Meditations on consequence. With harmonies.
Not a pop song.
Behold, the Nineties.
Stabby guitar pop.
Noisy indie-adjacent flap-a-long.
Meditative minimalism. With vocoders.
Minimal ballad achieved
Pitch-shift pop drop.
Happy Christmas to you and yours. See you in the new year.
So far behind the beat it's on the front of the next one.
"We Are Real" - WHY?
An extremely minimal piano thing.
"Rock & Roll" - NVDES
"Treasures of the Ancient World" - Bodega
Slow burn geography.
"History Has Its Eyes on You" - Mystery Jets
It really does. Get out there and vote people.
"Devils Catflap" - Jerkcurb
Gentle reverb laden longing.
"Crack a Deal" - Aunty Social
Lovely off kilter electronic pop transaction.
"Company" - Fran
Two chords of wonder. (Tempo variable.)
"Full Moon In Gemini" - Vagabon
Gorgeous understated pop lie in.
"Howl" - Alexandra Savior
Lo-fi melancholic synthesis.
"Secretary" - Cate Le Bon & Bradford Cox
Clockwork connectivity ballad.
"Show Me" - Mikal Cronin
Old fashioned done good.
"Jogging" - Richard Dawson
Stream of consciousness slice of life.
"So Modern and so Tight" - Lambchop
You can't teach an old vocoder new tricks.
"Something Has to Change" - The Japanese House
Synthetic stagnation lament.