The temperature is changing, and we’re changing too. The rhythm of our pulses steadily increases as the days become shorter and life feels a tick quicker. The sharply crisp air has a reserved mood, rendering us reflective; introverted. What lies ahead? Are we ready?
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I missed this dreamy gem a few weeks ago, and for that I apologize. So allow me to rectify the situation by highlighting Swim Deep’s “She Changes The Weather” on a sun-soaked Tuesday in New York City.
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The hot water didn’t work in my apartment this morning, and the shower was ice-cold. So, I didn’t shower and now I’m having an overall “whatever, man” day. I know I can rely on music to keep my head on straight during times like these, and I thank the heavens for blessing me […]
While I attempt to work through the consequences of this storm (I am perfectly fine and have power, not to fear!), I don’t have much mental capacity to say anything other than “listen!”. But the song below, which came out yesterday, is helping me become a little less stir-crazy. The 1975’s new EP, […]
An alluringly simple, orchestral folk track from Ruarri Joseph‘s fourth studio album, Brother, due out October 29 via Pip Productions in the UK. The warmth in Joseph’s voice is half the appeal of “Anyway;” he makes the words resonate.
Remember the band-with-the-longest-name-ever-that-actually-makes-really-fantastic-music? Well, I do. That would be Tim and Sam’s Tim and the Sam Band with Tim and Sam. I wrote up a post about one of their more angelic songs, “Choices,” a while back, and have been eagerly awaiting more from them since Life Stream.
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Been listening a lot lately to James Yuill‘s Turning Down Water For Air, an album released back in January of this year, and frustrated is the first emotion that comes to mind; why have I not listened sooner? Yuill’s music is right up my alley with electroacoustic digs and a distinct folk vocal […]