Fat Jon, Dabrye, Lone

•November 24, 2009 • 1 Comment

Fat Jon – Muses

Dabrye – With A Professional

Lone – Interview at Honolulu

Three cuts of  hip-hop minded music.  These tracks coming from the albums “Lemurian” by Lone, “Repaint Tomorrow” by Fat Jon, and “One/Three” by Dabrye.  You can listen to more tracks from these albums right on Grooveshark.


Songs That Would Be Great At The End Of Movies

•September 14, 2009 • 3 Comments

These three tracks really lead you away, provide closure, and set you down nicely.  I don’t intend to slight them in suggesting they’d be perfect atop which to segue into credits.

Donato Wharton – Flutlichter

Arovane – Tides

Strategy – Stops Spinning

Get Lost

•August 29, 2009 • 1 Comment

You should stop reading right here if you don’t like feeling good.  Seriously, stop now if you don’t like relaxing music.  No need to go any further if you’ve never enjoyed any of the following: Air, Zero 7, Ulrich Schnauss or Saint Etienne. Keep reading

It’s Been A Long Time…

•August 29, 2009 • Leave a Comment

I shouldna left you, without a base clef to step to, step to.  But I’m back.

Several new posts coming in the next week, getting back into the groove.  For now, I have two great tracks for you. Continue

Some Things Never Change

•June 30, 2009 • 1 Comment

Perhaps because of its relatively recent release, Sebastian Taylor’s material as Hibernation cannot be found on allmusic…or Pitchfork. As its namesake suggests, this music is not out galavanting, eager to find its friends; rather, it subsists in a cavernous realm- perhaps once a room- percolating, contemplating, and marinading. Continue reading

Secret to a Baltic-beat, bubble-gum summer

•June 29, 2009 • 2 Comments

Here is Studio’s remix of a track by fellow Swedes (the) Shout Out Louds on the cover album Yearbook 2.

Recommended for:  car rides down highways near water, making fruit salad, reminiscing, playing outside.

Link here

Tortoise revived – and revised?

•June 27, 2009 • Leave a Comment

I’ll let you decide for yourself this time, just this once.

This is the single “Prepare Your Coffin” from new album Continue reading