Woke prog funk from 50% of Field Music.
Minimalist fuzzy lamentations.
Minimalist dirge coffee rant.
Loves me a squelchy arp.
Existential pop googling.
I don’t normally go for country. This is almost an exception.
Jazz con squelch.
Industrial faded beauty complex.
Summery reverb drenched album closer.
Dreamy ode to not moving.
Terminator flavoured Björk cover.
Lush tales of the sea. Synth arps. Seagulls.
"Sardines" - Vilde
"Wordlessly" - Rose Elinor Dougall
Utterly beautiful, possibly kidnapped from 1973.
"Dali" - Spill Gold
Alarm clock Rhodes.
"The Letter" - Steve Adamyk Band
Boppy beep pop punk.
"Peachy" - Pom Poko
Some peachiness for a sunny morning.
"stephen" - Lowly
Sublime sparse and oh God I miss Portishead.
"Laughing Cavalier" - Clinic
A bit of Syd’s ghost shining through here.
"Bees" - ALASKALASKA
"Hourglass" - Big Eyes
I’m only here for the Killers-era Maiden guitars.
"Jealous Guy" - Sorry
Green-eyed nod-along pop.
"Letter from Hampi Mountain" - Snapped Ankles
Some of the best distortions committed to tape.
"Xoxo" - Wand
Gorgeous guitar pop thing, the way Thom and co used to.
"Terminal Island" - Jelly Boy
A beautiful slice of something that mercifully fades out just before it goes “full country”.
"Freedom" - Delicate Steve
Putting the “mental” in “crunchpop-guitar-instrumental”.