Music Monday: January 13, 2014
This week, our favorite tunes include anthemic pop and some always appreciated saxophone. Check out our other faves below. —Corbin
A Sunny Day In Glasgow - In Love With Useless (The Timeless Geometry In The Tradition Of Passing)
This is a tune. In the beginning you may be wondering if your speakers, and/or internet connecting is timing out, but don't be alarmed. It's just the awesomeness of A Sunny Day In Glasgow. This is a feel-good, lo-fi tune, the kind of track that really makes spring seem right around the corner.
The title of this track may have been adapted from that time a dude in a Batman costume climbed onto Buckingham Palace. But however it came to be, this track is great, and the vocal is very reminiscent of Washed Out. The stuttered hi-hats in this are great, too. Overall, an awesome tune, which shows why it's going to be a single from the full-length White Rainbow has coming in February.
Wonderful anthemic pop tune here from Misun. This track is great, because it perfectly melds acoustic instruments and computer-made music. Solid anthem here.
Not much to say about this one. Turn it up really loud. Starrrr st starrrr starrrsss.
Killer deep house track here with some perfectly placed saxophone throughout. And bonus, it reminds me of the Joe Hertz track Music Monday saw a couple weeks ago.