…. again, I’m totally sedated by the Sunday mood! Around here, there’s nothing much going on Sundays. The surrounding nature environment naturally encourage myself to listen, and write about slow and warm beats. For today’s Sunday I put together a collection of sounds I’ve been hearing a lot lately. As usual we always try to bring new artists with fresh ideas with a different musical concept. Make sure to listen carefully all pieces below, and feel free to share and support your favorite sounds. Enjoy…
“Do not let Sunday be taken from you. If your soul has no Sunday, it becomes an orphan.” by Albert Schweitzer
We’re starting our Holy set with a monumental production titled “Staying” from South Carolina’s producer Jordan Montfleury-Sudak, aka Koda. “Staying” is a breathtaking and emotional piece with a stunning and elegant laidback guitar, which instantly conquered our heart. The vocal arrangement sounds truly proper, and works very well together with the general feeling of the piece. Mesmerizing….
We’ve been following for quite some time now the experimental Boston-based producer Diego Chavez, aka Aether. He’s quite known inside the scene, but the truth is that we never had the chance to introduce him properly. A couple days go he dropped an interesting piece titled “Lost at Sea,” which gives the idea it is being played live. More you listen to it, more you’re going to find yourself lost between those very well designed off tempo beats. Lovely stuff!
Not so long ago, we have featured a beautiful single titled “Little Things” from Melbourne producer Kindred. A couple days ago he dropped a brand new one called “Glimmer.” We didn’t resist it, and we had to share! Again, we’re being gifted with a dreamy and positive piece. Truly magical!
I’m fairly impressed by the productions skills of the 19 year old producer XED. I accidentally came across his Soundcloud account a couple days ago, and I’m really enjoying the single “Shai’s Anthem.” If you’re feeling the tune, make sure to check all the rest of his music, because you might fall in love as well!
I’ve been keeping almost as a secret this little 2min piece titled “Go Slow” from San Francisco producer Quincy Kyle. After repeating it more than 100 times, I’ve decided to share it with you. Again, I don’t know how I found the track and the producer, but I can’t stop visiting his soundcloud account!