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01-10-2013 // Track: Squanto - Parts 3 & 4


This song had me picking up my guitar again last night, for probably the first time in 2013. Not because I wanted to play this song, not because it reminded me of something (well, a little bit). But mostly it inspired me. It is about 24 hours ago now (it was somewhere between midnight and 1:00 AM), I played the intro to 'Stairway to Heaven', attempted a few Nick Drake-song, had another beer and went to bed.

Best sleep I had in months. I went into my coma and kept right in there untill the alarm went off, feeling all powered up from the 1st minute. I don't think I slept like that in the last 3 years. After that and a morning coffee, I felt so good today, I walked up to this pretty girl I've been having meaningless small talks with for months, and now we have a date on Thursday.

Not saying my newlyfound love for my acoustic guitar, the great night sleep, the succesfull day at work and the Thursday date with the pretty girl are somehow related to listening to this mesmerizing tune last night. But I'm spinning it again right now, and I'm looking forward to tomorrow morning. after a great night of sleep. But first, where's my guitar?!

And in case you missed it somewhere in my ramblings; I think this is a great track!

30-09-2013 // Monday Morning Kick-Off, Track: Jake Morley - Feet Don't Fail Me Now / Ghostess


Instead of just the usual loud Monday Morning Kick-Off, you can now choose between 2 really nice songs, both from Jake Morley. "Feet Don't Fail Me Now" is the traditional up-tempo Monday Morning song here, addictive as hell and a guaranteed buzz for the rest of the Monday (if that doesn't work, just keep it on repeat).


For the people that prefer to wake up slowly, maybe ignore the Monday for as long as you can, here's a beautiful sweet Jake Morley live studio session of "Ghostess". Also suitable for coming home from that much hated 1st day later today. Pour yourself a glass of wine, take 30 minutes before you feed the cat, start cooking or empty out the washing machine and relaxed with Jake's beautiful voice.

Two great songs to choose from. Or, as I do it this morning, just let both songs take turns playing and start off another week just about as perfect as you can.. Have a good week!

29-09-2013 // , Track: The xx & Craig Armstrong - Together (Live @ Maida Vale)


To be honest, I'm not a fan of the xx. But I am a huge fan of composer Craig Armstrong. He is not actually live here, but the Heritage Orchestra plays the strings live on this recording for BBC One's Zane Lowe radio show. And the string-section was composed by: Craig Armstrong. The song was originally recorded for the Great Gatsby soundtrack and it is one of the finer songs The xx have recorded over the years. This live version is even better and perfect for slow Sunday nights.

28-09-2013 // Track: WOODKID - I Love You


A very special version of a beautiful song. I hope your weekend is as fine as this song. Cheers!

27-09-2013 // Track: Thisell - Over Years Over Time


This is a b-side on the first single from Thisell‘s forthcoming album A Town Of Windows. It is previously unreleased and in my personal opinion more beautiful than the A-side of this free release. Listen for yourself at jellyfantschallplatten.bandcamp.com/album/free-a-town-of-windows. I just think "Over Years Over Time" is breathtakingly beautiful and I can't get enough of this song!

26-09-2013 // Track: Running Red Lights - Mulberry Love


Cool new single by Running Red Lights, from their forthcoming debut LP, set for release next January. Sweet song with a great guitar solo, loved hearing this over and over again this morning and will continue to do so when I get home from work tonight.

24-09-2013 // , Track: Beccy Owen - You Can't Afford To Feel It (live)


Was planning on saving this for the last day of September, as we started the month with some beautiful music by Beccy Owen. But she announced a new album for December, has reached her sponsume-goal within a day and is being crazy active on facebook thanking every 'sponsor' in person (I took a screenshot of the sweet message she gave me).

Back to the song; "You Can't Afford To Feel It" is an intense beautiful and sweet song and besides the (expected) beauty of the song, Beccy turns out to be a really funny and charming person on stage. I can't wait for the new album IMAGO to be released, but I am also really looking forward to seeing her play live. For me, another reason to visit the UK soon (as if Bridie Jackson & The Arbour or Paper Aeroplanes aren't reason enough.. maybe I should move there..). Anyway: Without a doubt the finest song I've heard all month!

24-09-2013 // Track: The Almighty Rhombus - She Didn't Want Me


Could've used this fine track yesterday morning as a Monday Morning Kick-Off, but I was late & had things to do real early. Today sets out to be a shitty day, so great tunes will help me get through it. The Almighty Rhombus released this back in March and have a new song planned for next month, but after all this time the song is still addictive as fuck. It comes from a 5 track EP, so if you're in the mood for more (you should be after this), check the full EP out here.

22-09-2013 // Track: Qualia - Slæpwerigne


Qualia's music has given me a lot a peace since I've first discovered his music somewhere in the Summer of 2012. His previous records are high on my 'bedroom'-playlists, because they are so perfect for relaxation. The soundscapes are slow and melodic, and they are never boring. Sometimes it builts up slowly and erupts into a massive wall of sound, but it always comes down and eventually makes you feel all warm and easy.

Be sure to hear Qualia's latest album Everything Is Going To Be Fine, from which "Slæpwerigne" is taken, the entire album is one big trip into happiness. It will probably be last thing I'll be hearing every night for the next month. Going to bed at night has just become a little more pleasant.

22-09-2013 // Track: Scott Orr - A Long Life


The first song from Scott Orr's upcoming new album A Long Life is a fine Sunday morning tune. The album comes out this Tuesday on Other Songs Music, a great record label that has had a very silent year untill this release. You can pre-order it already or just wait a few more days. Based on this one song & Scott's previous work, either one won't disappoint you and I'm pretty sure I'll get back to you on this record later this year..

19-09-2013 // Album: Bart van der Lee - Ballads for the Heathens or Dying


Bart van der Lee's new album Ballads for the Heathens or Dying was released just 2 weeks ago, but it went on heavy rotation for me from day one. Have a listen!


Bart van der Lee was one of the few artists performing in the singer-songwriter contest on tv that sounded really good (as you can hear for yourself) and he has now released his new album with Snowstar Records (the finest Dutch records label of the moment). He performed "She Was Like The Sunlight" and it's also on this album, together with 7 other beautiful songs (the album-version is better). His raw voice and slow guitar handling make the easier songs irresistible, but also the more noisy songs like album opener "A Mother's Song" sucks you into the album and won't let you leave untill the final note of the last song has faded out.


The last song on the album is also my personal favorite. "Waste Of Life" has a certain tragedy to it right from the start, with that beautiful trumpet. The song has a slow pace and Bart's voice is more smooth, but a little rough around the edges, giving this emotional song a perfect sad feel. I imagine this to be the perfect song to be listening to feeling really sad walking around in the rain late at night. Although it would definately not cheer you up, it would suit the moment like nothing else.

Beautiful record from a talented singer-songwriter!

14-09-2013 // Track: Lime Cordiale - Sleeping At Your Door


Saturdays are made for fun music, and "Sleeping At Your Door" by Lime Cordiale is such a fun song. They have more great tunes, but this new song is the finest they've recorded so far. It's just a week old, but I'm completely hooked. Playing this track 10 times a day and it gets a little better everytime I hear it. Perfect Saturday track, if this doesn't kick off your weekend with a bang, nothing will!

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Music for Reading
I love reading. I hate silence. Play these records softly and enjoy a good book. Works for me.
 
Ps. They also sound great on their own.