Beep jazz ahoy.
Existentially bleak easy listening.
Rattle and kick drum manifesto.
Gentle indie harmonies, of the old school.
Synthwomp self improvement tape.
Melodic guitar indecision
Schmoove quasi-geographical jazz-lite noises.
Hip-hop, but instrumentally synthtastic.
Chop chop chop.
Reverb drenched communication failure.
"I've Got the Numbers" - School of Language
Woke prog funk from 50% of Field Music.
"I Don't Want to Be Your Love (feat. Dan Bejar)" - Joseph Shabason
Minimalist fuzzy lamentations.
"Flat White" - Lungbutter
Minimalist dirge coffee rant.
"Yes! Come Parade with Us" - Leafcutter John
Loves me a squelchy arp.
"Search Box" - Low Island
Existential pop googling.
"Born Forlorn" - Aaron Beckum
I don’t normally go for country. This is almost an exception.
"O Ephraim" - Brad Mehldau
Jazz con squelch.
"Pretty Waste" - BONES UK
Industrial faded beauty complex.
"Belly" - Bells Atlas
"Sweet Conversation" - Black Pumas
Summery reverb drenched album closer.
"Let's Never Leave Here" - Death And Vanilla
Dreamy ode to not moving.
"Hunter (feat. John Mark McMillan)" - RIAYA
Terminator flavoured Björk cover.
"First of the Tide (feat. Benge)" - Erland Cooper
Lush tales of the sea. Synth arps. Seagulls.
"Sardines" - Vilde