I’ve got a train to catch in the morning.
Family, noise, kitchen chaos, Christmas tree strategy, sweets and lots of good food, my Mom’s walnut liquor, sunrises in my childhood room, Báró guarding the garden, playing with my nephews, petting dogs, giving a hug to my Granny, cinnamon scent, music in the living room, falling asleep to Love Actually, eating one more spoon of hummus, talking about raisins and Nutella, friends, toys, games, arguments, more noise, staying up way too late every evening… here we come.
We’re catching the first train home in the morning. I hardly can wait.
Imogen Heap – First Train Home
One of my big pros for moving to Berlin was: it’s one of the biggest centers of music in Europe. The best feeling is when you already have concerts piling up in your calendar that you know you will attend.
Imogen Heap is visiting my new home in November. ❤
I told you.
Imogen Heap – You Know Where To Find Me
Flow. Getting better comes with constant focusing, exhaustion and questioning even the basic things you know. Then you get feedback that your efforts make sense. That you are getting better.
Breathe. Focus. Experience. Learn. Tune in the zone.
Imogen Heap – Headlock (High Contrast Remix)
Merry Christmas is here, with my family. Part of it. The big family reunion will be on the 26th. It is different every year, but great to be together always. Let’s take the good out of the time together!
Imogen Heap – Just for Now
You have arrived to a blog created by a music enthusiast without too much planning. It simply sounded like a good idea, so why not start it?
What is this blog about?
It’s about music. Music through the author’s ears and soul.
A selection of sounds that act like the soundtrack to the author’s life. Music she listens to or that makes her feel good during this journey called life.
This is an experiment. A journal in a way, as you will find music for each day here. What is the order of these songs? They will be ordered by time, experience and current mood.
There may be explanations/descriptions, there may be none. It is a work in progress.
I hope you will find something interesting here, to which you can relate.
Let me know if this magic happens.
The first song should be difficult to choose, but this time I’ll try not to over-complicate it.
“Music is my sanctuary, music is my blanket” sounds like just a good enough starting point.
Ladies and Gentlemen: Imogen Heap & Jeff Beck – Blanket