A lot of things happened in 2017. It was a year of emotions, bravery, and women's voices - sincerity, openness and reflexivity steered the way through our musical voyages, while trying to comprehend what was going on around us - globally and in our own private lives. As you can imagine, there is a great potential in such vibrant times … Continue reading The Best of 2017
This year was all about emotions, bravery, and women's voice. Bring back your memories with this compilation of what was the best about music in 2017 - sincerity, openness, and reflexivity. (The songs' order is non-evaluative.)
Let's experiment with our emotions. Or let's get emotional about our experiments. This mixture of alternative music, rock, and musical otherness will bring you to an other dimension.
Delicate, nostalgic, liberating, and a little emotionally painful. Music for your lonesome evenings.
Dark, intense, and beautifully affecting. Songs that will pull you out of your comfort zone and put you in an emotional rollercoaster.
Experimental songs with emotional depth. Concentrate. Relish. Think. And don't forget to enjoy.
Easy-listening playlist, which nicely accompanies an ending summer.
Listen to the playlist presenting a subtle art of rock, pop, delicate voices and soothing synths with a pinch of nostalgia and sorrow. Brought to you by Arcade Fire, Rhye, Chris Stapleton, Jerry Martin, The Who, and more.
Celebrate the 100th add some music playlist with some great rock and pop with a party feel. No need to be ashamed to dance to those synths. It's all about fun, dreams and joy. Arcade Fire, Prince, Bruce Springsteen, M83, Chromatics and more.
Classic rock of 60s and 70s is alive and well. New songs by Roger Waters, Robyn Hitchcock, and Ray Davies is the best example. This power of music is enforced by great tunes by Jason Isbell, Woods, Incubus and more.
Tara Jane O'Neil's self-titled album is named add some music's album of the week.
Sometimes I have a feeling I'm no longer listening to Timber Timbre, but to young alternative universe version of Bob Dylan with dreamy synths (Velvet Gloves & Spit). Or just electronica-inspired I'm Not There soundtrack. Or mellow Arcade Fire/David Bowie (Grifting). Or Leonard Cohen (Western Questions)?! Or dreamy, contemplative Bruce Springsteen? Either way, Sincerely, Future Pollution … Continue reading Timber Timbre – Sincerely, Future Pollution
This is a journey through rock, electronica, acoustic thrill and folk sadness, which concludes with a metal's grand finale. Brought to you by Goldfrapp, British Sea Power, Mastodon, Julia Holter and many more.
This is where melancholy merges with strong statements, heartbreak with mellow musical collages, classics with modern sounds, rock with electronica and rap. This is where you find darkness, even sadness, yet peace and a potential for lightness. Kendrick Lamar, Gorillaz, Mount Eerie and more.
I've spent a lot of time playing GTA V this week. Its world is as fictitious as it can get, vivid, over-exaggerated, brutal, full of specific humor. Listening to Mount Eerie after such experience is a very rough, cold shower. A Crow Looked At Me brings you back to earth with soul-wrenching stories, menalcholic melodies, … Continue reading Album of the Week: Mount Eerie – A Crow Looked At Me
Delicacy and subtlety merges with strong statements and melancholic atmosphere with the magnificent new songs by Alt-J, Fleet Foxes, The Afghan Whigs, Pallbearer and more. One of the top alternative artists presents what's the best in contemporary music, by delivering satisfying compilation of insightful songs.
How she could do it, I don't know. Her talent is enormous, her gentility is magnificent, beauty of her music is astounding. Laura Marling recorded an album that you expected her to record. Semper Femina is as soothing and reflecting as it can get Laura Marling sixth's combination of delicacy and might makes this album both heart-wrenching … Continue reading Album of the Week: Laura Marling – Semper Femina
Indie pop, light guitars, a mellow atmosphere blends with soothing female voices, folk tunes, and pop ballads with a monumental synth-oriented conclusion. Brought to you by Coldplay, Timber Timbre, Chicano Batman, Sharon Van Etten, Grandaddy and much more.
Dirty Projectors latest, self-titled LP is a brave, experimental, but enjoyable project, which merges modern pop with extravagant measures. It's soulful, mournful, crazy, and often easy-listening in its complexity. But man, another album about a heartbreak? If they'll keep coming this good, yes, please.
This subtle compilation of synth sounds, acoustic music, sonic collages and soudtracks provides the feeling of relaxation, reflection and sentimentality. Beautiful and soothing songs from Little Dragon, Laura Marling and Mew with a pop feel from Jens Lekman and Paul Simon's classic are completed with a moving musical frame of soundtracks' originals and Grails' latest … Continue reading add some music #79
Critics and fans set the bar preety high for Ryan Adams's new LP Prisoner, having heard his singles in the last few months. At first, hailing it as a masterpiece of broken hearts seemed like an overstatement. Even though it doesn't live up to the expectations on a full-scale, it's a really strong album, a … Continue reading Ryan Adams – Prisoner
PVT's fifth album New Spirit is an electronic journey full of beautiful landscapes, mathematical passages and a post-rock feel. A sophisticated work, which embraces modern sound, but also stays true to the math rock form. This album takes you on a 43-minute experimental ride, segueing from one track to another while maintaining a solid main … Continue reading PVT – New Spirit
Jesca Hoop recorded a wonderful, beautiful and heartbreaking album, which will surely be considered not only as one of the best LP of 2017, but also her best yet. At first, I thought of Memories Are Now as a specific combination of Julia Holter, Laura Veirs, Sharon Van Etten, with a pinch of Joanna Newsom. And it stole my … Continue reading Album of the Week: Jesca Hoop – Memories Are Now
An intense, anxious, yet entertaining playlist brings you themes of anger, political consciousness, broken hearts, fortune, fame, death and nostalgic joy with a compilation of electronica, rock, americana and rap. Let's find some angst with a little help of Depeche Mode, Elbow, Sampha, Migos and more.
Soothing playlist for a cold, winter day filled with delicate and subtle, yet often stark compositions, which makes this compilation perfect for a reflective chillout. Laura Marling, Elbow, Ryan Adams, and more helps you to relax and contemplate, while watching beautiful December sunset/sunrise.
Enjoy the relaxing compilation of melancholy and joy provided by Ariana Grande, Radiohead, The Flaming Lips, and more. Something to help you think things through, or just sit back and ease your mind.