Do you ever have those days of constant discovery, where you come across song after song that feeds your soul?
Today’s one of those days for me.
It started with one of my favorite live sets of the downtempo duo Darkside. What autoplayed after that is something I haven’t been able to stop listening to. Kiasmos has my heart now, because of how they blend the emotive piano with uplifting beats—and build it to something powerful, nourishing, and holy. Its build and release reminds me of Slowdive’s Falling Ashes and Signaldrift’s Tense Situations, two other songs I could never live without.
After Kiasmos, this Purple Disco Machine ditty did me the honor of autoplaying. Holy Heaven, Batman. Don’s stop lifting me up.
Next I came across this fascinating deconstruction of one of the greatest, most iconic songs of all time (to at least one generation).
After that, a friend shared this on Facebook. The guitar, the foot tambourine, the spoons, the vocals, the soul. God yes.
This trio is made out of flesh, bone, and their blood is music.
Then YouTube suggested that I discover for the first time that not only is Hugh Laurie a charming prince. Not only is he the misanthropic House. Dude can tease some keys.
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