I’m sitting over here, all like ‘What’s next, Sway?’ Berlin’s Canadian singer/songwriter is bound to push out some fancy new tracks and bets are strong that I’ll be eagerly waiting to hear all of them. Sway has already smashed it, have a listen to this jam.
Sway’s Facebook: here.
The Shins’ James Mercer and Danger Mouse have just released a single off their upcoming collaborative LP, After the Disco, as Broken Bells.
The track, Holding on for Life, shows that they’re still holding on to their collaborative goodness in the follow up to their 2010 self-titled album.
Totally diggin’ the eerie, psych-rock, indie-strumming happening in this song. It’s all sorts of awesome.
Have a listen. This is some good ish.
Remember the original? Pshhh…winning since the ’80s. Still a kickass song.
Yet, Bastille felt the need to take a shot at this classic chart topper. The result? Pure awesomeness. Well played, Bastille. Well played.
Here you go. Gobble this one up: repeat.
I heart all-things Iceland.
Included in that heart’ing is Sin Fang, Iceland’s wizard of lo-fi beauty. His latest album, released this year, is chock full of instrumental, synthy, clicky, atmospheric dips and lifts and surprises. It’s a fun album to check out.
So is his Facebook where you can find him decked out in flowers and vomiting tree branches. Because, who doesn’t think that sounds awesome.
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Ireland born and raised Hozier is showing an undeniable talent rising from his EP ‘Take Me To Church.’
I can’t get enough of this track and I’m eager to hear what else Hozier brings to the masses.
He’s on Facebook. Get some.
The original is a heavy amount of sexiness. London Grammar took that sexy and turned it pretty in this cover of Kavinsky’s ‘Nightcall.’ Best part of this song – the unexpected build and punch at the end. Dig it!
London Grammar has finally released their latest album. Whoop! Find them on Facebook here.
Harvest moon tonight. I pedaled myself across Amsterdam under the moon, over canals, across the city and inside myself. This song trailed me on repeat and I couldn’t have found a better song for the beautiful moment I fell into.
Starts slow – the build pulls you in. The perfect song to breathe in, take in, push out, let out, fall, lift and enjoy with.
Do yourself a favor and soak it in.