Your GTC Weekly Top Ten: 15 – 21 September 2014
Depending on where you live the seasons are changing and the weather is confusing, irritating and reminds us of what Hunter S. Thompson once said, “Yes sir, I am a tortured man for all seasons, as they say, and I have powerful friends in high places. Birds sing where I walk, and children smile when they see me coming.”
Which has nothing to do with anything but it’s always nice to fit a gonzo quote in whenever possible…
Hey Last Drop, thanks for stopping by to further introduce us to your sounds and the music hotspot that is Cádiz, Spain! Keep on rockin’ to make a free world friends!
Interesting enough we learned this past week that famous nitwits keep tons of nudie photos in their devices, Thom Yorke never ceases to be cleverly dull, Blake Shelton is one of the true country voices and has released an uncountry single (allegedly), Kate Bush’s ‘Made of Bricks’ is still a fantastic pop album, hey hey Holiday Sidewinder, we don’t know much about a Jake Bugg but he says things, half of TATU is confusing, we’re still wondering about The Kinks, The GTC started a contest and no one cared (sniffle), Pauline Andrès is extremely interesting and the only way to stop members of GWAR from killing you is to say something nice about them. Ready, set…GOOGLE!
How was your week?
Everything we do we do for you and we thank YOU for stopping buy to check out all the goings on over here at The GTC. We wish you butterflies, cold drinks and rainbows…
Here is a look at was read the most this past week and surprise, after nearly two months at #1 Markéta Irglová has slipped to #6. Her new album MUNA streets this week and you should check it out.
- Last Drop:Their Own Blood
- Sounds You Can Try & Buy 16 September 2014
- Secret Tip:How To Get People To Listen To Your Mus...
- Kate Nash – Made of Bricks
- Retro Review: Beastie Boys – Licensed to Ill
- Markéta Irglová MUNA
- The Beatles Ken Michaels The BBC
- B.B. King Still The King
- New Music: On His Way To Hell
- Tour: (hed) p.e.