Gray Days and Gold February 2021

Hello, friends. A handful of vaccinated acquaintances and injudiciously-sprouting bulbs aside, we’re still deep in the throes of the pandemic winter. To make your ongoing hibernation more pleasant, I’ve been scratching at the frozen earth and gathered another hour’s worth of tasty musical morsels new and old that sound the way February 2021 feels.

You can listen to this episode via the embedded player just below in this post—if you don’t see it, try turning off your ad-blocker then reloading the page—or on the Mixcloud website, via the Mixcloud mobile app, on your Sonos system, etc.

There’s also a woefully incomplete iteration of this episode’s playlist on Spotify (minus my commentary, as well as many songs that are missing from their library).

Gray Days and Gold, February 2021

  1. Ghostwriter, “Winter, Remind Us (I)” (2021) • BUY
  2. Forever Overhead, “Spring Sparkles” (2021) • BUY
  3. Inna Pivars & The Histriones, “За стеной блуждающих снов” (2020) • BUY
  4. Stefani Bondari, “The Well” (2020) • BUY
  5. Crowey, “Drag Me Under” (2020) • BUY
  6. Those Damn Eyes, “As Is Said In Psychology” (2018) • BUY
  7. Zach Silva, “Too Long” (2021) • BUY
  8. William Susman, “Seven Scenes for Four Flutes / Zydeco Madness (excerpts)” (2021) • BUY
  9. Nicholas Krgovich & Friends, “Plants” (2020) • BUY
  10. Yasmin Williams, “Juvenescence” (2021) • BUY
  11. Stereolab, “B.U.A. (Burnt Umber Assembly)” (1998) • BUY
  12. Life On Earth!, “There & Then” (2009) • BUY
  13. Hands of the Heron, “Take Me Outside” (2021) • BUY
  14. Lost Horizons, “Circle” (2021) • BUY
  15. Steve Ashley, “Candlemas Carol” (1974) • BUY

As always, thanks for listening. If you have questions, suggestions, etc. please feel free to contact me. And if you’d like to receive these posts via email, you can sign up for my newsletter here. Take care.

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