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Dreamstate - Heavy Chest

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Dreamstate - Heavy Chest

Consumed by a pensive energy, Heavy Chest revels in cumbersome introspection. With creations drenched in moody melancholy - Andre Smith, Josh Brown, Samuel Morgan, and Joe Sheppy form the sound of the warped dream that is our existence…

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Hurts Me Too - Faye Webster

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Hurts Me Too - Faye Webster

The manifestation of restless emotions is released within the slow stream of melodic tears on wounded skin. Here enters a voice which glides as delicately as a dragonfly along sun soaked water in its waltz with the wind. Much like the sounds of a brewing summer storm, she serenades with a brooding intensity…

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Nihilist Kite Flyer - Loving

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Nihilist Kite Flyer - Loving

The desire to deliver beautiful words and words that leave an imprint on the mind can often leave one in a paralyzing state of creative despair. Loving is a sound where the imprint is deep and words are soaked in life lived amongst the creative despair...

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Magick Love - Mae Powell

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Magick Love - Mae Powell

Sat atop a creaky old rooftop deck on a late May evening. San Francisco falls under a blanket of fog and lulls the city sounds to hum to a slower rhythm. Huddled humans speak in buzzed banter…

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Pretty Thing - Stello

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Pretty Thing - Stello

Stello mixes sounds of old and new like listening to hazy vinyl through a modern day record player. It is music with the power of transportation that allows you to wander amongst decades that can only be experienced through memories. The kind that have nestled nicely into the sounds of Stello…

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As The World Turns - Jessica Pratt

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As The World Turns - Jessica Pratt

There are voices that ground you into the vibrant microcosms of the earth and voices that float amongst the air after flying through spacey lungs. Voices that warm you with words baked in sunlight and voices with unpredictable power and simultaneous grace like wild water…

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Chill Out - Yoni Arbel

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Chill Out - Yoni Arbel

Welcome to the creators of YONI. Lush arrangements of instrumental and lyrical versatility embodies the divinity of their art in all of its most empowering pieces. What we don't understand intrigues us and at the core I think we all crave to understand why art - especially in the form of music - is so emotionally tethered to our roots. The diversity of their ensemble is sure to tingle your curious taste buds of the musical feast they have to offer…

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Damn - Nat Lefkoff

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Damn - Nat Lefkoff

The light air of spring is finally as warm as my morning tea, so naturally this feels like a good time to ponder the existence of self. Perhaps I can interest you in some spring cleaning of the mind, body and soul. For whatever it's worth, I think we are all destined to explore and question the boundaries of existentialism. The kind of stuff that makes you feel lost in what is unknown and overly consumed by what is…

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Nostalgic Montage - Salami Rose Joe Louis

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Nostalgic Montage - Salami Rose Joe Louis

The time we spend above the earth. The feeling of motionless suspension and yet bewildering speed propels us back and forth through time and space. A place where time appears to stand still - if exist at all. The space above the earth is vast, unknown, and transitional much like our existence…

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personova - Austenyo

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personova - Austenyo

This week of Music in Motion Month, I am all about those super duper groovy movey tunes that reminds us to be a bit more playful in our existence. Sometimes we need to feel lighter to get through the day and moving your body allows you to feel alive...

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Lake Song - Deja Blu

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Lake Song - Deja Blu

Feeling the mood in your surrounding atmosphere and curating a path of sounds that flows mindfully is where I really fell in love with sharing music. Whether it is a 10 minute drive or an 8 hour road trip, I am always creating a different experience every.single.time…

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River - Matrick Jones

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River - Matrick Jones

You know when you discover a new artist and immediately know you're going to have a long lustrous love affair with their music? This happened to me recently with Matrick Jones aka Matthew Bilić. Once again my aussie roots grow deeper into my musical garden as this funky fellow hails from Sydney, Australia. Here in the warm shadows I would lovingly like to introduce Matrick Jones, a beam of golden musical light…

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Society - Alice Phoebe Lou

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Society - Alice Phoebe Lou

Alice Phoebe Lou is the goosebumps tingling on your skin making absolutely sure you feel the depths of her words. Heavy truths wander through her airy melodies. She treads gracefully along the thin veil of authenticity we suppress through the universal understanding that “this is just the way life is”…

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Somewhere Else - Mesita

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Somewhere Else - Mesita

It’s finally a warm night and it is welcomed with deep gratitude. The air is pleasantly humid and light breath flows in and out of my body with gentle ease. A steamy tea brews beside me. Always. Headphones are snuggly set in each ear, eagerly awaiting to float amongst the waves of sound…

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Watching You - Charlotte Dos Santos

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Watching You - Charlotte Dos Santos

Empowering. Gentle. Melancholy. Sensual. Vocals that are sultry, soulful and eloquently woeful. A tune dripping and bursting with flavor reminiscent of biting into the first peach of summer. Versatility beyond comparison. Just a few words that might aid you in understanding the artistry of this eclectic, beautiful woman by the name of Charlotte Dos Santos…

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Special Moment - Post Animal

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Special Moment - Post Animal

What a time to be alive music lovers of the world! I had a profound moment of happiness in mindblowing proportions watching this group of snazzy fellows jam together recently in San Francisco. The band is composed of Dalton Allison, Jake Hirshland, Javi Reyes, Wesley Toledo, Matt Williams and Joe Keery (an inactive contributing member for the foreseeable future)…

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Never Answer - The Frightnrs

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Never Answer - The Frightnrs

The winter blues are such a real thing my friends. I was born and raised on a warm tropical island where the temperature would only enter a low of 59 degrees on occasion and the rain was warm and always inviting you to dance along with it. So on days where the cold begins entering the emotional veins, reggae is able to warm the mind and soul…

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Mombasa - Foreign/National

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Mombasa - Foreign/National

My aussie roots seem to be growing into fervent entanglement with some really snazzy australian artists. These roots have wrapped gently around the five-piece band known as Foreign/National. They have been a favorite of mine for quite awhile now and this track in particular keeps me groovin’ even when there is no groove left…

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