— Haruki Murakami, from Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World
Soulostar - The Last Train
I’d uploaded a draft of this just to Tumblr before, but it was a while before I found the time to finish it. Hope you enjoy.
Aosaki - Back to Another Dream (demo)
— J.D. Salinger, Seymour - An Introduction
Robert de Boron - Chiru (Saisei No Uta)
when artists you admire greatly start following you (asdlkjdsf)
Asked by Anonymous
Thank you for listening along :) What are your thoughts on the songs?
For me, Tomoya Naka’s “Rainy Day" really brings home that feeling of wistful melancholy that comes with the rain, yet the song remains warm and subtly reminiscent. I think the song captures the essence of it’s title.
“Illusionary Daytime" by Shirfine (whose music I’m starting to enjoy more and more) is really a fine example of how much of a sucker I am for beats threaded into melodic instrumentals (soulostar, Kondor, Beatsound, Robert de Boron, etc.).
Tom Day’s style is incredible, and I love the understated tone that usually begins his tracks and how he crafts each layer of sound carefully until it comes together in a bone-chillingly wonderful way. “New Beginnings" is a shining example of that.
Share any of your recommendations?
Tomoya Naka - Rainy Song