Next week, we’re taking a quick week off from regular posting. In the meantime, check out Kat’s travel piece to the magical Troll 2 land of Nilbog or my memory lane trip to my college years and Rilo Kiley. Have a great week!!
This week on iliw: If you like REO Speedwagon (or any other popular 80s rock bands), you may also like Band of Horses. (Amanda) Tunesday got “Pure” with The Lightning Seeds. (Kat) We jumped in our cars, put the windows down, and turned up our favorite spring driving music. (Group Write) Have a fantastic weekend!
This week on iliw: Want to contribute to the site? Check out this post! Amanda sung the praises of Handsome Boy Modeling School: “For a time that was much too brief, producers Dan the Automator and Prince Paul collaborated as Handsome Boy Modeling School, and it was wonderful.” Jeremy wrote a love story about Rancid’s […]
This week on iliw: Jeremy watched Rock On!!: “I’m both excited and terrified that we have our first drama as a random pick. If it’s not terrible, what am I going to write about? And if it is terrible and I use this space to poke fun at it, am I just a jerk? So much […]
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This week on i listen. i watch.: Amanda wrote about how The Office is her TV comfort food: “For years now, when I’m home sick or in need of cheering up, my desire to turn on Netflix and start a random season of The Office is automatic.” Jeremy wrote about Flogging Molly and drafted his fantasy band: […]
This week on i listen. i watch.: Turns out Kat is a lot like Dexter Morgan, but that’s not so bad: “There is a certain rugged handsomeness and contagious politeness to me. Oh—and I’m incredibly humble and modest. I can’t believe I almost forgot to mention those qualities.” Amanda rounded up covers of the Smokey Robinson […]
This week on i listen. i watch: Amanda wrote about The Avett Brothers: “I had seen punk bands less energetic. I had seen church services less spiritual. What I realize now, what I was trying to push away then, was that the music of The Avett Brothers felt like home, and home wasn’t going to […]