Here's a very mellow, "ethereal, shimmering textural pop" song by Lisa DeBenedictis for your enjoyment.
Next up is a really, really great song from Josh Woodward's album "Here Today". There's lots more great stuff over at joshwoodward.com , and if you like the music, please consider buying one of Josh's albums (5 bucks each).
(found via Journey Inside My Mind)
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)
Here comes (another) slow, dark, almost depressive piece by Mercy Machine. It has German lyrics and spreads a very very dark, melancholic mood, while still being nice to listen to.
Next up is something much, much brighter and happier, I promise ;)