Here’s a SOTD my mother would approve of. It’s got Allan Watts waxing philosophical in the background and the music itself could be the sort of thing played in a yoga class or meditation class. In spite of that, this song is a beautiful thing and I enjoyed its wandering-stream-journey. Here’s n u a g e s with Dreams.
Forest Swords is similar to Lorn (my opinion only), only airier. Here is a beautifully layered soundscape called The Highest Flood. This is a good one to lie back to. Just close your eyes and enjoy the ride.
Today’s SOTD features all of my favorite things. Piano sounds where you can hear the piano parts moving. Post apocalyptic desert scenes. Slow motion. Singing that sends chills up my spine. This SOTD (and let’s be honest, VOTD) has it all! It’s enough to make one cry (I may have). Here’s Jon Hopkins again and Feel First Life.
Today’s SOTD is brought to you by Glass Animals. Here’s a droopy, melt-in-your-mouth chill vibe song, apply entitled Gooey. Your ears will savour it like a Werther’s original™ .
Today’s SOTD features some Jack White in the form of his side piece, The Raconteurs. Here’s Top Yourself. The guitar in this twang-y-licious!
Today’s SOTD is brought to you by The Marshall Tucker Band. I went through a bit of a phase last summer. I go in and out of Southern Rock phases, especially when the weather gets warmer.
Here’s one of their songs where the live version is better: See You Later, I’m Gone.
Tom Petty is always appropriate for those days (or weeks) where you feel introspective and infallibly human.
Here’s Learning to Fly. Yup. That sounds about right.
Summer-themed songs continue. Here’s the appropriately titled Salted Caramel Ice Cream by Metronomy for your Thursday.
Today’s SOTD is perfect for a Wednesday. It’ll ignite your day and push you right over into Thursday. Here’s Modeselektor featuring Flohio and Wealth.
Today’s SOTD is from very young talent out of Saskatchewan. This is a hot summer song, if ever I heard one. Here’s Colter Wall with Sleeping on the Blacktop.