Greetings from Kuala Lumpur! Haven’t seen much of the city yet, kinda tired from the previous travels, just relax a bit for now. I was thinking about this postrock song, suits pretty well my current mood ^^
Haven’t been in KL for a very very very long time, haven’t seen the city much yet, but still love it.
#SadSunday tag is created by @flipstar. “Sad music makes me happy.”
I love sad music, sad music heals me. Maybe that’s why I’m specially into post-rock, a rather emotional genre, mostly instrumental, without vocal. Sometimes can be depressing but powerful. It doesn’t make me feel depressed, but in contrast, it makes me happier somehow. I can feel a soft touch of my soul every time I listen to post-rock (yes, I listen to them very often, maybe every day).
Raw emotions, raw energy, I hope you like the track and can feel it too. One of the most famous songs in post-rock I think, Mogwai is also one of the most known post-rock bands probably. I like the song, or if there’s no vocal, can be even better, but the vocal of the song doesn’t disturb luckily. I have an extensive compilation of post-rock songs to share, thanks to #sadsunday, I’m gonna share them out in the coming weeks!
Feel free to join #sadsunday and share your favorite sad songs, no matter which genre it belongs to!
I see many of Steemit friends are sharing lovely red coloured photos. I don’t have pictures to post. Here in Belgium there’s no such lunar new year atmosphere. Feels like just a random day to me, which is totally OK, because even when I was living in China, we also don’t celebrate much nowadays, except shops are closed.
Maybe some of my fellow Chinese are celebrating new year somewhere in the city, but I was too lazy or too anti-social to figure out where there might be a gathering.
Anyways, lunar new year also means the beginning of spring. Although it’s still cold and rainy here, but I believe spring is just around the corner. New Hope!
Above is an album I’m listening to, good music, good vibes, relaxed and chill. ^^