Transmissions from the psychedelic cocoon. Another hour of the most interesting new music that March 2021 has to offer.
To make your ongoing pandemic winter hibernation more pleasant, I’ve gathered another hour’s worth of tasty musical morsels new and old.
For those times when nothing changes on New Year’s Day, it’s Gray Days and Gold to the… well, not rescue, but you know what we mean.
25 releases that exemplify why Gray Days and Gold exists: superlative music mostly overlooked by the music press powers that be.
The December 2020 edition of Gray Days and Gold is a wintry mix packed with treats to surprise and delight.
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 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.