Tag: dream wave

The Matinee ’18 November 27th – Part 1

The Matinee ’18 November 27th – Part 1

The Matinee ’18 November 27th – Part 1 features mostly uplifting tunes, many of which belong on the big screen or should be heard in an arena. There is a wide range of genres, so there should be something for everyone. Once you’ve finished listening to these seven songs, check out Part 2 for another lucky 7 tracks. That mini-playlist […]

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Still Corners – ‘Slow Air’ (album review)

Still Corners – ‘Slow Air’ (album review)

Slow Air by Still Corners Through three albums spanning more than a decade, producer Greg Hughes and vocalist Tessa Murray have turned their project Still Corners into a mini-cult. Lush soundscapes, dreamy tones, and heavenly vocals have characterized every full-length, extended player, and single. They, in other words, are masters of making listeners feel like they’re traveling alone on an […]

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The Matinee August 11th

The Matinee August 11th

The nine songs on The Matinee August 11th edition will leave you buzzing. Well, they left us buzzing. There are some shimmering and grooving indie pop tunes, euphoric electro-pop numbers, and moving indie-rock tunes. Oh, there is also some great psychedelia because no weekend is complete without music that leaves you in a delirium. To the songs we go!!! (Oh, […]

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MAU’s majestic single “Castle”

MAU’s majestic single “Castle”

  In the fall of 2014, Lisbon-based composer, songwriter, and musician Luis F. de Sousa – who goes by the moniker MAU – released his new album, Safari Entrepreneur. It was a combination of electronic, ambient, and rock that he called “dream wave”. It was melodic and hypnotic. Last week, MAU released a new single that was a departure from his last album. “Castle” is […]

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