You take one day off and it just piles up. This track caught my ear today while trying to get 234 e-mails out of my inbox.
City Calm Down are a Melbourne four-piece who’s long-awaited debut album In A Restless House will be release on Sept 11th via I OH YOU Records. In the meantime, take in their blissed out single “Rabbit Run”. On repeat, all weekend folks.
When I get e-mails from Oakland, CA’s Jackson Phillips, it feels like a breath of fresh air, even before hitting play on the soundcloud link. Here’s our second listen to Day Wave in “We Try But We Don’t Fit In” (following the incredibly debut “Drag“), which today sounded like Youth Lagoon mixed with a generous dose of Generationals.
Carelessly entering “Youth” in my Spotify browser in hopes of getting right to Daughter was one of those good mistakes in life. That’s how I found Wolf Colony, a mysterious singer-songwriter based in New York who works with producer Neal Sarin to deliver rich alluring tracks.
He has a relaxing low-key feel like The xx but perhaps with a few extra rays of sunshine –great for lounging around after a long day of work or just staring at the ceiling. The more you listen, the more addicting his voice gets. Good thing he released his debut full-length album last March.