Friday song

Alt-J and Rox

As I promised, I bring you a double “Friday song”. One band and one singer, that in the last few years have become important parts of my playlist. Both artists I discovered through fashion bloggers, the first one by way of the spectacular tuula and the second by way of my favorite blogger, Style scrapbook.

Let’s start with the first band: ∆, which is pronounced Alt-j, is an alternative indie band from England. They take music to another level, to another place; bevuase that’s how their songs feel; means of transport to new dimensions.

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Como lo prometi, aqui les traigo un “Friday song” doble. Una banda y una cantante, que en los últimos años, se han convertido en importantes partes de mi playlist. Ambos artistas los descubri por fashion bloggers, el primero por la espectacular tuula y la segunda por mi favorita, Style scrapbook.

Empecemos por la primer banda: , que se pronuncia Alt-J, es una banda indie alternativa de Inglaterra. Ellos llevan la música a otro nivel, a otro lugar; porque asi es como se sienten sus canciones; medios de transportes hacia nuevas dimensiones.

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And then we have Rox, a british singer, who has worked with artists like Jay-Z and Lupe Fiasco. But that wasn’t what drew me to Rox, it was the way that she combined that spectacular voice with her lyrics and her (mostly) melancholic sounds. It has that “sad but comforting” air, I hope you understand when you hear her songs. Have a great weekend!

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Mientras que por otro lado, tenemos a Rox, una cantante inglesa, que ha trabajo con artistas como Jay-Z y Lupe Fiasco. Pero esto no es lo que me llama la atención sobre Rox, es la manera en que combina esa espectacular voz con sus letras y sonidos melancólicos (en su mayoría). Es ese aire “triste pero reconfortante”, espero que me entiendan al escuchar sus canciones! Feliz fin de semana!!Rox_0x440 rox-thumb-473xauto-5836

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