It’s an almost early afternoon boardwalk carnival sound. I just keep seeing a couple smiling while eating cotton candy. Joyful with messages, essentially do your thing, have fun, cause its curtains for all eventually. Name your Price!
Classic road trip folk music gets you reminiscing of home, the long path to find yourself, can you get back there now? You’ll be shuttering the camera to capture all the things you might not ever see again.
On Del Sur’s new song “Lifegaurds” you’ll be swept away into the mystic, so lazy and cool, with cascades of stoner(isms). This is a brand new project, sounding more and more like its finding its way. Its the great sideways and a perpetual floating.
Blown out sunglasses with his now trademark “dark sun” feel. Tracks like “Melon Collie” transcend the desert wonderer, thirsty for H20. Instead, the consumption is colored dots in the sky, you eat them to survive. The new album Crumbs was just released on the wonderful Bad Pop.
Cinematic garb, essentially one foot basking in a creative source undoubtedly curious and daring to explore himself through the music. There’s a “get lost” element on Decadence, coupled with the easily detectable chill EDM, hip/hop crossover.
You come across songs like the one’s on Moose Afternoons page, and the smile shines, beams through to negate all the doubt because of its tonality, the kind that lets you release the chains of fear. Now we embark on Life, while accepting what sucks about it, and turning it into a tolerable bridge
Whails is the kind of group begging for an unconnected turntable, whose vernacular evolves via the purple wings sheltered from the storm. Its flying above us in the desert, like water beads bouncing down the colored glass. Yeah, I’m tripping out to this.
Few groups bend genres in a successful manner. Noble Robot has no problem delivering a blurry line on the new single, while exuding their (trademark) quirky musicianship, tinged with improvisational risk