Here it comes, playlist updates of September 2021. These tracks, artists and bands are the ones that captured most of our attention during the past month. We had a really good time listening to them over and over again! 🙂
Feel free to buy their music on Bandcamp if possible. That’s the best way to support artists and bands.
You can also follow their channels, say “Hi!” and share about them on your social media. Or maybe you could even think about sending over some of these tracks to your friends, colleagues and loved ones? Why not? It will probably bring some minutes of fresh joy to their daily music listening routines.
I wrote this song after my mom died from breast cancer on Mother’s Day 2021. It was produced by A-Side B-Side records, where it was exclusively available on their site for a donation to a local cancer charity. After raising over $2000, we released it on Spotify on 9/19.
Zoa transmits peace with its gentle sound. Composed with heart and soul, it inspires the thoughts and emotions to creates a magical moment in time.
“Slither” was an interesting songwriting process for us, being seeded as a synth idea by Jon (vocals) and styled as a heavily 80s influenced piece driven by synth basses and pads. It was another avenue of our sound that we wanted to explore when fusing organic and synthetic elements, rooted in Chris (guitar) love of The Weeknd and 070 Shake, and really polished when Crayg (electronics) got his hands on it in late 2020. This is quite a slow song for us, but has a pulsing feel unlike many of our other songs, and has become a personal favourite of a lot of the band. Lyrically, much of the content of this song was written before the instrumental was even finished, chronicling Jon’s (vocals) thoughts and feelings in the earlier months of 2020.
With top charting releases on Kiksuya, The Soundgarden, and Where The Heart Is, Jiminy Hop stands as a strong upcoming producer within the Organic House scene. His delicate sound design and melodic approach to dance music felt like the perfect match with Pandhora’s delightful psychedelic beats. His take on ‘Euthymia’ is bright, uplifting, and an invitation to fly away – whether home or on a cosy dance-floor.
Hope you will like and share our playlist updates of this month with your friends, colleagues and loved ones! 🙂 Let us know in the comment box below if there is anything you would like to share with us.