staying away from slick Nashville sounds and focusing in on the more adventurous, expansive things happening in and adjacent to Country in the mid-70s. The rhythms are funkier, the politics are more palatable, the production is lower-key, the lyrics generally more personal and thoughtful in their story-telling way. Call it “Country for people who don’t like Country” if you want–but I’d argue it’s also truer to what Country music should be
Hold your own! Dark but uplifting magic from Kate Tempest.
Uplifting upbeat sunshine rave
Electronic style, sweeping beats. Recommended via Ben Pieratt.
Funky swing japanese times.
Good jazz for spring time.
Youtube shuffle jazz.
Upbeat jazz. Bouncing.
Sweeping electro music for focusing.
Music to break you. Tender. Into the wreck.
She only means to please them. Tender.