House by Kindness


 

I’ve always loved songs that musically emphasize dance and rhythm but lyrically play towards melancholy and despondency. Something about a musical base that’s typically rooted in physicality and joy (dance) being bogged down with a little lyrical misery (or, conversely, the way the physical aspects of dance music bring a little levity to the occasionally overwhelming self-pity of the lyrics) just does it for me. It’s a fine line, but UK-based group Kindness walks it well on “House”, one of the standout tracks on their solid debut. Stream it below.

 

 

Chris aims to expose viewers to some of the most legit tunes of the times, peeling back the layers of what’s relevant in current music events, with up-to-date posts of new artists and releases. Living in Chicago, Chris manages his own blog Brown Bear Wants Honey dedicated to new music releases, clips of new musicians, and announcements of upcoming shows at cool venues.

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