‘Spring’ from ‘Spring Birds’ by Montagne (April 22, 2018)
‘Mirrors’ from ‘NØLL’ by The Canyon Observer (April 2, 2018)
‘Look at the Sky’ by Point Mort (February 24, 2017)
‘Let The Long Night Fade’ by Row of Ashes (October 10, 2017)
‘Murmur’ by Nervewrecker (May 1, 2018) Continue reading “Weekly Playlist #9”→
This is but a sampling of tunes I’ve enjoyed this week. I only got into Ghost from because of 2016’s ‘From the Pinnacle to the Pit,’ which I played non-stop when it first came out. Their new one called ‘Rats’ has the same effect on me. And that outro? PFFFT. Stoppit.
Who says there’s no good music these days? Thanks to Cat for the Serial Hawk, Baxter for the Cioran, and maaaan, the outro of that ‘Rats’ song by Ghost is one of the heaviest things I’ve heard this year. And in the video, where the women are marching in front of the white horse? PFFFT. Dead. Continue reading “Weekly Playlist #6”→
Stumbled upon the darkened electro vibes of VOWWS via Apple Music, an wow, I have not stopped listening. Roku was another random discovery, and this song in particular has stayed with me. And heck, new Baptists warms my heart, as they always do (can you believe it’s been four years since ‘Bloodmines?’).
Not sure why I’ve been on such an electronic music kick lately. Maybe it’s the weather. Spring is supposedly here but dammit, it won’t stop snowing here in PA!
Here are some of the tunes that caught my ears and eyes this week. The world may do its best to jam darkness into our lives, but the music never stops and so that’s my protection against that junk.
Serration came out in January, but I’m super glad I found it. The Callous Daoboys were on this week’s podcast because they’re great, Initiate somehow come back on my radar and is the perfect late after noon pick me up. The Lesser Glow video was put on my radar via Jordan, and the Black Peaks – I was turned onto them a bit ago by my friend Jasper and I’m stoked to hear new stuff from them. Continue reading “Weekly Playlist #2”→
New music from Sectioned (one of my favorite bands I discovered via Bandcamp) and Svalbard, and I have to give @CelticFrosty credit for turning me onto Kill Athena, since they popped up on on my Bandcamp feed. That LATITUDES track dates back to 2009, but hey, it’s new to me. Sadistik Forest is a straight ahead banger and a perfect way to finish up the work week.