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February 2023 Mixtape

This month’s mix features a wandering collection of jazz, indie and electronic. Look out for new singles from Floating Points, Four Tet, Session Victim, Gillian Moss, Clive From Accounts, Bentley, Nia Archives, and Leon Vynehall. Only one video from this month’s mix: the fantastic animated joint for “Take A Trip” by Brijean. Check out…


Some dreamy psych rock to get you through the winter months

Last year in June we featured the summer sounds of LA-based producer, Kowloon. This month he’s back with a brand new single called “This Dream” that explores the winter side of his music. As you can probably imagine by the…

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Lucy Dacus is pictured on stage, flanked by her band, at The Palace Theatre in Calgary Alberta. Behind her, screens displayed her "Home Video Tour" VHS logo can be seen. She is holding her guitar and singing.

The kids will be alright: Lucy Dacus and Haley Heynderickx live in Calgary

Dacus’ voice acts as a salve to the fresh wounds of youth, steady and low, soothing the raging storms both inside and out. Her band rises and falls between garage-rock fuzz and quiet intimate moments. Effortlessly connecting with her audience through sing-a-longs and whimsical banter, Dacus shifts from rockstar to bunk-bed BFF with the flick of a chord change.

“Music for Fifteen Emails” —– A new album inspired by the empty streets of coronavirus-stricken New York City

For the album, Hewitt set out to document his experience of lockdown in New York City. As New York became more and more deserted, he went out with a field recorder to report how the sounds of the city changed. And while the premise was rooted in documenting the present, the project was very heavily influenced by the minimalist Japanese kankyō ongaku movement from the 1980s.

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