Back to a house curated list this week of the best we have heard for your listening pleasure.
– Heave Ho
Ben Howard has a lock on trippy ear worms we want to hear. This latest is out today.
We have been waiting for more good time music from these folks and this does not disappoint.
Jamie N Commons
– Paper Dreams (Acoustic)
You know Jamie N Commons for his colossal collaboration with the X Ambassodors of "Jungle." This is a quieter more thoughtful work.
– Say My Name
Who would have ever thought an Irishman could turn a Destiny's Child monster into a super good slow jam?
– When I Was Older
This is heart stoppingly beautiful and leaves you waiting for the next note to be dribbled out into your ears.
– I Want I All
Super good indie pop from these veterans.
Fat White Family
How can you skip over anything from a band with the name Fat White Family?
– Blue Lips ft Ursula Rose
Catchy and driving.
Gary Clark Jr.
– This Land
The synths in the first moments of this song threw me off from what I was about to hear. Said it in the caption to the music video – Gary Clark Jr. is back and he is pissed off.
Frenship / Yoke Lore
– Wanted A Name
Ace singer / songwriter duo Frenship bring in the super distinct vocals of Yoke Lore to construct their next hit.
No keeping this woman down.
– Back In My Body
The coda in her first major label release out today is the story of her re-finding herself.
– Don't Feel Like Crying
Emily Warren and Sigrid have a golden touch on this track.
Tokimonsta / Anderson. Paak
It's an older song but I've recently fallen in love with Anderson. Paak's smooth voice in this gorgeous Tokimonsta track
I can't stop listening to this utterly dreamy and totally unique track. It just makes me happy.
Mazde / LissA
Music Video of the Week: Maggie Rogers
- Light On
La Blogothèque and Maggie turn this song into a joyful sing along.