There are certain songs that everyone likes, and I mean everyone. “Proud Mary” performed by Ike and Tina Turner is one of them.
Kali Uchis’ style in her song “Know What I Want” is stylistically clever and refreshing
Atmospheric and with a barebones simple structure this song has a huge sound almost tailor made for the cavernous warehouse parties it was intended for.
The Budgie EP came out in June of this year on DC-born DJ and musician Theo Parrish‘s Wildheart Recordings
Rhythm Scholar applies his respectful-yet-expansive remix techniques to one of The Beatles’ heaviest grooves, “Come Together.”
Tamara Wellons’ new single “Behind the Veil” is as uplifting as it is musically sophisticated, and the video treatment really shows the warmth of her personality.
Andreas Dorau’s “Fred Vom Jupiter” is my current ear worm. Give this a listen and you may find yourself unknowingly humming it as you go about your day.
This song of the day has piano and groove that is pure bliss while creating a head nodding state of mind.
I love a good 90’s hip-hop throwback. This time, Arrested Development’s “People Everyday” gets the remix treatment from Chicago’s Altered Tapes.
This song by Northern Ireland’s Undertones is perfect power pop: short, powerful, and poppy. “Cousin” was released in 1980 and went to number nine on the UK pop charts that year.