February was dominated by Beyonce, because of her twin pregnancy, Grammys performance, lost competition with Adele at the ceremony in question, her new aesthetic conception, finally because of the cancellation of her Coachella performance. For those, who are not interested in Queen B, there were also a ton of things going on in the magical and mystical world of sounds.
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
Jens Lekman's Life Will See You Now is a great, straightforward, optimistic album, which will make you want to go dance your common daily life away.
Delicate and subtle sounds of contemporary electronica, indie, experimental and pop music blends with nostalgic and intense rock, making this playlist both sentimental and enpowering experience. Listen to the best music from Thundercat, Future Islands, Crystal Fairy, Cloud Nothings and much more.
I'm trying out new things on add some music blog, so I decided to do some recaps this year. I'll be writing a short summary of the best releases along with the most important evens and news at the end of each month. I'll be up to date, and you won't miss anything significant. When it comes … Continue reading Music Recap: January 2017
Foxygen returns after a phase of extremely intense hype surrounding their music. I've never been a big fan of their work, but I have to admit -- Hang is something very interesting. Californians abandoned their overly psychadelic aura and transformed into theatrical art pop, which brings listeners closer to Talking Heads than to Quicksilver Messenger Service. What's … Continue reading Album of the Week: Foxygen – Hang
Listen to joyous, pensive and intense music presented by some of the most interesting contemporary artists. New singles by Ed Sheeran, The xx, Rascal Flatts, Nine Inch Nails, London Grammar and more puts you in a sublime atmosphere of blissful energy and contemplation.
'Twas a very good year to music, but also a very sad one. Enjoy the journey through the best tracks of 2016, which reminds you of the high and lows of this strange time with eclectic compilation of joy, happiness, sadness, angst, longing and relief. (The songs' order is nonevaluative.)
Sit back, relax and tune in to the experimental mix of trans music in style of americana, neo-soul and classical music. Johann Johannsson, Childish Gambino, The Weekend, and Arvo Part will be among those who will help you sink into the sound of late autumn.
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.
A playlist for the lazy autumn afternoon with soul, rap, and rocky feel. The best premiers from Alicia Keys, Krzysztof Krawczyk, Run the Jewels, Bonobo and more.