Another The Math-amphetamines song, but this one is a bit more melancholic and sounds more like a traditional folk song.
A catchy pop song from The Math-amphetamines (John Berdahl, and Andrew Johnson).
To quote the authors:
This is what happens when you lock John (of the Blue Fairy Godmothers) and Andrew (of Lava-Proof Boots) in a room with a bunch of keyboards and a computer for a month: an album with a bile-filled synthetic doo-wap song, noisy keyboard punk and plaintive ballads set in outer space. "What this song needs is more pitch shifting!" A document of what happens when people loose control of talent and technology.
(found via they did it)
A chilled piano piece by John Holowach. Purely instrumental and very relaxed, I like it.
Next up: high quality acoustic rock from D-Rockets.
(found via Starfrosch)
I'm listening a lot to Mercy Machine these days. This song is different from the ones I played before — not so dark and depressive but mellow and very melodic with great vocals.