Happy Sunday, folks. I hope you’ve had a good week and are looking forward to a new one coming up … Whatever plans you have set for this week, tackle the week in the right way with some of our > …
BEST PICKS OF THE WEEK.
Led by unfounded multi-instrumentalists, Metronomy are smouldering at the thought of creating such an ambient soundscape in a universe of tailcoat dreams and swirly mountaintops. By jove, the thought-process has paid off.
Globally acclaimed, lo-fi dance charting escapism is a joy to listen to, and is no way lethargic in any sense of the word. A perfect backdrop to either working or commuting – this is Wilkinson’s Cognition.
Bubblegum pop in the highest regard, English singer-songwriter, Louise Allen – known professionally within the alias of Foxes – is on track for a marathon career of pop propulsion and stardom. Known more for her debut, GLORIOUS, this a relaxed rendition to the songwriters’ work and is a perfect kick-starter for those particularly difficult mornings …
Previously mentioned on here with a whole review of their own, AURORA is still on my radar with consistent listenings throughout.
Perfect ambience fit for those damp forest trails, The Gods We Touch is another beauty from the Norwegian singer-songstar. Worth a listen, at least twenty times.
Khalid’s Scenic Drive speaks for itself on this list. Indulgent and chill, it paves the way in Khalid’s temperament with a down-to-earth perspective on writing future material. Although not as emphatically catchy and sleek as his pivotal turning point of American Teen in 2017, it’s a nice change to the mix and sets the R’n’B headliner as a more diverse talent in the works.
Grab a few of these songs and more in a specially-made playlist below:-