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cold feet.

Admittedly, I no longer live in a place where freezing feet is an issue, but I certainly have not forgotten the terrible feeling of frozen feets. So for those of you who still have to deal with this problem every time it gets cold, or if you're visiting a colder-than-usual place and want to keep your toes toasty, I've got the solution.

Those tiny disposable feet warmers got nothing on these bad boys. Heated shoe insoles that can be controlled by an app. killer.

The kickstarter campaign for these babies has reached its funding goals so production will begin soon. Better sign up quick if you want to get them before they're full priced.

you're welcome.


- james


Mumford Monday.

Mumford & Sons debuted another song over the weekend from their new electric album 'Wilder Mind' set to release on May 4th. And since I'm so curious to see how successful this attempt at a new sound will be, you get to be curious as well.

That makes three songs from the album that are now available for your listening pleasure. So let's listen to them all right now plus an interview about the album.

Side note: I still think these dudes have impeccable style and it's funny to see how transitioning from strictly indie folk music to electric indie rock seems to also be influencing that style. Still dapper as fuh, though.


Snake eyes

the wolf


wilder mind interview



- james



mumford & sons plugs in.

Mumford & Sons has announced the release of their new album Wilder Mind and with it, a big step for them: they're going electric. My first assumption was that this was an answer to criticisms of the band being one dimensional, and writing songs that all sound the same guitar strumming + banjo + harmonies + kick drum(partially true). But here's what the band had to say about it: "We spent 2014 writing and recording this record. It's been a liberating and unifying experience for us as a band, and we're proud of what's come out. It was about songs, first and foremost. And then of course the sound we felt supported those songs best. It was fun."

Take a listen to the first single from the album: Believe (make sure you at least get to the 2-minute mark before making your decision).

It's hard for me to decide if I actually like this or not. To be honest, when I listen to it, knowing that it's Mumford & Sons, I assume that this album is just an effort to stay current and I tend to dislike it. I don't like the idea of a band changing just to stay popular. 

However, if I block all that out, and pretend the song comes from a band I've never heard before, I find it catchy, and well composed and I dig it. I'll have to wait and see jhow the rest of the album plays out, but for now I'm optimistic. What do you think?


- James


This Will Never Get Old.

I don't care how old you were when you first heard of The Postal Service or if you've never heard of The Postal Service. They will always be good. The perfect way to start my day. I wish they would make another CD, but maybe it's been too long now. Their first full length Give Up came out in 2003. It's almost been a decade since this record has been out. Yet, it's still amazing. The duo have mentioned that they have started on a second album, but it isn't a primary project or anything that will be done soon. This will always be a go-to CD for me. Very few will ever come close to creating music as good as this.

- Taylor