PAL is back with a melodically beautiful new poppier song. If you anticipate something slow and melacholy, you will still get a bit of that but with a shift midway through the song. I get a little bit of Depeche Mode-esque Exciter synth feel in this song then it picks up to give you some solid upbeat pop sounds. This is probably my favorite song I heard this week.
Magically simple and beautiful Soul of Gaia combines a simplistic melody of piano, with entracing vocals and sounds from Nasa. So sit back and let yourself “Roam” through the universe. Hopefully, if you’re lucky you’ll catch yourself a falling star.
I stumbled across this and I love the psychedelic feel that comes from my speakersIt doesn’t look like the band has posted anything in 3 years, but what I heard I really enjoyed. This band is, for lack of a better word…groovy!
Released earlier this month, the new José González album is simply amazing and almost perfection. His first album since 2007 made me realize how much I missed his music. I’m so glad to have his dreamy guitar and delicate vocals whispering softly into my ear again.
Below is just the first single off the album, but do yourself a favor and listen to the whole thing.
Swedish shoegazers RA bring a dark force to ignite your musical bloodstream. Though the song is called “Void”, it is not lacking or empty yet full of an interesting complex melody and deeply thoughtful lyrics. Their album will be released March 11th, but listen to their single “Void” to satisfy your cravings for more.
I’m pleased to share the video for my favorite song off their album. Been saving this for a Friday since its so poppy and dancey. So put your dancing shoes on and blast this fun, amazing song!
My brother sent me two cd’s last week of all lovely Swedish pop music. Most stuff I owned, some things I had not heard before, Joel Alme’s beautiful pop music being one of them. So now with great pleasure, I throwback to this lovely heartfelt pop ballad.