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
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.
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.
Surfs the concrete like a white coat wearing wizard sage. You’ll hit play on this, and get zoomed into the YOU vortex as you drive the city with the lights blinking the fade.
London’s Polar Baby (Christopher Hegarty) released “Out of This Love” which is an erratically pleasant tune. The plethora of randomness brings a lot to the ear.
The “Washed Wave” group from Phoenix has this nice number called “Memory Leak”. A rattle of smooth soundings haze, with a pleasant vocal to match.
The journey in the song, a view finder filled with an appreciative realization about life, the context of questioning “what it all means” why simaltaniously missing out on the beauty before us.
This is easily one of the best profiles I’ve seen on the cloud. A massive market of true musical thought, skillz, along with any other hyped explanation you can come up with….an expansive soundcloud platform, BMB. aka Spacekid has a variety of outlets to genrify his blendy brand of spacious hip/hop.
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.
He’s infectiously enhancing the world with skittle like balloon gravy, the kind you see bubbling over the sun scattered haze of those peak performance memories.
The one angle or tonality of an instrument can shift so much in a song, make it antithetical to what perception, or rumination of spirit are relaying to you.
The song is the canyon call, the echo chamber of self wanting to roll around a field, in the dirt, under a bubble of love for the hope to obtain something pure.
Our very own Tea Leigh has just released an early version of her new project with Luke Reed. This is some lovely pop, the kind that make you wanna nestle in, and just chill.