We’re back with the next artist on the list: Young Culture. A brief conversation with Albany’s favorite dynamic duo on the development of their brand, their devoted fans, and new music.
Tucked away in a cabin in the middle of the woods, I continue to find myself lost in the simplicity of it all. The snow surrounding us feathering down to create thick white blankets coating the trees and the ground, warming our hearts. We finish a bottle of wine, revisiting old childhood movies, planning our next getaway. This February Edition is a collection of some of my favorite songs at the moment paired with the beautiful suggestions from all of you. Relax, enjoy, and indulge yourself in this month’s playlist. + Be Sure to Check Out The Latest Edition to The Site +Stay Groovy, Kirst
First on the list: Eastern Electric. On how they plan to bring indie back to the Albany music scene, their infectious enthusiasm, and their debut album Suburban Daydreams.
This is the time of year when we begin fall into the comforts of winter, tucked away in oversized sweaters, dwelling by the fireplace. We switch out our reggae for cozier, moody music settling into the long winter nights still ahead. Each month, we piece together from your suggestions pulled from our Instagram. Keep an eye out at the beginning of February to be a part of the next playlist. perfect paired with chai tea lattes and big dreams +Find Us Here Instagram/ Twitter/ Facebook/ Spotify/ Soundcloud
Meet Maddox, an up and coming young artist who’s art collides with his music in a way that is uniquely his own. After seeing that I had reposted a few of his tracks on Soundcloud, and stumbling across the site, he reached out to see if he could share a little bit of what he’s been doing with you guys. His art and music play off of one another in such a dynamic way, dancing together to create something incredibly unique, all the art featured in this article is his own. This is what he sent me: I am a Brazilian visual artist, singer and songwriter. When I was 17, I moved to New Zealand for one semester where I went to Takapuna Grammar School (the same school Lorde went). It was a sensorial and life changing experience, to live in another country and to be introduced to another culture, everything was new for me. At this time, I had a journal, which I wrote my feelings and experiences while living in this new city of …
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Let’s set the mood: Driving with the windows down, feeling the breeze tangle through your hair, the summer sun warming your skin. Fleeting moments like these, the sweet sensation of summertime liberation from all the worries of the world. Pieces of perfection scattered through the green grass days, filtered through the summer haze. Playing the music loud, and driving a little too fast, we chase our daydreams as they explode into tangerine sunsets. Let’s dance, and sing and be free as we enjoy our momentary summertime bliss. ●●●☽✰☾●●● These songs represent the perfectly mashed up sounds of a hot and hazy summer time adventure. + Stay Groovy, Kirst