12 Search Results for Tag: melancholy

Ibiza Melancholy

Melancholy with some brightness, abstraction and melody, featuring artists like: The Cure, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Crystal Castles, The Cameleons, Cocteau Twins, Desire, Yo la tengo, HVOB

Gigi Masin – Fata Morgana

Talk To The Sea.

Sad Songs for Joyful Summers

How sad and beautifully melancholic songs make you feel better… – featuring artists like Tame Impala • M83 • Circa Waves • MGMT • The 1975 • The Neighborhood • The Avalanches • Saint Mars

A Deep Regret…

A confession, an apology and a painful lesson learned… – featuring artists like Tame Impala • Queens Of The Stone Age • A-ha • The Heads • The Smithereens • Sting • Level 42 • Thompson Twins

This Is A Low-Blur

This is a lowBut it won’t hurt youWhen you’re aloneIt will be there with you This song isn’t actually about depression. It was inspired by a handkerchief that Blur bassist Alex Jones gave to lead singer Damon Albarn. The handkerchief had a map of British shipping lanes printed on it, along with corresponding weather reports…. View Article

Mad World – Gary Jules w/ Michael Andrews

All around me are familiar faces Worn out places, worn out faces Bright and early for the daily races Going nowhere, going nowhere…

Organic Vibes

Organic unexpected vibes from all over the world – featuring artists like Baden Powell • Monica Salmaso • Alain Péters • Fela Kuti • Anna Paes • Hamilton de Holanda • Luiz Bonfá • Quarteto Novo

Like I Want You – GIVĒON

On “Like I Want You,” GIVĒON experiences a classic case of heartbreak. On this silky smooth, soulful slow jam, he seeks to atone for broken love, desiring to reconcile with his ex.

Mercy – Anthony Hamilton

R&B singer/songwriter Anthony Hamilton, assisted by activist Tamika D. Mallory, seeks to empower and atone for the adversity, hardships, injustices, and many wrongs suffered by black men on “Mercy”.

Dissociation – Ajuni

“Dissociation,” the second career single by Indian singer/songwriter/pianist, Ajuni (Anupreet Kaur), is truly moving and thought-provoking. The artist characterizes the record as “a dark, stormy, dramatic ballad, and a melodic fusion of east and west.”