It’s officially summer which means windows down and music turned up so when a album review reads, “The sunny-yet-contemplative sounds showcases Jazz’s clear penchant for sunset-ready scorchers that could easily soundtrack any top-down drive to the coast.” I have to give it a listen. Like fun new music to groove to? Simply subscribe to this blog and we’ll email you our latest and greatest music finds.
With our 18th wedding anniversary right around the corner, this chorus jumped out at me and before I knew it, I was singing to this happy little hippy tune. Even though this song is fairly flowery, it does remind me that I’m pretty lucky to have a guy that knows a thing or two about real love. I’m not so sure if we could be going on 17 years of working together if .
I’m squeezing in one last summery song before this August ends and am hoping to have a few days that feel like I really do have all the time in the world when I head over to South Haven next week. Take a listen… A review reads, “Bahamas Is Afie is a triumph in soulful, roots music, and instead of just trying to sound old-timey, the record is full of personality. It .
How is the first week of August gone already?! This summer is moving too fast so we are going to try to make it last with another roll down the window tune from WILD. Take a listen… Like fun new music to groove to? Simply subscribe to this blog and we’ll email you our latest and greatest music finds.
I found another dreamy acoustic song for your summer playlist. With a title like Shine, this song was destined to end up finding it’s way to my ears. Are review reads, ” Last Smoke Before the Snowstorm is a charming if resolutely old-fashioned record that — despite its title — sounds tailor-made for hazy late summer nights.” Take a listen here… Like fun new music to groove to? Simply subscribe to this blog and we’ll email you our .
Now that we’re in the official season of summer, I’m always on the hunt for some fresh tunes to add to my playlist for road tripping. I was delighted to have stumbled upon Charles William because his whole album is full of sweet summery songs with great messages but here are a few of my favs…
This dreamy tune drew me in after the first 10 seconds. I was happy to find out this talent is from our own great state however I did cringe a bit when I realized he was born the year I graduated high school. (am I really that old?!) Take a listen… A review reads, ” Opening track ‘10,000 Emerald Pools’ takes it slow, easing the listener into a state of vague delight with .
Looking back at my past music posts, it does seem that I’m drawn to beachyesque tunes this time of year. It must be my subconscious needs to take a mental vacation to someplace warm and sunny. Lucky for me bands like Day Wave do a great job of setting up the summer scene. A review reads, “Ahead of his anticipated release, Day Wave’s Jackson Phillips has been hiding away and honing his sound in the breezy, .
Since I was headed to West Michigan to soak in the last bit of summer this week, I was looking to add a few new tunes to my road trip play list and this little groove made the cut. A review reads, “Given Bayston’s previous output, it’s no surprise that his self titled Boxed In album is a textural pick ’n’ mix of Technicolor piano powered by an ear for quirky pop and sticky sweet earworms. .
These hipsters from Brooklyn have me hooked on their hypnotic tune, Careful You and I can’t get the catchy chorus out of my head. Take a listen and see if you start singing – “Don’t know How I feel What’s the deal? Is it real? When’s it gonna go down? Can we talk? Can we not? Well I’m here Won’t you tell me right now? And I’ll care for you Oh, careful you Don’t know Should we stay? Should we go? Should we back it .