Monthly Archives: November 2021
Former Full Walrus bandleader Noah Kesey’s latest single is a shining slice of lo-fi indie-pop, with low-key reflective lyrics delivered over a backdrop of crunchy guitars and a drum track that sounds like a ‘90s video game (in a good way!) FCC: Clean RIYL: Deerhunter, Real Estate, Remi Russin, Lily Seabird, Hippo Campus
From the late 1800’s, Mexican songs performed by tenor voice + piano.
Saxophone + piano by contemporary Australian composers. Play!
Modern works for guitar quartet. Play!
Long, highly abstract but varied works for a wide variety of instruments, some with voice.
Turkish percussion + string quartet, mostly fast and intense.
Intense, droning strings, eerie, slow to dissonant.
All contemporary guitar pieces, some w/ mandolin and percussion. Play!
Solo piano pieces from Classical era onward, varied stylistically, play!
Fully improvised solo piano, recorded live in concert–jazz + classical.
Solo guitar works by modern or older South American composers–play!
By various composers, long, slow, minimalist solo piano pieces.
Chamber music for varied instruments, some quite nice!
Ambient piano + strings on some, title suggests content.
Romantic + Impressionistic, lyrical solo piano. Play!
Contemporary piano or strings, varied in intensity.
Works for classical guitar or electric guitar + orchestra. Excellent!
Solo cello or with piano, contemporary, nice!
Burlington indie R&B artist Guthrie Galileo remixes his 2017 ballad “Flowers” into a chopped-up, club-ready dance number for his latest single. FCC: Clean RIYL: Poolside, Kaytranada, Daft Punk, Fred again..
Highly varied examples of rhapsodies for solo piano, different musical eras, lots of emotion.
Works for flute & guitar from early 1800’s–lively and gracious.
Jazzy saxophone + piano, modern and fun!
Abstract etudes for solo piano. Play!
Abstract works, strings forward, all contemporary. Play!
Long, solo snare drum works, varied rhythmically, all contemporary.