Greetings once again inmates.

It is time for another post about the Harlequins writing music! Oh joy right? I’ve noticed in this last week that the amount of writing I’ve done has dwindled ever so slightly, while at the same time I’ve also not been listening to songs that make me think. It almost appears directly proportional in fact! This has inevitably led me to believe that “writing music” as i call it is actually quite a vital part of my so-called writing process. I need background noise, but it can’t be too loud. It has to actually interest me. I need to hear lyrics that are clever. Lyrics that make me think. Lyrics that make me see the world and its inhabitants in various different lights. It all helps.

So join me once again as we delve into the minds of adroit artists the world over!

Creature Feature – Such Horrible Things

Ashbury Heights – Anti Ordinary

Linkin Park – In The End

Madonna – Frozen

Eluveitie – Omnos

And there we go! Once again quite a varied list, but such is the nature of music. If it gives you even one little idea or line for a poem, then it’s worth it right?

See you next time inmates. Have a very crazy day!

  1. Kat Dragonborn says:

    Hi it’s Kat!,
    I just wanted to let you know that I have nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award!!!!


  2. […] Some writing music: Part 5 (Creature Feature, Ashbury Heights, Linkin Park, Madonna and Eluveitie) […]

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