pictures for your silhouettes to build a life in. This is the kind of sound made for an old vinyl piece you swoop up in an abandon box in the back of a thrifty spot. The dust is welcomed, now the spotlight for its remnants to build again. This music gets me exploring my writing, which I love.
The music is highly addictive “brain food.” Something I enjoy b/c there’s a special place I go in my head, the one you can get to easily with a drop of LSD, or Fungi. Being older now, I stay away from whats alters us, finding the way with music, the obviously more wholesome choice.
I included a few of the newer ones all which cross into this sample drone hip-hop, shifting in the realm of experimental chill.
Mountain Range can’t just stop with his own amazing talent for delivering the wonderfully cerebral aesthetic of leaves crashing within the mist of memories. He went out and linked his visions to Sun Glitters, the great Ole Torjus, and Teen Daze
These are the folks that took me out of my own creations, and allowed me to just be a fan of music again, something I honestly misplaced and the reason I do this site. So cheers to all of you for making this last year fun for us, we appreciate it.
Under The Chrome Sea is the new concept album from Forrest James, It’s all deep with a tinge of bitter-sweet, and the continually (popular) epic style explorative.
The late pause is ever-growing, the one which holds us down, traps our spirits in some sort of delusional culture.
This indie world is a bizarre one, with plenty of highs and lows, so much that you get jaded within seconds, and excited soon after. Ages makes some serious mood music, the kind I’ll probably let play on repeat, just so I don’t rip off my outer layers and start to smash shit.
Slow elapsing progression of discovery wrapped in all these riddles of life. Sun’s SC page shifts between lush ambience and an IDM universe.
Slow evolving, hands spread out in the air, dizzy circles, with enough floating long hair to make its own boat to sail away from here. I have no idea what that means,
The unfocused imagery of an (almost) empty whiskey bottle, keep you dazed enough not to go through the door that you know leads to the wrong place.
A steady dose of repeater, and the chant-esque to swirl your emotions up to dissect the meaning. I really feel the places in his music, the work is so calm, and cool.
I’ll jump right in, lets start with the track “Every Song You’ve Never Heard.” In the first 15 seconds you’re greeted with her rich, honest and simple vocals. Her harmonies are fantastic and her voice sounds like honey is dripping from the notes.
I found this gem just a few days ago somewhere under the sludge of everything else I kept running into. This goes out to all the ambient lovers, to the kids who like to build sounds and move into motion. I give to you CASSINI a one man gig from Montpellier France and that one man is named Dorian Gaubert.