My downstairs neighbours seem (from the sounds of it) to be having a party. I don't begrudge them it because it's Saturday night and they're normally fairly quiet (if anything we're the noisy neighbours!) but I'm really not in the mood for the shitty techno-ish thud, thud, boom, boom music that's vibrating through the floor so I've responded by playing the following album quite loud:
As most people who know me are aware, Sigur Rós are pretty much my favourite band ‒ nay, my favourite artists ‒ of all time. This album is by the singer/guitarist, Jonsi, and his partner (who isn't in the band), Alex. I think the rest of them probably helped record it but it's Jonsi and Alex's composition. Anyway, it's the perfect remedy for the aforementioned predicament ‒ etherial, magisterial soundscapes that hazily, droningly fill up up the whole sound spectrum and lay out a world that you can get lost in. Just wonderful. Breathtaking.