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30 May

Tunesday for Gregg Allman

Today's Tunesday is in honor of, and respect for, Southern Rock pioneer, Gregg Allman, who passed away at 69 on May 27. He was a creator. He was a pioneer. He will always be a legend. Team Twinseperable has always been a fan of The Allman Brothers. We even published a post over 2 years ago, sharing why they never fail to cheer us up on gloomy days. With Duane's passing in the 70's...
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19 Jul

Tunesday With The Head and the Heart

Anxiously anticipating the release of The Head and the Heart's new album, Signs of Light, this Tunesday is all about Library Magic. The new single was released just a few days ago, but feels as if it was created in the past alongside the likes of The Mamas and the Papas, Simon and Garfunkle, and even Peter Paul and Mary. This song is everything that's right with folk music. Their dulcet vocals never tire, serving as a means of deliverance for the transcendent lyrics, through and through. A narrative about life away from home and all things comforting, Library Magic, could be a journal entry applicable to pretty much anyone who has left familiarity. The song uses a library setting to illustrate being surrounded by stories and memories,...
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5 Jul

Tunesday: M.I.L.F.$

Personally, I love the idea of turning the “Mother’s I’d like to Fuck” acronym into something more empowering like Fergie’s “Mother’s I’d like to Follow.” She said “changing the acronym… is about empowering women who do it all. They have a career, a family, and still find the time to take care of themselves and feel sexy.”   Featuring countless successful mothers (including herself) from Chrissy Teigen to Allesandra Ambrosio, she no doubt brought together a stacked girl squad. Poking fun at society’s obsession with the female body as a sex symbol, as opposed to a vessel that keeps our organs contained, the video even features Teigen “publicly” breastfeeding her newborn as a soon-to-be reprimanded male onlooker “ogles her life-sustaining goodies."   To those...
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26 Jan

Tunesday: The National

Another band not particularly new to the scene that has me hooked is The National. Compared to sounds of those like Band of Horses and Arcade Fire, I fell in love when I first heard "I need My Girl," from their most recent album entitled Trouble Will Find Me (2013).  It has a wonderfully reminiscent sound to one of the original deep rockers- Leonard Cohen. I was introduced to them by a friend- which is one of my favorite ways to learn about new (or new to me) artists. Music is a community and I hope this introduces some of you to a new sound, which I was so lucky to have experienced. Below are some of my favorites:   ...
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6 Oct

Tunesday: Lullabies

There is a constant stream of music playing in my head at all times. Last night, after an exhaustingly productive day, I found myself being sung to sleep by the greats. That's why today's Tunesday is all about famous lullabies written by rock stars for their children.
The first and probably most well-known one, Lyllabye (Goodnight, My Angel), was written by Billy Joel for his daughter Alexa Ray Joel. He wrote it in response to questions she was asking about life and loss (full lyrics here). Goodnight, my angel Time to close your eyes And save these questions for another day I think I know what you've been asking me I think you know what I've been trying to say I promised I would never leave you And...
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28 Sep

Music Monday: Global Citizen Edition

*Since we wanted to recap the incredible festival ASAP, we're bringing our Tunesday to Monday and preparing something extra special for you tomorrow. Sitting down to write this post has been no easy feat. Due to the unparalleled magnificence of Saturday's Global Citizen Festival, my head is nonstop reeling with clips of performances and speeches. Trying to get everything out in anything close to literate sentences is incredibly difficult when your mind has just been...
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15 Sep

Tunesday: The Arcs (of the Covenant?)

Never ceasing to amaze, Dan Auerbach does it again! In what was supposed to be another solo endeavor, Auerbach teamed up with  Leon Michels, Richard Smith, Homer Steinweiss, and Nick Movshon to create The Arcs. Released earlier this month, their first album Yours, Dreamily, is sure to impress! Pulling from traditional jam-band simplicity, some songs will no doubt wrap you up and take you on a wonderful trip down memory lane. With songs evocative of The Beatles circa '69, there's something very refreshing and exciting about the successful rebirth of that iconic rock sound. This Tunesday we've elected to share some of our favorite songs off of the album.
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1 Sep

Tunesday: Brought to You by Daley Q

This Tunesday Twinseperable is sharing the stage with our first guest writer: Daley Quinn. D: On paper, my job position states that I’m an editorial assistant, but everyone knows my true calling involves stalking Vanessa Carlton (just take a look at a previous article I wrote for The Frisky). You probably remember Vanessa from her 2001 hit “A Thousand Miles,” where she floats down the highway pounding on her piano. If you, like myself, were a twelve-year-old at the time, listening to Vanessa’s “White Houses” in 2004 was quite risqué. The lyrics about losing her virginity flooded your innocent little ears much like the "rush of blood" she so casually sings about. Fourteen years later, Vanessa has (almost) released her fifth album,...
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25 Aug

Tunesday Theme Songs

Everyone can relate to the infuriating moment(s) when your friend won't stop singing a song and you inadvertently have it stuck in your head. Theme songs, more than any other songs in my opinion, have that (sometimes annoying) ability to stay with you for days. This Tunesday's post is all about catchy television intro songs. There are iconic ones that span back to Gilligan's Island. However, to include every one since then would be almost as annoying to write about, as it is when your friend won't stop singing one of them. Take a listen below to some of our favorites!
Although they are all winners, our #1 is Happy Days. What is yours? Make sure to comment with your answer below!...
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