100 Great Singles From New England of 2016 – 41-60

 

Glenn Jones – Mother’s Day

When talented bunnies communicate with the spirit of John Fahey


Alosi Den – As You Were / Soft Descent

Piano and voice driven mystery / a swirl of voices chasing after you


Birdwatching – Shukra

Melodic bridge to 90s alt rock


Lewis M – Give Up the Ghost

Don’t give up the ghost just yet (even when darkness got a hold)


Y-Vreese – We Want

I want the funk, you want the funk, we all want that funk, the distorted kind especially


Jack Romanov – Radio

Rock’n’roll for a good cause


Barbwalters – 1993

Feels more like 70s captured in a loop


Brendan PM – Radar

Some high quality electronic funk made in the wee hours of the morning


Pop Freak – All Day

Some quirky electro pop from this Pop Freak


Black Beach – No Place For Me

Short but sweet Bleach-y rock action


Mal Devisa – Fire

A fascinating reflection on causes of fire in the brain


Magellan – Razor

So this is what it feels like to swallow a razor and live to tell the (6-minute) tale


King AI – 58

The smell of J Dilla’s donuts in the morning


Mar Malade – I Sing in Humble Praise

Deeply spiritual chillhop – as warm and sweet as a cup of tea


Arms and Sleepers – Dex

Sweet summer breeze and a couple of cocktails to escape the grind


Baron – Daddy’s Home

I, for one, welcome my mechanical overlord of a Daddy


Marissa Nadler – Katie I Know

Makes me wish I knew Katie as well – something otherworldly and slightly mysterious about her


Ghosts of Sailors at Sea – Robert Wilmott

The immense thunder is here to remind you that the lack of vocals isn’t always a bad thing


And Then There Was One – Watch the World Burn

An appropriately dark song for trying times (and a spiritual companion to Mal Devisa’s “Fire”)


Eu La – Indoor Pool Session

Like gentle raindrops pelting your window

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