Sal Dulu’s track “Antasma” begs you not to go and try to comply but you are being pulled back and forth as you groove to guitar licks, saxophone, and smooth vocals. It bounces enough to make you move, but is ideally enjoyed while sitting with an adult beverage and closed eyes as you daydream about distant memories and dancing figures.
If you haven’t found that relaxing on the beach type of song, well here it is. Saib gives us such a great R&B and sultry track with a bit of hip-hop beats that will definitely make you want “Vivre (To Live)” your best life as you relax and chill.
If any of you are wondering what a “Magpie”is, it’s a long tailed crow like the cover art that you see above. A “Magpie” is also a word that is used in comparisons, specifically referencing to a person who collects things of little value or a person who chatters with no purpose. Archie Langley is the exact opposite with his single, “Magpie” as he sings with passion. He delivers such a strong indie-folk track that you start to wonder if you’re listening to either Iron & Wine or Mumford & Sons. By all means Archie Langley, you’re collecting a fan of your music, and that’s pretty valuable.
When you listen to “Danger in Me” by 7 Chariot, you start to wonder what danger is in her because all you hear is nothing but positive and upbeat vibes. “Danger in Me” is an indie-pop tune about self-acceptance. No one is perfect, but this song comes close.
It only takes about one minute to send some nudes, but it takes less time for NVDES to deliver some great and fresh moods with their latest single, “Louì”. With their catchy and vibrant combination of instrumental, indie, and house music, “Louì” will leave you in a positive state of mind that you’ll have on repeat for days.
For more NVDES, check out “Pressure” from VINYL MOON Volume 008: Seedshine
Alexander Vincent claims that ‘he won’t say a word’ in his track, “I Won’t”, but I have a few. This track is the right blend of instrumental and deep chill vibes that makes you want to repeat the song multiple times. You also wonder that if you’re listening Sam Smith within the first five seconds of “I Won’t” which makes it that much better .
I always wonder if longer days and warmer skies correlate with a shift in music listening habits. Looking back at the last month, I’m noticing glossier sounds and happier themes, like we’re pre-gaming for vacations and picnics already. But we gave plenty of love rainy day tracks, too – lots of songs channel slushy snow and gray mornings. Do you find your listening changes with the weather? Or is it something that stays unmoving, a steady sentinel against the howling winds and buffeting winds?
If nothing else, you can count on one thing – we’ll always be here to provide a steady stream of excellent tunes. Be sure to follow us on Spotify for playlists with the music we’re loving, and check out past playlists from previous months.