For years the lore has been that Neil Diamond‘s 1969 song “Sweet Caroline” was an ode to the then young daughter of late president John F. Kennedy and his wife, Jacqueline. Nevertheless, in 2014, the singer revealed the truth behind the hit.
“The song was about his wife at the time — her name was Marsha — and he couldn’t get a ‘Marsha’ rhyme.” He needed a three-syllable name: Caroline! “Sweet Caroline” has since become a staple track.
Loraine James is a producer who uses a minimalist setup and unbound creativity, she utilises IDM glitch aesthetics with an improvisational, jazz-rooted spirit and a unique talent for integrating her diverse influences into cohesive and emotive pieces.
Loraine James released her new album Reflection last June and “Simple Stuff” her first single is minimal, drum-filled and ready for late night,
Five years on since the release of ‘Los Niños Sin Miedo’, Madrid’s The Parrots have announced that their brand new album ‘Dos’ will be arriving on 29th October, and they’re sharing the video for latest single ‘You Work All Day And Then You Die’ to celebrate.
Dos was conceived by Diego Garcia (guitar, vocals) and Alex de Lucas (bass) as a chance to showcase wider ambitions. That desire to expand the band’s sound led them to working with producer Tom Furse from The Horrors.
Yellow Days has shared a new song. “I’ll Be Loving You.” The track, is the lead-single the release of his LP A Day in A Yellow Beat. The song is accompanied by the-Giles Caha lane-directed video.
On his current musical direction, inspiration comes from a deep-dive into the ’70s: fusion-era works of Herbie Hancock and Quincy Jones, the funkier phases of Marvin Gaye and Curtis Mayfield, and the keyboard wizardry of Don Blackman.
Sleepy Gaucho’s discerning brand of Panamerican influenced folk music floats somewhat aimlessly in a realm of it’s own. Born in Wisconsin while also growing up some time in Argentina, the young multi-instrumentalist’s music can at times be melancholic, at others ethereal, but always agreeable.
The latest from Andy Goitia’s dream-pop project Sleepy Gaucho is EP “Sueños que Sobran,” It is a short collection of bilingual songs in Spanish and English. Conceived and recorded during quarantine, the EP feels like an appropriate escape, with songs centered around a dreamy and hazy nostalgia and embedded with surreal lyrics.
A new “Paradise Edit” remix of the Bee Gees 1977 pop and dancefloor staple “More Than A Woman” is now available by London-based singer, producer, and songwriter SG Lewis. It arrives as he continues work on his acclaimed Republic Records debut album times, which came out in February.
Sungaze is an American Dreamgaze band whose signature sound lends itself quite equally to the realms of shoegaze, psych rock and dream pop, with an unmistakable western flair reminiscent of some of the popular singer-songwriters of the 60’s. The band centers around husband and wife duo Ian Hilvert and Ivory.
Cincinnati’s Sungaze released Body in the Mirror, the second single from their forthcoming album, This Dream (self-releasing on August 13). This guitar-driven song has a dreamy and a spacious 60’s psychedelic sound with dreamgaze undertones.
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