When the British duo, Sylas, first released Hollow I thought I would never turn the repeat function off. Since releasing their second track, Shore, I now rotate between the two. Their first two tracks… Continue reading
This post is going to be a little different from my others. In fact, I think this is the first of its kind here on Some Kind of Music Blog. Instead of reviewing,… Continue reading
HNNY’s beautiful remix of Flight Facilities‘ Two Bodies is exactly what the doctor prescribed for this somewhat gloomy Vancouver day. I’ve been listening to this with eyes closed, imagining myself floating over a beautifully serene landscape,… Continue reading
The autumn sun’s rays gently peek in; I feel them warming my bare legs while I am stirred awake by tender nuzzles. I open one eye, stretch, and roll over, smelling clean sheets… Continue reading
These smooth, caramelly instrumentals are precisely why I adore Sundays. Cali-based Freddie Joachim delivers my morning latte with elements of jazz, soul, and hip hop in his recently released 6-track EP, Leaves.
Toronto’s Rainer & Grimm bring the vibes with this tasty remix of Majid Jordan’s A Place Like This. A good friend of mine sent me this song a few days ago and I have been… Continue reading
We are proud to be a part of The Vancouver Art and Leisure Society, an artist-run society headed by Matt Troy presenting art and leisure in unconventional spaces and ways. We are hoping to… Continue reading
DECIBEL FESTIVAL What do acts like Lee Foss, Sabota, Max Cooper, Kode 9 and Alessandro Cortini all have in common? They are a few among the wide array of artists that we are counting down the… Continue reading