In Our Ears: Songs We Loved This Week - March 1 2019 Edition
    • FRIDAY, MARCH 01, 2019

    • Posted by: Baeble Staff

    What an intense week. Maryland Rep Elijah Cummings went from an Oscar Presenter to National Icon with his impassioned plea for America to return to decency at the close of the public Cohen hearings - "We Are Better Than This."

    Time to escape into a little music:

    David's Picks

    Was a good week with new music from some of my favorite acts.

    Find Someone – ARIZONA
    These guys are psychically connected to me. Whenever I need a lift, they release new music that lifts me up. Check out the music video for this tune – cute overdose with the puppies and others.

    Body Heat - Savoir Adore
    Another piece of spot on piece Indie Pop from Paul Hammer and Lauren Zettler.

    Mess - Noah Kahan
    More of what makes Noah interesting and distinct.

    Kick The Door – Bette Lemme
    More kinetic pop from our favorite new French-Canadian artist.

    I Guess I Just Feel Like – John Mayer
    Yes – this was on last week's playlist but this song has overwhelmed me this week. The understated virtuosity of John Mayer on this song signals an artist with nothing left to prove at the height of his powers.

    Zoe's Picks (The Australian Oracle)

    0 - 100 - Drake
    Talk - Khalid & Disclosure
    Love Me Now - Ziggy Alberts
    Get Low - James Vincent McMorrow
    Crashing Into You - Vance Joy

    The Moefly Collective

    Gloria - Laura Branigan
    Think About You - Kygo
    Crimson & Clover - Tommy James & the Shondells
    This Must Be the Place - Talking Heads
    Short Change Hero - The Heavy
    Beijing Honey – Scoundrels
    Wasted (Acoustic) – Jesse McCartney
    Boom - X Ambassadors
    Hope - The Chainsmokers
    Sucker - Jonas Brothers
    100 Days - AJR
    Mine - Bazzi
    Lullaby - Mary Kantor

    Special Mention - Solange - "When I Get Home"

    Whenever a Knowles drops an album we pay attention.

    Music Video of the Week: Mark Ronson – Valerie ft Amy Winehouse

    Mark dropped this the day after he won his Oscar with Lady Gaga and the timing felt strange. Nevertheless, this vintage look at the incandescent Amy Winehouse is enough to make you get teary over what might have been had she lived.

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