Words // Adam Sharp
It's (again) been entirely too long since I checked in around these parts, but I bring musical gifts as a peace offering. Going forward I'll be posting every week or so with music I've been listening to that I think you should check out, but today's post is all about catching you up on some unbelievable tunes I've stumbled upon lately. Here's some tunes I think you'll like. Enjoy.
Nick Waterhouse - "I Can Only Give You Everything"
This song has absolutely consumed me lately with its catchy, energetic throwback R&B, showing up in every playlist I make and finding itself being the first song I link someone to when they ask what I'd recommend. (website)
Buxton - "Boy of Nine"
Another song that has continually shown up in my daily listening, 'Boy of Nine' is a jam full of mandolins and good vibes, the type that's going to show up on oodles spring mixes in a few months (including, most likely, mine). (website)
'Hurricane' is a cold, slow building song made for the end of one year and the start of another, full of themes and confessions that come out during late night conversations on long, cold winter nights and an underlying redemptive spirit that sounds absolutely perfect as a new year begins. (website)
It's obviously early, but this tune, built on an addicting, flimsy bass line and some strong percussion, is the current leader in the clubhouse for 'Catchiest Rock Song of 2012.' (website)
Noah Gundersen - "Ledges" (Live at The Big House)
I have been enamored with the beautifully dark music of Noah Gundersen lately, the honest, cutting lyrics hitting a chord within me like few others currently are. (website)
The Record Company - "Don't Let Me Get Lonely"
This is the type of ramshackle, bluesy number that is part of the soundtrack to a night of bad decisions. (website)