Both of these songs I’ve shared today are beautiful because they don’t over use the things that make them that way. On occasion I hear The Shins well known James Mercer, especially when Zach goes for it on a high level and even a little Phosphorescent with style of music
The dream of the 80’s is alive in Remote Remote. Spring is here and it’s time for indie pop synth bubbles of goodness, here is your dose for the week!
Just a piece of dope works here on all counts. The B role movie announcements out of some Ed Wood escape from Mars 10,000 shite. Then there’s the flow, Slick Rick, Kool Keith, which are two of my favorite MCs, just got into the sack together for this one.
I was immediately lost in some beamed out haven, my car in reverse down this hill, shedding a puke to drive home, even though it would still be a slanted drive, after the catharsis
This cut is for those other kids, the one’s who hit the park after dark, and enjoy the chill of their immediate collective.
Between hosting house shows, working full-time jobs, and playing steady gigs, they have time to live it up and create a pretty solid sound. Settlers reminds me of some hazy memories, of a crazy night, when lots of running and laughing are involved.
“Red” has glorious hushed vocals with the gripping harmony of multiple singing tracks, layered all through the spectrum. The tune traverses some quality reflections for me. The question I have is, what can’t these Robots do?