Posts Tagged ‘TILT Music Blog’

NEWS – New Look for Logos Y Titulos and future updates

October 27, 2010 Leave a comment

Well it was one of those things that I had coming for a while, I just never seemed to find a theme that felt right.  This one was perfect.  It maintained the current vibe but it looks crisper, tighter and…well it just looks better all around.  We’ve also included the “Share This” feature so you can share these entries in multiple social locations.

I’ll admit that I haven’t been posting as I would have wanted but time is at a premium lately and my most recent project (Why The Hell Did You Click That?) is taking most of it.  If you are a computer user that desperately seeks simple answers, this might be the place for you.  Grab the RSS Feed, have the posts sent to your email or join us on Facebook…it’s all good.  I’ve also included an RSS widget here to your right, where you can see the last five stories on Why The Hell… so you can have an idea of what I’m talking about over there.

What’s next? Well, unfortunately not a hell of a lot.  I’ll be posting in the next couple of weeks two more entries for the TILT Music Blog on my favorites albums of 2009 and 2010.  I also have a short story in English that circles around a letter written by a man wanting to quit the universe.  Yes, I know how it sounds, but I think it’ll be funny.  Finally I’ve been getting a lot of hits on the two Saddo The Clown cartoons I did, so I might make one or two more just for laughs (or tears?)

Thanks for reading.


TILT Music Blog – Tony Christie (Made In Scheffield – 2008)

November 11, 2008 3 comments

A casualty of destiny got the music of this artist right on my lap.  One of those invites that one tends to ignore on the myspace social network, only this time I just went ahead and listened to Tony Christie’s music.  I must say it’s been a while since I’ve heard something like this without looking for it. Read more…

TILT Music Blog – Faded Paper Figures

October 31, 2008 2 comments

It’s been a while since I’ve come across a group that makes me want to write about them.  I keep looking but either I’m getting pickier or there is nothing out there impressing me.  Then I decided to give Faded Paper Figures a listen and I must say it’s good to get what you crave when you are craving it.

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TILT Music Blog – Manos De Topo

September 9, 2008 1 comment

This entry is going to be a tough sale for some.  I’ve sometimes read description of his style of music as Bizarre Pop so you can see where I’m going with this.  Manos De Topo is an indie group from Spain localized in Barcelona that have slowly but steadily grown their fan base by playing the tune of being different. Read more…

TILT Music Blog – Aerogramme

August 13, 2008 1 comment

Like many times before, I hear about artists before I actually hear them…if that makes any sense.  I’ve always said you listen to a group when it is the time to do it.  Enter Aerogramme to the picture.  The first time I heard of them I think it was January.  A friend from Spain told me I had to hear their latest music which as it turns out is a big shift from their previous material which was a bit less mellow and less melancholic.  Read more…

TILT Music Blog – TILT Mix Tape #3

August 2, 2008 Leave a comment

On this third installment of TILT’s Mix Tape, I continue to include songs from groups I’ve already reviewed on the blog.  In this one, with the exception of one or two, most of groups have more of a “rock” vibe going on.  Most of them are well known inside their nitches, but I can’t say any of them have received great commercial success.  Read more…

TILT Music Blog – Mates Of State

It’s funny how you discover a group sometimes.  Somebody puts an album on your face and if you are not ready, you are not ready.  This happened to me with this group about a year ago now.  A friend told me about this incredible group I just had to listened to called Mates of State.  I told him “yea yea, I’ll get to it.” since I was listening to so much new music at that moment, the thought of another band was just too much. Read more…

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