One part melodic beats from Episode, one part vulnerably honest lyrics and vocals from Stefan Weiner. One great song. Episode has said that this is a part of a project on “finding a balance between accepting and determining your own reality.” I can’t wait for more!
Breakfast Club anyone? Love The Wind and the Wave‘s folk spin on this classic.
Hailing from Florida, this country folk duo settled down in Nashville to bring us this lovely sound:
Of the Night is a dark, dance-infused loop of heavy beats. A song that fits in a party scene as much as a murder scene: just watch their recently premiered video. I love to see music videos with such well directed concepts: story lines that create a new perspective of the song instead of stealing attention from it. Listen and watch to the haunting pop of Bastille above.
Spellbinding, mesmerizing: these are the words that come to mind when watching this beautiful performance by Sarah Jarosz recorded by Mason Jar Music. The simple stirring of dust, catching the light that’s cascading through the windows, creates a dreamy suspended atmosphere, pulling the physical performance into the realm of the song.
If someone had told me about this remix before I heard it, I wouldn’t have listened. Remix? A Simon and Garfunkel song? THE SOUND OF SILENCE? No way. And yet… way. It has a great ebb and flow that doesn’t swallow the original song. Just give it a go: