March might be my favorite month of the year. So here’s to another month and another musical mix.
Bahamas has a great balance of edgy guitar riffs mixed with smooth vocals. It’s poppy enough to enjoy but not so poppy that you’re embarrassed when it comes on (just don’t tell anyone that he’s on Jack Johnson’s record label if that’s the kind of thing that embarrasses you). Enjoy this one.
Cliff Dweller is an art/music group based out of Los Angeles. They make tunes that blur the lines between avant-guarde and pop while still being pleasant to listen to. They do a lot of work and it’s worth your time to flip through some of their albums. 
Paul Stewart's Permanence album has provided the perfect acousticy folk soundtrack for those end-of-winter rainy days for me. His music matches that rainy day mood without being depressing.
Fleet Foxes have recently set up a Tumblr dedicated to themselves covering mostly old songs. Most of them are pretty rough around the edges but it’s fun to hear Robin Pecknold’s voice in place of Whitney Houston, Phil Collins and GaGa. 
Ailien, Handbook and Town Hall are a couple of great beatsters that will sooth your earbuds. Aaron Embry and Jordan Klassen will scratch your folksy itch. Maston, KYNAN and Sean Nicholas Savage are the futures of indie pop/rock so listen in. Enjoy:
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Track List:
1. Over the Falls- Maston
2. He Just Wants to Make Love- KYNAN
3. I Got You Babe- Bahamas
4. You Changed Me- Sean Nicholas Savage
5. Eciov- Charles Murdoch
6. Forgetting About You/An Intro- Amai
7. No Go- Aaron Embry
8. Cosmic Puddle- Ailien
9. Hot Air Balloons
10. Mud Doctor- Cliff Dweller
11. Alywz- Nature’s Kid
12. Meet the Frownies (Snowmine Remix)- Twin Sister
13. I Am My Love- Galapaos
14. Go To Me- Jordan Klassen
15. I Though I Was an Alien- SoKo
16. Horses Mouth- Paul Stewart
17. Charlie (Different Sleep Remix)- Town Hall
18. Perch Verdad (Ricky Eat Acid Remix)- Cliff Dweller
19. I Will Always Love You (Whitney Houston cover)- Fleet Foxes

March might be my favorite month of the year. So here’s to another month and another musical mix.

Bahamas has a great balance of edgy guitar riffs mixed with smooth vocals. It’s poppy enough to enjoy but not so poppy that you’re embarrassed when it comes on (just don’t tell anyone that he’s on Jack Johnson’s record label if that’s the kind of thing that embarrasses you). Enjoy this one.

Cliff Dweller is an art/music group based out of Los Angeles. They make tunes that blur the lines between avant-guarde and pop while still being pleasant to listen to. They do a lot of work and it’s worth your time to flip through some of their albums. 

Paul Stewart's Permanence album has provided the perfect acousticy folk soundtrack for those end-of-winter rainy days for me. His music matches that rainy day mood without being depressing.

Fleet Foxes have recently set up a Tumblr dedicated to themselves covering mostly old songs. Most of them are pretty rough around the edges but it’s fun to hear Robin Pecknold’s voice in place of Whitney Houston, Phil Collins and GaGa. 

Ailien, Handbook and Town Hall are a couple of great beatsters that will sooth your earbuds. Aaron Embry and Jordan Klassen will scratch your folksy itch. Maston, KYNAN and Sean Nicholas Savage are the futures of indie pop/rock so listen in. Enjoy:

DOWNLOAD

Track List:

1. Over the Falls- Maston

2. He Just Wants to Make Love- KYNAN

3. I Got You Babe- Bahamas

4. You Changed Me- Sean Nicholas Savage

5. Eciov- Charles Murdoch

6. Forgetting About You/An Intro- Amai

7. No Go- Aaron Embry

8. Cosmic Puddle- Ailien

9. Hot Air Balloons

10. Mud Doctor- Cliff Dweller

11. Alywz- Nature’s Kid

12. Meet the Frownies (Snowmine Remix)- Twin Sister

13. I Am My Love- Galapaos

14. Go To Me- Jordan Klassen

15. I Though I Was an Alien- SoKo

16. Horses Mouth- Paul Stewart

17. Charlie (Different Sleep Remix)- Town Hall

18. Perch Verdad (Ricky Eat Acid Remix)- Cliff Dweller

19. I Will Always Love You (Whitney Houston cover)- Fleet Foxes

March might be my favorite month of the year. So here’s to another month and another musical mix.
Bahamas has a great balance of edgy guitar riffs mixed with smooth vocals. It’s poppy enough to enjoy but not so poppy that you’re embarrassed when it comes on (just don’t tell anyone that he’s on Jack Johnson’s record label if that’s the kind of thing that embarrasses you). Enjoy this one.
Cliff Dweller is an art/music group based out of Los Angeles. They make tunes that blur the lines between avant-guarde and pop while still being pleasant to listen to. They do a lot of work and it’s worth your time to flip through some of their albums. 
Paul Stewart's Permanence album has provided the perfect acousticy folk soundtrack for those end-of-winter rainy days for me. His music matches that rainy day mood without being depressing.
Fleet Foxes have recently set up a Tumblr dedicated to themselves covering mostly old songs. Most of them are pretty rough around the edges but it’s fun to hear Robin Pecknold’s voice in place of Whitney Houston, Phil Collins and GaGa. 
Ailien, Handbook and Town Hall are a couple of great beatsters that will sooth your earbuds. Aaron Embry and Jordan Klassen will scratch your folksy itch. Maston, KYNAN and Sean Nicholas Savage are the futures of indie pop/rock so listen in. Enjoy:
DOWNLOAD
Track List:
1. Over the Falls- Maston
2. He Just Wants to Make Love- KYNAN
3. I Got You Babe- Bahamas
4. You Changed Me- Sean Nicholas Savage
5. Eciov- Charles Murdoch
6. Forgetting About You/An Intro- Amai
7. No Go- Aaron Embry
8. Cosmic Puddle- Ailien
9. Hot Air Balloons
10. Mud Doctor- Cliff Dweller
11. Alywz- Nature’s Kid
12. Meet the Frownies (Snowmine Remix)- Twin Sister
13. I Am My Love- Galapaos
14. Go To Me- Jordan Klassen
15. I Though I Was an Alien- SoKo
16. Horses Mouth- Paul Stewart
17. Charlie (Different Sleep Remix)- Town Hall
18. Perch Verdad (Ricky Eat Acid Remix)- Cliff Dweller
19. I Will Always Love You (Whitney Houston cover)- Fleet Foxes

March might be my favorite month of the year. So here’s to another month and another musical mix.

Bahamas has a great balance of edgy guitar riffs mixed with smooth vocals. It’s poppy enough to enjoy but not so poppy that you’re embarrassed when it comes on (just don’t tell anyone that he’s on Jack Johnson’s record label if that’s the kind of thing that embarrasses you). Enjoy this one.

Cliff Dweller is an art/music group based out of Los Angeles. They make tunes that blur the lines between avant-guarde and pop while still being pleasant to listen to. They do a lot of work and it’s worth your time to flip through some of their albums. 

Paul Stewart's Permanence album has provided the perfect acousticy folk soundtrack for those end-of-winter rainy days for me. His music matches that rainy day mood without being depressing.

Fleet Foxes have recently set up a Tumblr dedicated to themselves covering mostly old songs. Most of them are pretty rough around the edges but it’s fun to hear Robin Pecknold’s voice in place of Whitney Houston, Phil Collins and GaGa. 

Ailien, Handbook and Town Hall are a couple of great beatsters that will sooth your earbuds. Aaron Embry and Jordan Klassen will scratch your folksy itch. Maston, KYNAN and Sean Nicholas Savage are the futures of indie pop/rock so listen in. Enjoy:

DOWNLOAD

Track List:

1. Over the Falls- Maston

2. He Just Wants to Make Love- KYNAN

3. I Got You Babe- Bahamas

4. You Changed Me- Sean Nicholas Savage

5. Eciov- Charles Murdoch

6. Forgetting About You/An Intro- Amai

7. No Go- Aaron Embry

8. Cosmic Puddle- Ailien

9. Hot Air Balloons

10. Mud Doctor- Cliff Dweller

11. Alywz- Nature’s Kid

12. Meet the Frownies (Snowmine Remix)- Twin Sister

13. I Am My Love- Galapaos

14. Go To Me- Jordan Klassen

15. I Though I Was an Alien- SoKo

16. Horses Mouth- Paul Stewart

17. Charlie (Different Sleep Remix)- Town Hall

18. Perch Verdad (Ricky Eat Acid Remix)- Cliff Dweller

19. I Will Always Love You (Whitney Houston cover)- Fleet Foxes

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Every month I collect music from across the interweb, whittle it down to my favorite few, and share it with you. Some of the mix files are quite large and may take a couple minutes to download- but keep your cool, it's well worth the wait.

The best way to enjoy each mix is to:
1) Download the .zip (compresses) mix file.
2) Unzip the file (for mac users, just double click on it and that should do the trick)
3) Open the now exposed folder
4) Open itunes and make a new playlist (name it whatever the playlist is called)
5) Drag and drop the musical contents (minus the album art file) into the empty playlist.

ENJOY