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SONG OF THE DAY sir Was - In The Midst

This is one of those songs that took me a couple of listens to make my mind up about.  It had something that attracted my attention immediately, but like any music it’s all about the mood you’re at the time and tonight I’m really enjoying it. 226 more words


sir Was - Digging a tunnel (2017)

VÖ: 10.3.2017 auf City Slang
Klingt fast ein bisschen wie: Caribou, Curtis Mayfield, The Streets
Passt gut zu: Nachtfahrt, Kaugummi, Morgengrauen

Auf Tour mit Sinkane: Mo 3.4. 167 more words

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Album of the Day: Sir Was, "Digging a Tunnel"

Joel Wästberg’s debut full-length as Sir Was is a smorgasbord of textures and tones. A former bandmate of Jose Gonzales, Wästberg inhabits all corners of his records; he plays all the drums, basses, keyboards, guitars, clarinets, and saxophones himself before chopping them into hypnotic tracks that bridge the gap between folk and ambient. 186 more words

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The Future's Here Today: Dear Reader

Cherilyn MacNeil is  the lead singer of south African based Dear Reader, a band who use folk, dream pop and electro music and bend it out of shape, adding organic sounds and choirs. 28 more words

Lorna Irvine

You should choosey Jakuzi

Jakuzi – Geriye Dönemiyor

2nd outing on SWIT here’s the wonderful Jakuzi and a track taken from the album “Fantezi Müzik” out March 24th via City Slang. Superb!


ft. Jessica Hoop, Teen Daze, Sinkane

Could 2017 be the year many of us musical lovers and tastemakers are waiting for?  We are off to a cracking year and this week we drew straws on a handful of great new deliveries, three very different New Borns.   858 more words

New Borns

Review:Sinkane-Life & Livin' It

Multi-instrumentalist Ahmed Gallab, aka Sinkane‘s 6th album, Life & Livin’ It, is a bittersweet affair. The slick, ultra modern production sits at odds with lyrics which often fizz with self -doubt and introspection. 138 more words

Lorna Irvine