Posts Tagged ‘neil diamond’

Hello there inmates!

Things are finally looking up on the illness front! I’m feeling a whole lot better now, though I do still seem to have a slight cough. A vast improvement though, that’s for sure. Thank you for all of your comments wishing me well, that meant a lot to me. As I mentioned last week though, it hasn’t slowed me down on the artistic side too much. At least I hope my work hasn’t suffered. Let me know eh? Haha!

So, on to the main event. Or whatever people say these days. The Harlequins writing music is here once again to infest your ears with lovely little musical maggots. That sounded so much nicer in my head. Anyway, did anybody see todays music theme clue. It was a pretty evident one to be honest. Even more than usual.

Todays musical theme is clubbing! Oh yes. Going out on the town and being delightfully social. Not an area of expertise for me by a long shot, but I do have a soft spot for music that tends to go hand-in-hand with clubs. Nice thumping electronic or trance. Throw some pop in there, maybe some industrial if the setting is right, That tends to be the stereotypical sphere of clubs, but I think it also could include some of those more “cheesy” songs that everyone knows. Think the YMCA for example. Incidentally not on todays list, but it gives you the idea of what I mean. The point though, is the music of clubs is intended to make people dance and as such, I’m going to take it very personally if nobody dances to todays list. I’m kidding. Let’s get on it!

Join me as we delve into the musical minds of gratifying artists the world over!

Cascada – Everytime We Touch

Rihanna – Don’t Stop The Music

Pendulum – Witchcraft

Deadmau5 – Monophobia

Neil Diamond – Sweet Caroline

And there we have it for another edition of the Harlequins writing music. Yes, that last one was one of those “cheesy” songs that get put on once everyone at the club is already a bit wavy. Yes, I’ve witnessed it. I hope you check out all of these artists as they all deserve the attention. I feel like the artists I’ve shared this time are more on the well-known side of the spectrum, but still. Show them some love eh?

So, speaking about showing love. Show me some over on the social media sites, everything helps! The asylum has a page over on Facebook, an account on Instagram and last but not least a page on Twitter. Links provided for your convenience of course. Also, if you enjoy what I do here at the asylum, please consider supporting me over on the Ko-Fi page. Cheers for everything!

Until next week, have a very crazy day inmates!