It’s another hour of new discoveries and old favorites in the usual blend of orchestral pop, dreamy psychedelia and unique singer-songwriters, seasoned with more than one allusion to falling leaves and the onset of winter.
The pop music equivalent of a pile of burning leaves in the back yard, glowing warmly and beckoning you to get cozy.
The young Chicago-based artist talks about his debut album Wreath, staying centered in troubling times, and what he’s learned from grief.
The skies are an incorrect color and you’re right to be concerned. That means it’s time to take a deep breath and refresh with an hour of music that’s beginning to sound like sweater weather. Plus, an interview with The Carmelittles.
Dishing up another hour of songs that sound the way August feels: heavy, humid and hazy; lush, languid and lazy.
I’m afraid this episode is ‘off-brand,’ because the events of May and June 2020 have overwhelmed my desire to use music to chill us all out.
Existential threat lunges from every headline, but Gray Days and Gold is here to whisk you away to a lovelier place for another hour of maximum melody and moderate melancholy.