Month: July 2019

DISCRETE – “IN MY ROOM”

“A lone construction surveyor navigates the mysterious lower level of a soon-to-be demolished building. Burdened with the task of mapping the infrastructure’s ancient network of utility lines and deteriorating foundation, he descends deeper into paranoia as his measurements begin contradicting his findings.” I love the way this video portrays the collapsing of inner space of …

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SINGLES CRUISE 07.22.19

CHARLIE STRANGE – “I FOLLOW” Centered around building and repeating vocal lines of unrequited searching, the London-based Charlie Strange’s reverb-drenched compositions filters the gauzy minimalism of Grouper through the ambitious dream-pop of Beach House’s quiet grandeur. Looped vocal lines, resonant piano and swirling guitar lines find purchase when they converge into each other, creating a …

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MEANLIFE – “BAD VIBES IN THE WOMB”

This Toronto project have created, in this video montage, a staggering tribute to a cursed life with all the resplendent chance and unintentional beauty of the one-and-a-million chance of being born. The track itself is elegiac. Smooth af saxophone creating an elegy for all chance unions and connections never made, cells unsplit, eggs unfertilized, spent …

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