Monday, July 25, 2011

Buried in Bandcamp: Jesse Futerman

Found while browsing the "Toronto" tag, I settled right into this fully developed six song EP. The music uses samples but infuses a good deal of funk, jazz, soul, and plenty of vinyl pops and crackles and it gets smoothed right out into one crisp package. It reminds me of the lounge music I would encounter on a daily basis in europe with its cool and chilled out mystique. However not being much of a lounge person myself, I find that it's the perfect music to put on after a long day at work. It makes you want to throw your stuff down, sink into a comfortable couch, and let out a deep sigh, the one you've been holding in all day long. It's ultra relaxing. The album is a free download on bandcamp. Enjoy.

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