(Sorry if this picture appears as enormous in RSS feed displays - I really don't have a clue about html, the internet, life, etc.)
The above photograph, taken yesterday at one of Manhattan's most exclusive bars, offers a glimpse into the lives of my readers at the very moment that they first experienced the glory that is CTW's new media player. Nearly every article at Catching The Waves now contains, where possible, at least one playable track. (Just press the little arrow when one appears next to a song title.) For example:
Josh Woodward - Stickybee
(If you liked that track from the album Dirty Wings, you'll find a review of Josh's stuff here.)
I hope that you'll find something to your liking and thus go on to visit some of the many starving talented artists featured in this humble blog. Additionally, I've repaired any broken links and done some invisible housekeeping. Please tell me if any part of the website is not working properly. And get me some aspirin.
There's just one more thing to mention before I collapse onto a chaise longue and call for the nurse: due to my limited computer skills, it's very easy for visitors to overlook some of the older reviews at Catching The Waves. If you travel to the very bottom of this webpage you'll note an "Older" link - this won't take you to music suitable for old age pensioners (if there is such a thing), but it will introduce you to other pages of CTW's reviews that you might have missed. Once on a new page, please use the playlist on the media player to listen to a few tracks at a time and confirm what you've always suspected: I have terrible taste in music.
Terrific, I meant terrific. Nurse, get me some absinthe at once. I hate html...