For What It's Worth

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Tune in Tuesday!

This is my first time participating in GReads! Tune in Tuesday feature as a way of helping to spread the word about the music we're listening to.

I have a few videos to share, so I'll just get straight to it. Hope you enjoy!

First up is Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails) & Karen O (of the Yeah Yeah Yeah's) with a cover of the Immigrant Song. Reznor is set to team up with collaborator Atticus Ross to score director David Fincher's adaptation of Stieg Larsson's The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. My hubby is a die hard Led Zepplin fan and approves.

Next up is Laura Marling - Devil's Spoke. She was recommended to me because I love Mumford & Sons. She is often compared to them (& has a CD called the Dharohar-Project with them) and you can see why! Her songs have the elements of rage and redemption that are so often found in Mumford and Sons music. She has a haunting sound that's all her own though. I'm obsessed with M&S and now I'm obsessed with Laura.

Pre-order A Creature I Don't Know - September 13, 2011

Last up is The Kooks - Junk of the Heart (Happy). It's and catchy! A great summer song.

Pre- order Junk of the Heart - September 13th

How's that for variety for my first Tune in Tuesday!!

Thanks to Ginger for hosting and check out all her great  features ; including TGIF at GReads!


  1. Have I mentioned my love for the Kooks and Luke !!! YOU are the only person I have ever seen since I have started this Meme that has ever posted any of their music.

  2. That Immigrant cover by Trent Reznor and Karen O. is friggin' amazing! First time hearing Laura Marling and The Kooks. I'm really liking both their sounds.

  3. I am a huge Mumford & Sons fan too. I have never heard of Laura Marling before- love her song! Thanks so much for posting about her, I am a new fan!

  4. Can't wait to hear what Reznor did for the movie's soundtrack!

    Here's my Tune In Tuesday post!

  5. OMB! I almost posted Junk of the Heart! I LOVE The Kooks! I'm also a fan of Mumford & Sons and I think I'm quick becoming a Laura Marling fan. Love her sound. Thanks so much for sharing your awesome picks!