An extremely minimal piano thing.
Slow burn geography.
It really does. Get out there and vote people.
Gentle reverb laden longing.
Lovely off kilter electronic pop transaction.
Two chords of wonder. (Tempo variable.)
Gorgeous understated pop lie in.
Lo-fi melancholic synthesis.
Clockwork connectivity ballad.
Old fashioned done good.
Stream of consciousness slice of life.
You can't teach an old vocoder new tricks.
"Something Has to Change" - The Japanese House
Synthetic stagnation lament.
"Working (You Are)" - Stephen Mallinder
Rubber band electro.
"Every Moment" - CUP
Psychedelic timekeeping noises.
"Happens to the Heart" - Leonard Cohen
In which Leonard posthumously sears holes in you.
"Sketch Artist" - Kim Gordon
Wonderfully all over the place gronk ballad.
"Spoils" - Dry Cleaning
"Onset (feat. Mad Zach)" - Haiku Hands
"Machine" - Tummyache
Wall of sound pop.
"The Future Is a Drag" - WIVES
Dire circumstance doo-wop.
"Virile" - Moses Sumney
Soaring and sublime meat funk.
"Are You Still a Lover" - SASSY 009
Sublime low key electro groove.
"Glitter" - Amber-Simone
Slightly broken soul sparkle.
"Really Deep Snow" - Lindstrøm
Gentle low-attention electronica.
"Heaven" - Pumarosa
Oddly 90s synthpop.