Let There Be Love by Peter Sando This one is a real gem. Peter Sando of Gandalf 3rd solo album is a classic psychedelic album and is such a treat.
Mowing by Michael Nau Michael Nau [from the fabulous Cotton Jones] released a new album a couple of months ago & these sweet psychedelic folk tunes suits just fine these fresh days of spring.
Songs For Walter by Songs For Walter This is pop music that is fun to wake up to!
What We're Forced To Learn by Seth Beck I thought this one will be a very simple country recorde, but boy I was wrong.
I Guess We're Doing Alright by Handsome Hound These guys reminds me a little bit of Edward Sharp and The Magnetic Zeros – in the most fun and happy way there can be. Oh and check out their cool cover of Jackson.
El Destierro by matiascena Sometimes you don’t really need to understand the words to get the music. This is one of those moments.
String Fings by Drago Dit Dragon Since his brilliant EP from 2013 “Spear” [which i wrote about here] i’ve been following the Canadian singer/songwriter Drago Dit Dragon & it took “only” 3 years for his 2nd EP to come out, but hey, it was worth the wait! beautiful lo-fi folk blended with electronica & loops
View Of You by Him&Me The debut album from the Israeli duo Him&Me is a wonderful combination of beautiful vocals and harmonies, folky inspiration and some electronic beats. Everything about it is chill and dreamy, and takes you on a calm musical journey.
SAN JERÓNIMO, Salinas, 20:15 (2016). by WeAreWolves Records It’s dreamy and it’s beautiful. Sometimes you don’t need to know the language in order to enjoy some beautiful music.
DEMO by Woven Birds Two beautiful relaxing songs which are perfect for a rainy Saturday afternoon.
Wanderlust EP by Forest Fires This pretty EP by Tanner Waite, the man behind Forest Fires, is a little folk gem. All the songs on it are very pretty, calm and soft. I can imagine listening to them in any kind of weather – in the beginning of spring, when it’s bright and breezy outside,
Sketches Of Belonging by Ana Ćurčin If you’d told me that this album came straight from Nashville I would have believed you. But Ana Ćurčin comes from Serbia and her sweet voice is what you should listen to right now.