Scott Orr’s Worried Mind is a peaceful welcome for winter

sngalbums: Originally appeared on the 405.  The newest release on earnest Ontario label Other Songs is a fitting welcome for winter. I felt lucky to finally experience it myself when I left the desert to visit the midwest this past weekend. Snow fell for an hour in Minneapolis on my final day in the city; the neighborhood where I was staying was quiet save for … Continue reading Scott Orr’s Worried Mind is a peaceful welcome for winter

Cavetown, Miloe – “Let Me Feel Low”

Congolese Newcomer Miloe Embraces Joy Yet Returns to Melancholy on Cavetown Collab “Let Me Feel Low” Originally appeared on Grimy Goods.  If you hadn’t heard, 19-year-old newcomer Miloe has made a splash in the indie scene in recent months. Toward the end of October, the Congolese artist released Greenhouse, a laid-back 5-track EP; fans of SALES or UMO know the vibe. Miloe basks in the … Continue reading Cavetown, Miloe – “Let Me Feel Low”

Best Songs of 2019: 2. Huntly

sawdustandgin: I am hard-pressed to find any type of flaw on Huntly’s single, “Low Grade Buzz,” which will appear as the title track on a new album. The namesake hum comes through as part of the instrumentation, as intentional feedback, and as a reminder of endless entropy.  Low Grade Buzz by Huntly Best Songs of 2019 2. Huntly – “Low Grade Buzz”  Continue reading Best Songs of 2019: 2. Huntly

I am hard-pressed to find any type of flaw on Huntly’s single, “Low Grade Buzz,” which will appear as the title track on a new album. The namesake hum comes through as part of the instrumentation, as intentional feedback, and as a reminder of endless entropy.  Low Grade Buzz by Huntly Continue reading