Posts Tagged ‘jazzy folk’

April 2, 2018
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Out of the ever rife with talent town of Nashville, so mired in music history, comes Ellie Schmidly, whose indie folk is nothing short of beautifully haunting on One More Wave, her second single from an upcoming debut EP named Blossom & Bone. Its gentle strums and willowy vocals are joined by dreamy keys, making it a bittersweet and exquisite gem. You can also stream Ellie Schmidly’s debut single from last month, Where To Begin, below, for a jazz tinged continuation of the spell she’s cast on us with her delicately affecting music. Debut EP Blossom & Bone arrives May 11th. 

July 7, 2017

Some serendipitous trawling on YouTube earlier today brought me to Phum Viphurit, a Thai born, New Zealand raised, and now Bangkok based singer songwriter. His latest single Long Gone is utterly enrapturing. It’s a chill grooving, buttery smooth, & jazzy rocking indie gem with the mellow charm of Tom Misch, the playful dalliance of Dan Croll, and Toro y Moi’s hazy sashays. Long Gone’s disarming music video even evokes Toro y Moi’s visuals. Phum Viphurit serenades us while dancing away to the dreamy jam. Long Gone is available from iTunes, here. It being such an ear perking first encounter with Phum, I just had to look up more of the fellow’s music. And I found his other tunes just as captivating and sublime. Stream his folksier number Run, below.