The amount of pictures I have lined up for playlists that don't yet exist is startling. People who care enough about my computer's folders should be concerned (which amounts to one person... me).
Something worth concerning yourself with though: Brijean. And their latest single "Moody." It's spunky. It's also borderline lounge music, which is music I categorically avoid, but I guess I'm now a grown up, and caviar + cashmere seem like real treats to me these days.
Funny that. Our grandparents loved cashmere so much that it's almost impossible to find these days -- meanwhile, I couldn't care less about it, and I don't think any of my virtual friends do either. It leaves me wondering what resources our generation will obsess over to the point that we plunder it into non-existence.
I choose music, I guess.
P.S. & N.B. Our generation is obsessed with electronics (wiki):
Tantalum from coltan is used to manufacture tantalum capacitors which are used for mobile phones, personal computers, automotive electronics, and cameras. Coltan mining has financed serious conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo, including the Ituri conflict and the Second Congo War.