Soft colors, sprinkled through a valley of gray nature. From the tinges of southern rock mostly tucked behind a hazy neo-folk sound. He’s opened a window to modernity for the sake of relevancy and creativity, and that spark is now fire. Matt’s currently touring the East Tennessee area in support of Take Me Home.
I’m trying to get away from being a “reviewer” of albums or art in general. This sites not really about that anymore, rather a place to share special things out there in the massive swirl oniine. So with that said, have an adventure with the new works from Stuart Thomas.
The new album for Nomadic Firs is swimming along nicely. At this point there’s no release date. Mainly just two years of exploring sounds, and experimenting with different ideas and approaches. The hope is “texture” wins out as the main theme. And, I don’t want to let this flowering solitude squander away in some kind of reclusive obscurity. So, I’m gonna try and be out there.
I just released the new single “Sweet Hazy” for the Nomadic Firs project. I resisted for years linking this site and my own creative endeavors, but its become clear thats silly on my part. Back in October Mystic Color Faze hit the web. The new single is off that 36 track (B sides) album. Special thanks to Ann Milner for backup vocals.
The new music video from We Are the City finds the band toying with gravity as they sing “Friends Hurt.” The opening had me hooked, especially if you’re a fan of the minimal static bleep beats.
Blackbird Blackbird is back with his first single off a yet to be released album on Om Records. The video, out today, is a beautifully produced song, and the lead single for Tangerine Sky.
A lovely cerebral indie flick, the kind with long shots, pondering moments that witnesses the characters self-doubt, or profound discovery.
Like watching street lights above your head, as you drive through the inner city in your old neighborhood. As if to say, I’m home and I remember what happens here, I’m looking for it again.