Make it Fit (Salt Lake City) is releasing new DJ mixes regularly and playing out like a monster, largely sticking to his ever growing vinyl collection. In todays standard of “auto sync” that should be widely appreciated. Stay Tuned for his schedule in the SLC area and the West Coast. And don’t miss his monthly residency at the Red Door, SLC.
About six months ago I started having this reoccurring image of my cousin Nick, dancing with a smirk on his face. He would always get that look like he knew he was on fire. These days that’s all I see when I think of him. And I see him more than ever. His face, handsome like a youth parade, pops like glitches.
Cadence Collective known for bringing the fold into bright lights with stunning sounds from Artists all over the globe. Glass Therapy dropped me a line to let me know about […]
Thought provoking love, the color drips off the night, while the stroll breezes the steam in the street. Plenty of other nice sounds from Escape It
Smooth fire rocks the earth, inhabitants of a chill corner spot resonate cool in birth. Sample heavy repeats with the vintage “what-what” finds Russia’s Vmazalsya lighting it up.
New sounds that fit, they play immediately in the world you create for yourself to escape the societal mundane, the crux of life’s contrasting dispositions. Color Fields is the solo project of Ian Hilvert.
A broken somewhat warbly biker chain rock, with the desert psych shades.
Plenty of imagination on LavaLamp’s new record cleverly titled Altlantan. Five songs in total, a delicious EP to kick off what appears to be a groovy new project.
Alia Pluto will have you beaming with the light this morning.
Filled with acid flashbacks of butterflies following you through a field with a million flowers, in colored unison. Wussycat, weirdos putting a smile on my face this morning
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.
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
The brand new track from Candy Empire titled “Animal” plays like a smooth trotting trip-hop daze. Subtle vocals float on top of a lush rhodes piano, while the beats delve into this downtempo world
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