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Just needed something to help me relax today, and this Blind Pilot track hit the spot. Reminds me a bit of one of my favorite singer-songwriters, Sondre Lerche.
New album Cotton Jones is amazing!
It seems that finding a good band or artist here in Switzerland, is about as hard as finding chocolate that I don’t like…it just doesn’t happen very often. So it makes it all the more enjoyable when you do find that rare artist, one like Sophie Hunger. With a repertoire consisting of mainly acoustic folk [...]
Just wanted to give you a little heads up on a FREE show Emily King has coming up on Friday the 16th over at Rockwood Music Hall. She hasn’t posted any new music on her site for quite sometime, but when I got to see her this summer she played a couple new tunes. Plus [...]
Being the huge Ray LaMontagne fan that my old college roomate is, she played his music to the point where I actually started to like him. No, I kid, I kid. His music is actually very relaxing, not to mention that he has one of those awesomely sexy, raspy, tortured soul voices. So here’s to [...]
Definitely up there as one of my top albums of the year, SVIIB has had a several live sessions popping up that are just as, if not more impressive than the Alpinisms itself. Check the acoustic version of “White Elephant Coat” from Live at the Lime. Those of you lucky enough to be in NY [...]
Although I haven’t purchase the whole album yet, (see yesterday), I am positive Emiliana Torrni’s third album will be great. “Gun” was the song that first attracted me to the album, a dark departure from the folky, acoustic music she is known for. It’s gritty, yet funky bass, which is essentially the pulse of the [...]
So Polaroid decided to send me those tracks that I loved….so glad…I have been listening to them on repeat. Hope you enjoy too!
I stumbled across this litte Parisien group called Polaroid some time ago and immediately fell in love with their relaxing acoustic music. “I Think I love you” sounds easily like it could have been on the Juno soundtrack, utilizing a ukulele and that male vs. female verse trade off that comes off more like fun [...]
Ever since hearing Andreya Triana on Flying Lotus’ “Tea Leaf Dancers”, I have been unable to stop listening to her. Floating in that gray area in between musical genres Andreya always keeps me guessing on what she will bring to the table next. Here is a recent interview I had with her…. Q: When did [...]« Previous Entries