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Close your eyes and dream about Ghost in the Water


Weightless rain drops of electronic pop sprinkling down from melodic clouds to fill your ear with the proper nourishment you’ve been longing. Ghost in the Water’s calm and soothing sound can either lift you up from many of your worries as you wake up early on a beautiful Monday morning or bring back haunted memories as you reminisce the past. Whatever the side effect may be, Ghost in the Water is definitely a duo worth checking out. Their song “A Nightmare” rich in melodic bells with small doses of glitchs and taps, soft in sound yet powerful in emotion captivated me to check out their album “Tooth”. Some of their songs remind me of the mellower songs of jimmy tamborello project’s dntel. I have also included a couple of remixes I came across while I getting more info about them.

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Have a wonderful Monday!

A Nightmare – Ghost in the Water

”A Nightmare”


Pushpins And Tape (Car Crash Mix)

”Pushpins And Tape (Car Crash Mix)”


I’m Not Afraid of Falling – Ghost in the Water

”I’m Not Afraid of Falling”


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[Quickies] New Experimental Music:

Today was a great Monday, and these two new experimental songs I came across made it even better. First we start of with a very groovy and odd, synthpop song by the great indie duo Neon Indian. They have a new song out called “Deadbeat Summer” which has been picked up by a lot of the music bloggers recently.

“Deadbeat Summer” – Neon Indian

”Deadbeat Summer”

Owen Pallett is a violinist and singer from Canada.

Here is “Men” from The Dodos, a very experimental folk group that use a lot of acoustic instruments on most of their songs. Enjoy!

“Men” – The Dodos


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