Oh boy...yeah, it's been a while yet again. I'd love to be faster at this but actually making something worthwhile is surprisingly exhausting, especially after working full time every week. I think I said something about this in my Shirobako video...point is I'm still trying to make content that I can be proud of and that you will find enjoyable! It just might take me a while.
But on to talking about this video in particular: K-On was a surprisingly enjoyable watch, and one that I'm already looking back on fondly. Hence why I went ahead and made a video on it! However, I'm not here to tell you it's the greatest show ever created, nor am I about to discredit it entirely.
As always, I simply aim to provide a more personal and perhaps more nuanced look at K-On rather than simply regurgitate the same thoughts on it ad nauseam. Seriously, not to talk crap about other people and their videos, but most seem to cover the same topic in regards to K-On and that certainly fueled a desire on my end to venture out and cover it in my own way.
But more than that, I hope it shines through that music is really important to me. I don't just play whatever crap is on the radio. I've been avidly reading about bands and their history for a long time, and actively listening to music has become such a common part of my life that I can't imagine taking a lax approach to listening.
Anyway, as always, for anyone who takes the time to watch this, thank you. I know my switch to primarily anime related content has likely not sat well with people who initially found my channel via video games, but hopefully the same passion shines through as it always has with any topic I cover.
Pond - Paint Me Silver
Built to Spill - Center of the Universe
Freddie Joachim - Better Days
Bob Mould - Pray for Rain
Jinsang - Flow On
Asgeir - Going Home
Fat Jon - Altais
Cage the Elephant - Spiderhead
Mac DeMarco - The Way You'd Love Her
Jinsang - Reflection
Toro y Moi - New Beat
Bob Mould - You Say You