Chill acoustic covers of old (or recent) folk favorites? Yes, please!
This is the very idea of The Sarcastic Dharma Society‘s 2009 collection, Other People’s Songs (Volume One). While we have yet to see a volume two, the rich feel of this 10-track album is still as fresh as yesterday’s produce, lessening our clamor for a new one.Read More
Get swept away with the progressive beats of an impending Young Summer.
This is the name Bobbie Allen uses for her newest musical endeavor, which comes from a long, distinguished breed of female indie acts — bringing their impressive artistry along. Think Florence & The Machine, or even Norah Jones, and that’s what you’ll get, more or less.Read More
Jim Guthrie’s Remastered Edition of Now, More Than Ever is not far from the original. The poppy electronics of the remastered can be seamlessly juxtaposed to a nostalgic look down memory lane.
The Canadian singer-songwriter has foremost made a nameRead More
Get lost on some stellar, layered melodies with Heaps n Heaps‘ Dancing on the Moon. Released last 13 November, this collection features four tracks for easy listening.
Heaps n Heaps is lead by the duo of Alisa from Australia, Sydney and Zach from Salt Lake City, Utah. The group is currently based in Los Angeles, chasing their musical dream.Read More