- Sound Stand tracks good music of whatever genre. If you want to broaden your aural horizons, this is a good place to start.
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Category Archives: Music
Today’s song of the day is by Weekendtheband from Brooklyn NYC. The song is called Sirens:
I LOVE HeR VOICE. Selah Sue. I have just come accross her on Ear Plugs Not Included and her voice is just incredible. The genre is pop, funk, reggae. She is from a little town in Belgium. This is Raggamuffin’. … Continue reading
Shades – Morning After
& It was U is a preview from How To Dress Well’s second record – Total Loss. So relieved to hear something so simple and so uncomplicated by excessive electronic beats. Tom Krell’s voice has a striking gospel quality to it, … Continue reading
It is no secret that I am a huge fan of both La Blogotheque and Electric Guest. So, when I saw that they had collaborated on A Soiree de Poche together… I almost fell off my chair. It is such … Continue reading
Lucy Rose, whose popularity is mounting, has contributed vocals for Bombay Bicycle Club tracks, is this week’s Monday Mädel. From Warwickshire in the UK, she was born in 1989. Spoiler alert: most importantly, she is fantastic. Here is a great … Continue reading
David Alexander from Malmö, Sweden is Summer Heart. His track I wanna go is this week’s belated Thursday Chillax Anthem. Enjoy!
Sorry for the lack of writing recently folks, have been so snowed under with work, flat hunt and general boring life stuff… I will strive to do better. Enjoy this: True Thrush by Dan Deacon (american composer)
James Blake has been creeping under my skin for a while now.. in a good way. I remember a year or two ago when everyone was talking about him.. and I kind of missed that whole wave of enthusiasm. But … Continue reading
Today’s song of the Day is How to Disappear by Thomas Azier: