add some music #103

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.

add some music #100

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.

Timber Timbre – Sincerely, Future Pollution

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

Album of the Week: Mount Eerie – A Crow Looked At Me

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

Album of the Week: Laura Marling – Semper Femina

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

add some music #79

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

Album of the Week: Foxygen – Hang

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

Album of the Week: Brian Eno – Reflection

Brian Eno's latest album is a pensive New Year's gift for all people who love experimenting with musical collages. Single 54-minute track is a long, dark, melancholic, meditative, subtle. It's something radically different from the most of what contemporary popular music has to offer. Maybe that's why listening to it feels like something divine and … Continue reading Album of the Week: Brian Eno – Reflection

Queens of the Stone Age – …Like Clockwork

Każda ich płyta to wydarzenie, każda ich płyta to fenomen i pewnego rodzaju kamień milowy we współczesnym rocku. Nie ma w tym zbytniej przesady. Kiedy spojrzymy na to, co Queens of the Stone Age wyrabiali przez ostatnie 15 lat, to z całą odpowiedzialnością można powiedzieć, że stworzyli nowe standardy, iście fenomenalne płyty. Jasne, były słabsze … Continue reading Queens of the Stone Age – …Like Clockwork