatures could speak and each have their own unique personalities but all desired the same thing, which is happiness. Max's ascension as king was thought by all to augur good things, to not allow lonliness to descend on them and to right things which are wrong. But the very nature of the creatures made it impossible for the King to please everyone. The story perspired into a series of happy and bitter moments, and the culmination of Max seeking his way home and leaving the place where the wild things are.
A very entertaining tale capturing the various musings of a child and it wouldn't be glorious without the beautiful soundtracks. A highly recommended movie to watch.