Monthly Archives: August 2021
Cute and folksy but has some edge to it. Gives me Weezer vibes (in a good way) w/ a pretty typical vocal sound. Enjoyable.
Kind of in the outsider vein, vocally speaking. Funky, warbley instrumental as well. Fans of Bjork and Joanna Newsom will enjoy.
Indie darling of the great Vampire Weekend. What’s not to dig. Really nice production on this one – vaguely lofi.
From promoter: “Some bands break up when members move across the country. Other times people embrace the distance. Theory Of Why is a cross country project that brings together two musicians who now live two thousand miles apart. The breathy guitar playing and the driving bass of Anton Kropp’s instrumentation and the ethereal, yet hopeful, […]
Cool, crunchy music that’s got that HAZE. Check it out.
Works for viola & piano, originals & transcriptions–lovely!
Modern works transcribed for clarinet & percussion–all different.
Romantic, modern, keening solo violin.
Nice collection of works for double bass, varied, classical to modern. Play!
Improvisations/compositions for multi-stringed specialty guitar and bass clarinet.
Minimalist, lyrical, repetitive piano works with violin.
Lovely collection of works for solo cello or w/ accompaniment. Play!
Modern/contemporary, abstract works for a wide variety of instruments. Play!
Contemporary reed quintet works. Very nice! Play!
Milos Karadaglic performs these contemporary guitar concertos with several orchestras, mostly lyrical.
As the title describes, ambient, droning computer pieces with lyricism.
Varied, contemporary works for horns and piano by Peter Seabourne & Robin Holloway. Lyrical or not.
Works for violin & orchestra by Muhly and Glass–minimalist violin.
Works from early 1900’s forward from composers worldwide, varied, nice!
Lovely collection of modern guitar works, w/ accompaniment, play all!
Lovely collection of modern mandolin and guitar works. Play!
Solo piano pieces by women composers, from classical era forward. Play!
Choral works, slow, churchly.
Abstract works for clarinet + accompaniment, play most!
Burlington’s Lillian Seibert blends bedroom-pop and neo-soul on her debut EP, co-produced by VT hip-hop veteran Jarv. Seibert softly intones her lyrics about romance and heartbreak over gentle guitar and Jarv’s funky drum loops. (Also consider airing her ethereal, jazzy, timeless-sounding single “Spring” from earlier this year!) Track Picks: 1, 3, “Spring” FCC: 2, 4 […]