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Tag: 2015

Song Of The Day: His Name Is Alive, “How Ghosts Affect Relationships”

Taken from the release Black Wings.

The Mavericks: All Night Live, Volume 1 (Mono Mundo Recordings)

It’s a bold move to be a veteran band with a two decades-long reputation of being a helluva live band to release a live album of strictly new songs, but Raul Malo’s long-running band The Mavericks has done just that. But don’t worry, these new songs have quickly earned their place among the band’s classic material.

Jimmy Somerville: Live And Acoustic At Stella Polaris (SFE/Cherry Red)

It might seem unusual for a man who specializes in dance music to perform acoustically, but the setting provides the opportunity to highlight Jimmy Somerville’s greatest asset: his amazingly natural falsetto. This album captures that moment, in a brief but highly enjoyable performance.

Twilight Music: Stephen W. Tayler, “At The Edge of Light” (A Recoup Exclusive)

We are pleased to debut “At The Edge Of Light,” a song from veteran producer Stephen W. Tayler’s gorgeous new ambient work, Ostinato. Enjoy!

Twilight Music: Mercury Rev, “Are You Ready?” (2015)

We once again evoke the right to break our fundamental rule and present to you a track from another album that is slated to be one nominated as one of the year’s best.

Twilight Music: Kamasi Washington “Clair de Lune” (2015)

Another helping of gorgeously unclassifiable music from Kamasi Washington’s amazing debut album, The Epic.

3AM Eternal: Deerhunter “Snakeskin” (2015)

Once again we invoke the power to go contemporary, and this time, it’s the impressive new single from a band we’ve always been impressed by.

3AM Eternal: Kamasi Washington “Re Run Home” (2015)

One of the best tracks from what is easily one of the best albums of the year, Kamasi Washington’s epic debut The Epic is a massive journey into space jazz.

Every Other Summer (TrixieFilm/dBpm)

Every Other Summer is a documentary film of the Wilco-curated Solid Sound Festival, and this film about the 2013 edition highlights what makes this a different kind of festival experience.