The Demos’ infectious new single “Make It Better” feels good in your heart, whether it’s full of love or broken (for now).Read More
How a classic trip game and Happy.’s “I Call Shotgun” shed light on your summer love story.Read More
Delta Will’s colorful, ripe, and thought-provoking “Nothing Is Enough” combines far-out animation with a far-in philosophy.Read More
Ages and Ages’ “Needle and Thread” helps us find the balance between giving too many fucks and giving no fucks at allRead More
The thump and snap of Maths Time Joy’s “Only You” ft. JMR inspires us to turn heartache into hope and find strength in unity.Read More
Jordan Mackampa’s socially apposite, “One in the Same” addresses the challenges to maintaining relationships in our world of virtual connections and snap judgements. It’s a generational statement of anthemic proportions.Read More
All Boom Baps and synth claps, Tom Misch’s debut album “Geography” could bring the party in a quiet library on a Wednesday night. I mean, Misch features DeLaSoul - need I say more? Nope.Read More
Brothers Moving lighten the way for all who wander by with “Can’t Deny”Read More
Along with the undulating plaits of The Calling’s trip-hop soundscape, Sevdaliza’s cryptic lyrics whisper seductively, seeking their place in your soul. Each track calls from different parts of the mental maze; beguiling us with its ethereal, down-tempo and trancy flow.Read More
The alt-rock ark that saved individuality from the flood of conformity.Read More
A confident yet vulnerable plea to enhance life’s light through connection. Its haunting melodies and bold rhythms will blast a hole through any desolate darkness and revive the spark within us all.Read More
The Anthem of an Unappologetic SurvivorRead More
Sharing a fresh squeezed song with the world feels like winning.
Being a band’s pioneer is the gold ring of the indie rock world. It has the power to sky rocket your street cred from shoe-gazing wallflower to signed-band-shirt wearing, ear plug donning, front of the line mingling hipster (tho, you’d never call yourself that.)
Knowing all that... just imagine this:
A music blogger receives a strangely anonymous email in the dark morning hours. There is no sender, no title and no message.
Just a YouTube link. That’s it. Cool...
Curiosity cheers as she clicks through. Pleased by the quiet sighs of this mysterious gift, she is suddenly yet gently pulled close as it fills her with levity and whispers potential, intimately, in her sleepy ears. She sways, trying not to spill her coffee and decides, it’s hers.
”Ok” she thinks, “who sent this...who sang this...who, who, who...?”
Come no closer
You’re in danger
Cos I’m on fire
Let The Hunt begin:
The limited information provided by YouTube intrigues this blogger. A few clicks later and she’s getting nowhere. Hitting dead ends. She has nothing. NOTHING?! This song really is as shrouded as a “Hooded Stranger.” The more she can’t have it... she feels ... need + sigh + cool + huh?
- Who are Mahogany Fire Surround?
- What's W E L S H • P S Y C H E D E L I A?
- Anyone ever heard of Marble Hearth Records?
We (I) need to get some answers musicurators. Curious, hell yaaa... eluded, not for long!
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A Champion’s Pledge to Slay Demons for the Ones She LovesRead More
Calling Our Hearts Home to HealRead More
Atwood Magazine’s Today’s SongRead More
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A Modern Day ClassicRead More
Merry Christmas 🎄Read More
Carmody's "The Light of Me" pulses like life, through the warmth of a beating heart. Like a heart, it only stops when it’s given all it has. This heart can slow though, giving space to ponder the divergent pathways real living, real loving and real feeling offer. Just when you think you know "all your ways" you realize there’s still some adventure at your feet. Some more life to live. A new found pouch of starlight to sprinkle and a brighter version of your own light to shine, to share with those who can see it, feel it and love it.
“Do you see the light of me, I can show you...”
The newly released video (below), directed so expertly by Daniel Broadley, paints the picture of the multiple pathways which exist within one being. Exploring the complex balance of relationships over time.
Complex in beauty and strain. Through Liv Lockwood's emotive, connected, weight sharing, graceful, passionate and desperate choreography, we see how this struggle feels. Ms. Lockwood so poetically weaves intricate emotion into this physical narrative. At points synchronized and yet adversarial, Intimate and private. Life’s organized chaos. It's the story of living, loving and life.
I repeat my mantra, feeling is better than numbness - follow it with open eyes and an open heart and positivity will result. Shine that light and eventually the right people will see it and shine right back. Bask in the glow and...
Have a nice day ☀️.
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