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SOHN :: Playlist 1

Recently SOHN shared a collection on Spotify of some of his favorite artists called Playlist #1. Many of the chosen tracks are from his well-done BBC Radio 1 Residency. Visit the playlist here. “For all of you missing my BBC Radio 1 Residency show, I decided to make a Spotify playlist for you all which will continuously expand… […]

songs of the week #101

sometimes it’s the way music comes in. the bass, the groove, the movement that seduces you into moving and wanting to repeat a song over and over again. and sometimes, it’s the way words can simply turn you on. art by douglas hale +++ majid jordan it’s a difficult place when it gets like this, uh huh jessie ware when your […]

LISTN Headphones Review

Today most headphones are encased in plastic and metal, however Californians Joe Huff and Bridget Hilton of LA company LSTN Headphones believe that those materials simply don’t support the quality of sound. Together they have designed a line of wood-encased vintage-inspired audio headphones that offer the perfect set of acoustic tones for the true audiophile. […]

David August :: Her Myth

There’s something very easy to fall in love with each time you hear something new that David August creates. It’s as if you get easily transfixed. His latest ambient track Her Myth shows an elegant and familiar story-like quality dressed in solid percussion backed by proper emotionally instrumental buildups that with each beat brings in another flawless texture. […]

Interview :: SCOTT MELKER

DJ, Producer, and Performer Scott Melker knows how to create a unique feeling within his work. Based in New York City, his passion has always revolved around music especially remixing classic popular songs with other random song pairings that fit just right, and magically turning them into his own renditions. Scott Melker A.K.A. The Melker Project has played […]

say nothing. do everything.

The beautiful winter… and a random collection of a few particular songs that I can’t seem to stop listening to. YUNG LEAN :: Kyoto Prod. Yung Gud YUNG LEAN provides the perfect hip hop anthem for the year. +++ AUTRE NE VEUT :: Counting AUTRE NE VEUT’s Counting carries an addictive chorus that will linger in your […]

royksopp – the inevitable end

  towards the end of last year, royksopp bittersweetly shared their final physical album called “the inevitable end and released it with this statement: “We feel like this is a goodbye to the traditional album format, In our consecutive run of albums, we have been able to say what we want to say and do what we […]

purity ring – another eternity

canadian electronic music duo purity ring will release their sophomore album ‘another eternity’ on march 3rd, 2015. following up from their brilliant 2012 debut album shrines, megan james and corin roddick take a slight departure byShow More Summary

december rundown

“May your coming year be filled with magic & dreams and good madness. I hope you read some fine books and kiss someone who thinks you’re wonderful, and don’t forget to makes some art – write or draw or build or sing or live as only you can. And I hope somewhere in the next […]

Catching Flies + Quiet Nights

Catching Flies – Quiet Nights Sometimes everything can feel right with a hint of piano. The way these keys seem to dance around the melody provide a gentle moment to the overall acoustic vibe of the song. It’s almost as if this was made specifically for staring out the window on a sunny day or daydreaming to […]

Introducing: Loston

australian producer loston creates painfully beautiful reworks.  he has an ability to take the most meaningful pieces from a song by repeating the structure until it causes a true emotion. by skillfully looping chosen lyrics and signatures into a dream-like phase, his remixes provide moments of chill ambience that always build up into a trap infected […]

you’re just a hideaway, you’re just a feeling

Originally a member of the Navy reserves in Alberta Canada, musician Kiesza focused her passion on becoming a dancer, singer, and multi-instrumentalist. By the gift of a scholarship, Kiesza attended Berklee School of Music in Boston to polish up her original style of folk singing. In 2010 she moved to the always inspiring New York […]

Lapsley :: Falling Short

XL Recordings, home to the xx and Adele, recently signed eighteen year old Holly Fletcher A.K.A. Låpsley. She has been featured here on musicisart in the past as a favorite because the true intimacy of her songwriting showcases a woman wise beyond her years.  Her debut upcoming Understudy EP is set for release on January 5th […]

Leon Bridges :: Coming Home

Sometimes a song stays with you until its all you want to listen to. In the case of the smooth r&b tones of Leon Bridges, his voice is so instantly warm and addictive that it will bring you back to the days of soul legends like Sam Cooke. Recommended by the great Gorilla Vs Bear […]

Bonobo :: Flashlight

“Flashlight” is the first track on Bonobo’s forthcoming 3 song EP of the same name, scheduled to be released December 1st via Ninja Tune. The warm and organic track may seem familiar to those who enjoyed Bonobo’s recent Boiler Room DJ Set as a sample of it was shared. Bonus: Shazam users may download the mp3 […]

Between Friends Mixtape

+++ Flying Lotus – between friends instrumental/// thunder cat version +++ Maribou State – Hollow Grove Feat. Nubiya Brandon +++ Drake Ft. Jhené Aiko – From Time (Atu & Sango Edit) +++ KR$CHN – Kylie 2.0 +++ Joy – Captured +++ Alina Baraz & Galimatias – Fantasy +++ Oscar Key Sung – All I Could […]

Mura Masa :: Soundtrack To A Death

Young UK producer Alex Crossan AKA Mura Masa will be releasing his forthcoming mixtape “Soundtrack to a Death” on November 17th. Made of futuristic beats and created to please those who prefer bass heavy music, Mura Masa experiments within the likes of Asian influences, taking the sounds of flutes, chimes, swift piano keys, saxophones, digital […]

BANKS :: Goddess :: Live Boston Review

LA Songstress Jillian BANKS has dominated the music blog scene for the last two years quickly rising to be considered an artist to watch. Her inspirational background is an open story that revolves around her own depression that started in her teenage years surrounding her parents divorce. Struggling throughout those years, BANKS grew a fascination for and […]

Schoolboy Q & Kendrick Lamar – Blessed (Nightizm Remix)

Toronto producer Nightizm released a chilled out remix of hip hop’s Schoolboy Q and Kendrick Lamar’s intensely emotional song “Blessed”. Schoolboy Q & Kendrick Lamar – Blessed (Nightizm Remix)

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