we could see to the river wouldn’t be any kind of middle-aged music blog at all if it didn’t come with a regular playlist. Here’s a sample of what has been on the stereo in the first part of the year.
LABEL: TRANSGRESSIVE ALBUM IN A SENTENCE: Arlo Park’s debut album uses storytelling to create a collage of young London mounted upon a rock solid neo-soul soundtrack. When I was twenty years old, part of the floppy-fringed Britpop generation, my song writing hero was Jarvis Cocker of Pulp. At twenty years old, with the release ofContinue reading “Arlo Parks: Collapsed In Sunbeams”