Gray Days and Gold - April 2021

The music of the spheres is heard distinctly over the vaccination site. It is…

Hello, friends. As a greater percentage of the populace is vaccinated, it’s time to cautiously consider emerging from hibernation and interacting with others in whatever manner you consensually see fit. Should you desire a little Euterpean accompaniment as over and over you flatten the clover, you’re in luck: Gray Days and Gold is back with another hour of the best music that April 2021 has to offer… as always, meeting (or exceeding) our ‘M4’ pledge: maximum melody, moderate melancholy.

You can listen by clicking one of the links below, or on the Mixcloud website, via the Mixcloud mobile app, on your Sonos system, etc.

And for those who prefer Spotify, there’s a more barebones iteration of this episode’s playlist there (minus my commentary, as well as some songs that are missing from Spotify’s library).

If you like what you hear, please consider supporting the artists via the BUY links. (The next Bandcamp Friday occurs on May 7, btw.)

Click here to listen

Gray Days and Gold, April 2021

  1. Parler Bien, “Préambule” (2021) • BUY

  2. Olivier Rocabois, “My Wounds Started Healing” (2021) • BUY

  3. Pneumatic Tubes, “Palo Santo” (2021) • BUY

  4. Sun Collective, “Ogham Scars” (2021) • BUY

  5. Milder PS, “Diana” (2021) • BUY

  6. Sheep, Dog & Wolf, “Deep Crescents” (2021) • BUY

  7. Joseph Shabason, “The Fellowship” (2021) • BUY

  8. Fredo Viola, “Waiting for Seth” (2021) • BUY

  9. Ryley Walker, “Shiva with Dustpan” (2021) • BUY

  10. Eleni Era, “Deceived” (2021) • BUY

  11. José Mauro, “Rua Dois’” (1976) • BUY

  12. Wendy Martinez, “Les Vielles Filles en Fleur” (2021) • BUY

  13. Prefab Sprout, “Bearpark” (1988) • BUY


Appendix

Ogham

If you’d like to know more about ogham (as mentioned in this episode in regards to the Sun Collective track), this video provides a good introduction.


As always, thanks for listening. If you have questions, suggestions, etc. please feel free to contact me. And if you’ve received this newsletter as a forward and would like to receive these posts via email, you can sign up here. Take care.

[Artwork: Arnold Böcklin, Spring (1862)]

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