Perfect music for rockin’ an oddball runway show or a inter-dimensional photo shoot. This song’s production creates a spacey soundscape that manages to stay grounded with its extensive use of electronic dance instrumentation, as well as its use Zhao’s hypnotic vocals, urging listeners to seize the moment and stay in the reality dimension of space and time.
This majestic electro pop song creates a beautiful blend of electronic synth, synth strings, Flume-like beats, and Burke’s clean vocals to convey its vast atmosphere. The emotional end result is a song of longing for a loved one’s companionship, soundtracking the feelings of attachment and perfect the nights in with a significant other.
This pool-dance party tune is heavy with Latin rhythms and grooves bound for an simultaneously exciting and relaxing day in the sun. “Sueltan Fuego” contains elements of jazz and rock with improvised solos and lines from the saxophone and guitar. Enough goodness to feed everyone at the Saturday backyard BBQ!
From the massive war drums to the resampled chorus that’s a hook in and of itself, everything about this remix screams “anthem”. Paperwhite takes Monogem’s already-powerful single and gives it even more put-your-hands-in-the-air-ability. Which is a pretty important metric, if you ask us.
Don’t sleep on the original mix, either:
There’s more rhythm in this little ditty than you find in most decades-old bands. Pass some shakers, castanets, and noisemakers into the crowd and let everybody shake it out for “Skulls”.
“Aloha” has the patient, dreamlike quality of a David Lynch film. It also makes me yearn for a hammock – maybe it’s the way the main guitar line rocks back and forth like a pendulum, or the way the vocals float along like a soft breeze.
Give yourself a four-minute vacation with the Saxophone’s latest, and extend your stay with “If You’re On The Water” from VINYL MOON Volume 016: Breathing Shadows.
“In The Light” was made to be played at weddings. Lots of fun and appropriate for fans of indie pop, disco, jumpy guitars, and vocal sampling. Guaranteed (for better or worse) to get Aunt Cheryl out of her seat and onto the dancefloor.
Keep the party going with “Maps” from VINYL MOON Volume 017: Libertas.
Ben Bostick dials in the nostalgic heart-ache in this bonus track from his self-titled debut, managing to bring a smile to the edge of your mouth at the same time he draws a tear from the corner of your eye. Sweet, sad, and simple, “Anna Karina” is a lovely addition to his already remarkable portfolio.
For more of Bostick’s rustic hurt-so-good, revisit “Sweet Maria” from VINYL MOON Volume 017: Libertas.