It’s not Sunday, not even close to the next one, but today’s prize for the most delicate and peaceful song just needs to go to Robbie Miller and his beautiful debut single “Sunday”.
It makes me so quiet on the inside. And when the fact that he’s Australian is in the picture, it’s even more delightful, because all Sundays are so warm and sunny in Australia, aren’t they? (Please, lie to me if they’re not.)
A beautiful collaboration of and The Night VI, which metaphorically gave birth to the most precious baby, “Blood”.
Amazingly minimalistic sound is what we all need these days, when sound effects are so easily used when it comes to creative aspects of music. Listen to Public School‘s pretty damn cool track “Don’t Wake Me Up”, which shows that less is definitely more, and that using just less a really nice tunes can be created.
Do you sometimes need a little magic in your music? Well, here it is: Baychimo Kin‘s “Marina”, the first single from their forthcoming album Understood, which will be out Nov 9.
“Grace” is a track by a band called Zola Blood, and comes from their debut Meridian EP, which is available to stream right now on SoundCloud.
Very dark, beautifully worrying track by Oyinda. “The Devil’s Gonna Keep Me” is her third song representing – together with “Rush Of You” and “What Still Remains” - the NYC-based artist’s upcoming EP.
Ladies and gentlemen, I may have found the king right now. Who could have though that Alex Vargas, who came to London from Copenhagen, would do miracles like this one. Powerful, amazingly melodic vocals that go perfectly with the overall sound of the track, first class production, magical feelings. I love people who know what they are capable of and who are not afraid to show it!
“Solid Ground” is a lead track off of Alex’s upcoming EP, out October 21. I won’t sleep that day, I’ll be listening to this release all night long.