(Sunday Salad #16)

Follow-ups, flashbacks, rarities & oddities

Sunday SaladFirst, who are these Sr. Sly guys? The voice sounds familiar..

We stay up-tempo with Mesita. The fine details of the soundscape change constantly as if being subject to quantum mechanics.

Years and Years creates a strange but appealing hybrid of The xx’s bedroom pop, RnB and indie rock. (via Indie Is Not A Genre)

Derek Clegg marries weird synth to banjo, and it’s a happy couple.

I’m a big fan of Peter Gabriel-era Genesis, so I’m always happy when I hear somebody building on their stylistic achievements. I don’t know if he’s aware of it, but Talley Summerlin does it well.

It’s a waltz from Dublin by Peter Doran, who can tame storms with his voice, I imagine.

Finally, a very fresh track from my favorite lo-fi folk drunk (since Tom Waits), Philos Moore. And the birds.

2 Comments

  • September 2, 2012 - 9:44 pm | Permalink

    Grg Byny – many thanks for sharing my song “Queen’s Drone” with your listeners. Other than making more music and sending it your way, please let me know if there’s anything I can do for you to further say “much appreciated!” Keep spreading the goodness.

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