Green Day’s Revolution Radio

Of course I took some time to decide if I wanted to buy Green Day’s latest album. After 2000’s solid Warning they became increasingly self-important, and two concept albums later they imploded in late 2012 with not one but three inconsequential releases and Billie Joe Armstrong’s on-stage breakdown followed by rehab and a string of canceled performances. […]

The DC – 9 September 2016

Starting off the day with Sinatra. Not early but late Sinatra; Francis A. and Edward K. It’s noticeably slower, even sluggish. The music takes its time; and it does that because Sinatra and Ellington’s band are seasoned, sure performers. They don’t hurry, don’t aim to impress.  I guess it’s a fitting soundtrack for today. We’re […]

The DC – 6 September 2016

If Singapore was personified, that person would have just celebrated his fifty-first birthday. Unfortunately he’s not very healthy; he worked too hard all his life and neglected his body, and perhaps his mind as well. His arteries are starting to clog up as he’s been eating more over the years. He believes – or believed? […]