Monthly Archives: April 2014

Jessica Lea Mayfield – Oblivious

And finally, “Oblivious” off of Jessica Lea Mayfield’s incredible new album, Make My Head Sing. I love every song on this album, but this one especially. It’s the first song and it just knocks you on your ass from the start.

The Peach Kings – Hold On

Next, deep bass driven rock from the Peach Kings. Intense and echoing, kind of like Cat Power. Just beautiful.

Little Dragon – Let It Go

I’ve been in a (new music) rut recently, for whatever reason, but in the last day I’ve realized that three of my favorite artists have recently put out music. I’ve been hitting repeat a lot. First, new from Little Dragon. Dreamy electro-pop topped with the beautiful, almost 90’s R&B voice of Yukimi Nagano.

Atmosphere – Bob Seger

Atmosphere – Bob Seger Atmosphere is so dramatic and dark. But/and I really like their sound and have yet to grow tired of it. This one’s newish to the world, new to me.

Hermitude – All Of You

A song to wake your week up. Bits of soul, hip-hop, and funk, all twisted together.

Lana Del Rey – West Coast

I’m posting this song partly ’cause I genuinely like it and am as mesmerized by Lana’s voice as most people, and partly ’cause I don’t want to miss out on posting this song the day it debuts, even if thousands of others already have. Super cool.

Flume – Change (Featuring How To Dress Well)

Play this one right after the last one for maximum R&B dance party fun times. Flume’s ability to cross genres is seriously impressive.