Now Playing / New Maths Time Joy (!!!)

[ Maths Time Joy – Castles ft. Tabanca ]

I’ll always have a strange soft spot for Maths Time Joy… I’m so happy to see he’s making new music, this song is off of his latest EP, Sanctuary, which is only a couple weeks old. I genuinely recommend checking out his new EP, you can tell from the tracks that he’s put hard work into it. It’s worth the listen, by all means.

You can out one of my older favorites here.

Running With Scissors Through a Theory of Strings


[ E• Noon – Cashville ]

Thanks to Cold Fingers (I’ve posted them a couple times before, definitely give ’em a listen), I found E• Noon. From what I can tell these guys are brand new. This is the only song of them that I know and it was only posted a day ago. I can easily see where their sound overlaps with that of Cold Fingers. The two have a lot of commonalities, though E• Noon appears to be more rap-based. The listening is easy and the lyrics are poetic, if you listen closely. Hopefully, you’ll dig this brand new gem, and if we’re lucky, we’ll get to hear more of the mysterious E• Noon in the days to come.

Foreign Fields : The River Kings

I don’t know if any of you recall, but I posted the entirety of Foreign Fields’ album on here a couple months ago. The whole album is wonderfully done and a super easy listen, start to finish. What I love most about their work (and what I feel a lot of listeners may breeze past) is the way that every song builds. Each song starts off pretty slow and it’s not until about 3/4 of the way through that the song’s potential is typically fully reached.

This track is one of my favorites off of the album, but originally was not the case. I thought it was too slow and therefore I didn’t give it a full listen. But once I heard the whole song I realized that that is what makes this track so dang good.

I know this video isn’t new, but I just stumbled upon it the other day and almost laughed at how perfectly it correlated to what I expected the music video for this song to be. It also in a way reminds me of the movie The Kings of Summer, and perhaps that’s why I’m so fond of this video.

Anyway, I hope that you’re able to put your impatience aside, and enjoy one of my favorites by Foreign Fields.

The First Post

It’s taken me about 4 hours to get all this sorted out, but here I am! I’m new to this blogging deal, so bear with me for a bit. I’ve got a lot of music I want to share with you guys, and I will try to organize it in the best way possible, but I can make absolutely no promises that that will happen. Anyway, I hope you like what I have got to share, and if there is anything you would like to share with me, music or comments, don’t hesitate! (see “About” page for contact info)