Lisa DeBenedictis - Tigers

Here's a very mellow, "ethereal, shimmering textural pop" song by Lisa DeBenedictis for your enjoyment.

Song: Lisa DeBenedictis - Tigers (3:31 min, 3.3 MB)
License: CC-by-nc-sa 1.0
Source: magnatune.com

Josh Woodward - Mona Lisa

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)

Song: Josh Woodward - Mona Lisa (4:00 min, 5.5 MB)
License: CC-by-nc-nd Music Sharing License 2.0
Source: joshwoodward.com

The Math-amphetamines - A Promise to the Heartless

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)

Song: The Math-amphetamines - A Promise to the Heartless (4:05 min, 5.0 MB)
License: CC-by-nd 2.5
Source: archive.org

Mercy Machine - Befangen

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 ;)

Song: Mercy Machine - Befangen (4:49 min, 4.5 MB)
License: CC-by-nc-sa 1.0
Source: magnatune.com

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