Tag: mysterious

July 5, 2018 /

…Otherwise known as, “that one song that was in every other movie and television show in the late ’90s with a mysterious, brooding female lead.”

Esthero was the duo of Toronto singer Jenny-Bea Englishman and Canadian-born, Minnesota-raised producer Martin “Doc” McKinney, who in the late ’90s came together to create a classic record in Breath From Another, a simmering, trip-hoppish affair in the vein of Morcheeba or Sneaker Pimps.

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June 15, 2017 /

I came across the music of Hannah Miller in a way many people probably did: Through Danny Cook‘s video, Postcards From Pripyat, which went viral in mid-2014 for its stark imagery of Chernobyl set to Miller’s lonesome and haunting listen, “Promise Land.” It was a shot in the arm for the indie folk singer from Nashville, who had been performing easy, coffeeshop-style listens for years before she elected to create songs with more energy, attitude, and bite.

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September 22, 2016 /

For the last little while I’ve diving deep into Good Evening, the debut album of the L.A.

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August 18, 2016 /

Back again to share some lovely, lovely tunes!

Kaytranada‘s come up was a long time coming and well-deserved.

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April 7, 2016 /

Back again to take you on another journey!

KING is a Los Angeles trio comprised of sisters Amber and Paris Strother and Anita Bias whose long, long, long awaited 2016 debut, We Are KING, being a record I’ve been really enamoured by for the past few weeks.

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October 29, 2015 /

You know what you need right now? Some Canadian indie electronic pop!

No, wait, stick with me, these guys are pretty good!

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February 23, 2015 /

Mannnnnn, you can’t tell me nothing when it comes to Morcheeba.

The British group, comprised of producers Ross and Paul Godfrey and singer Skye Edwards originally formed as in the latter half of the ’90s as part of a then-new wave of artists embracing a new style of music dubbed by the press as “trip-hop:” a slow, seductive, and moody kind of music rooted in R&B, dub, and electronic dance, originated by groups Massive Attack and Portishead.

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September 10, 2014 /

“You never know what you need until you find it…”

For me, the mood for the last few days has been one of pensiveness.

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