Monday Morning Music Time with Our Inventions by Lali Puna…

Photography by Julia Davis

Well hello there again.  I know it’s beyond cliche, but man, I can’t believe it’s already Monday.  Add into that another Winter Storm coming our way and I’m starting to wonder if I gots the SAD.  Possible.  The past few weeks have definitely been wearing me down, mentally.  Ready for a little bit a warmth and a little bit of sunshine and maybe a little something epic on the bike ride front with some friends.  Yeah.

Considering I don’t have god-like weather controlling powers (yet), we’ll have to live with the grey & sunless sky.  Fortunately, we got the sweet & mellow Our Inventions cruising through our SAD heads, massaging the brainial tubulals, converting grey matter, and generally assisting through the blah-ness.

It’s pretty simple electronic music laced with her lovely voice, probably not normally in my “wheelhouse”, but kinda landing just right today.  So, as we watch outside for the pending “snowmaggedon part troix” or whatever, and we think about the chill seeping though the walls and the layers of clothes, we can take comfort in some Lali Puna.


1 Rest Your Head
2 Remember
3 Everything Is Always
4 Our Inventions
5 Move On
6 Safe Tomorrow
7 Future Tense
8 Hostile To Me
9 That Day
10 Out There feat. Yukihiro Takahashi

Some Puna linkage!  Myspace | Official | Label

Ah, and some sweet Lali video moments for ya!  WOOT!



4 comments for “Monday Morning Music Time with Our Inventions by Lali Puna…

  1. February 15, 2010 at 1:49 PM

    Brilliant record, thanks for writing about her. She’s amazing.

  2. grafista
    February 15, 2010 at 4:08 PM

    Good choice on a monday morning. They’re from Munich, you know ;-)

  3. February 15, 2010 at 4:09 PM

    Perfect for snowmageddon part 3!! The revenge or the jedi!!!

  4. February 16, 2010 at 9:40 AM

    You may want to check out a SAD lamp if grey skies persist. I got one, and then found I didn’t really need it much in Colorado. If you really want, I could maybe even mail it to you…

    Just head over to and search for SAD lamp. Most run around $100+, but think of it as cheap and durable long-term therapy. Hope this helps!

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