Hold Me Darling, I Know Your Pity Well by Cesar Maria This guy is awesome for giving is music at “name your price” cause it is worth spending money on. Some country, some folk, some psychedelic influence and mostly great music.
Fine in my Mind by Pat Bilodeau It always amazes me that there are guys who can create everything that is needed to create a great song or an EP. Pat Bilodeau is one of those guys.
Music Is Religion by Ben Sumner Sweet, a lot of pop but mostly different. Some of these guys’ songs just broke my heart with their beauty.
Tasteless Nudes by Trees Hate Everything This is a fantastic way to start 2017. psychedelic pop with some worldly inspirations.
Watercolour by Cimrya Deal Sweet and fun pop that has a 60’s French pop vibe to it.
Love Is Enough by LIA PAMINA This album is inspired by 70’s French vocalists but has some Spanish influences in it. It’s sweet and it’s a great listen when you feel a little blue and need a pick me up.
We Shut Our Eyes by Belle-Skinner Sweet Sweet pop with a lot of folk influences.
Small Culture EP by Small Culture Most of this EP is very happy and fun, but frankly? I fell in love with “Who We R” – it is beautiful and touches your heart. Listen to the entire EP but I must warn you – the last song might make you cry.
CYCA by SALFUMÁN Three slick electro dream pop tracks from the Spanish artist SALFUMÁN – i’ll be checking out on her again for sure.
The Blue Bay Instrumentals by Benjamin Esterlis Shana Tova Everyone! As it is the Jewish New Year’s day (Rosh Hashana) we decided that the best way to celebrate the holiday is by recommending some great Israeli music! This great instrumentals album comes from one of our own. If you haven’t heard the album itself do
Any Human Heart – Full Album by The Aprons The Israeli dream pop duo The Aprons are back with a new album [Any Human Heart], & oh boy – it’s a doozy! [i mean it in the best way i can, right?] just in time for the new Jewish year, what a wonderful way to
One Thing by Ozarks Well, yeah – i know we already published the title song of this EP before, but hack, i just had to recommend this short but sweet release from the Portland based chamber pop duo the Ozarks.