Nowadays "Ye Olde" is pretty much just a ham-fisted way to make something sound old(e) and quaint. As it turns out, however, there's a pretty good reason for how this actually came about and it has to do with, more than anything else, printing. This video from MinutePhysics -- taking a day off to be MinuteLinguistics -- straightens the whole issue out. It's more interesting than you might think.
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Sounds like: Agnes Obel, Alice Boman, Daughter Song: Azura - Nineteen What's so good? It may already be a year old by SoundCloud standards, but for me, this spine-tingling debut from Azura, the midnight project of 17-year-old Brisba... Read Post