Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. These Dark Days // Trevor Sensor Force of Nature // Soleima I Thought I Saw You Last Night // Ellie Bleach Broke // Akina Adderley Ashes // Tender Central (ft. Matthew And The Atlas) Listen // Banji Oh Oh My MY // Coco Reilly Headstart // Jade Bird Regimental Sgt. Zippo // Elton John See You Soon // Matt Sucich Bad Love // Frankie Lee Beggar // Jafaris Panic // REYKO Curtains // Wake Low
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Another fantastic month of new music, and it was quite a feat just to get this down to 40 songs. Let us know what we missed, or what you like in the comments below.
Another great month of music, almost too much of it, to keep the format of 40 songs from the month I ended up pulling a few favorites. But there are some great songs in here, and I know I will continue to come back to this mixtape as the year goes along. I’ve had a ton of fun putting this together, and hope you enjoy.
Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. It Don’t Suit Me (Like Before) // John Moreland Pulled By The Weather // Valley Queen Thirteen Silver Dollars // Colter Wall Shine On Me // Dan Auerbach This Old Dog // Mac DeMarco The Money Gets Bigger // Trevor Sensor Enough // Winstons Sugar for the Pill // Slowdive You’ve Got A Woman (Lion Cover) // Whitney
Each year, as winter bares it’s teeth toward the end of it’s reign in New England—here’s hoping I haven’t just cursed us—I find myself gravitating to songs that will pull me through the last few weeks of cold and darkness. One of the releases doing that this year is Texas Girls and Jesus Christ from Trevor Sensor. The lead single and album namesake, feels much like the season change itself. “Texas Girls and Jesus Chris” starts off with a stark, cold feeling. Sparse instrumentation, Dylan-esque lyrics and vocals reminiscent of Kristian Matsson (A.K.A. The Tallest Man On Earth) quickly grab you by…
From out of the winter cold comes a single from 22-year-old Jagjaguwar artist Trevor Sensor that should warm you from the cockles of your heart on through to the toes in your shoes. Many MS followers will likely make an immediate connection to the Tallest Man On Earth when they hear the Illinois native sing the first words to the single off of his debut EP (which is of the same name and dropping March 25th,) but that, my friends is not a bad thing, especially given that Kristian is now exploring variations to extremely captivating and popular approach. A notable…