Ricky Eat Acid - You Get Sick; You Regret Things
I am not going to post a single track from Ricky Eat Acid’s further delve into the ambient world, “You Get Sick; You Regret Things”. To do so, would be unfair to you and unfair to this particular body of work. I implore each and everyone of you to take some time out and listen - to get lost in your own thoughts and day dreams - creating scenes from imaginary films in your head. For a period of time, no matter how brief, you float in and out of scenes of comfort, elation, and renewal. Joie de vivre.
♪ File under:ambient, day dreams
Lo-fi, super fuzzed, heavy, psyched out punk from… Hungary? A bit noisey, sometimes a bit bluesy, and always kissed by punk aesthetics, Piresian Beach is FANTASTIC. Jaw droppingly so. With a voice that is rather deep and demanding, I’m an immediate fan. Jump on the bandwagon NOW.
She has seven tracks available at bandcamp. Download them all!
♪ File under: lo-fi, noise, psych punk, my new favorite
There are things in life that make you feel as if everything is going to be alright. That no matter how uncertain the current circumstances are, something will pull you out of the deep set ennui. Pepepiano makes *that* kind of music. Music which resonates inside and tells you, “everything is going to be alright.”
Last night, Pepepiano released “Babes”, a 4 song ep on bandcamp. It’s so fantastically good; colorful music filled with swirls and voices floating over hypnotic synths. This is electronic music at some of its finest moments.
Download the Honeydew EP from bandcamp.
♪ File under: chill, jamz, summer time
Feature: Motion Sickness of Time Travel
Whether it is the (usual) grey, foggy weather here or the ennui I’m currently facing, I’m in the mood for ambient, drone, or hauntingly beautiful, slow melodies. I have become quite infatuated with Motion Sickness of Time Travel, aka Rachel Evans (1/2 of Quiet Evenings). With ethereal vocals that weave in and out of the soft instrumentation, I am convinced this is not earthly music.
♪ File under: free folk, new age, angelic
I don’t think I’ll ever get over the wacky climate variations in SF. The weather varies almost drastically from one neighborhood to the next. Holy Spirits compliments such factors. From my fog laden neighborhood, to the warm, sunkissed areas; perfect melodic folk for your travels. The music swells, swirls and envelops you in a glowing warmth. This is music to lose yourself in…
From the debut ep “The Afternoon’s Blood” available on bandcamp.
Mickey Mickey Rourke - Vision Quest
MMR is back with more and that makes my heart happy. “Sweet Toof” is a lovely “lo fi soul” number and might just be my favorite MMR track thus far.
♪ File under: dreampop, soul, love