Posts Tagged ‘One-Track Mind’

One Track Mind: Near Northeast’s “Impala”

A kinetic track from the group's recent album fuses Graceland grooves with ornate, chamber-pop flourishes.

One Track Mind: Matt McGhee’s “Lexus Music”

“Alexis driving a Mercedes Benz, looking better than all of my previous lady friends.”

One Track Mind: Puma Ptah’s “Business of Confusion”

The roots-reggae track slams those who deceive others through misinterpreted religious texts.

One Track Mind: Lookout Gang’s “Shack-It”

Infinitely danceable, the fourth track on Lookout Gang’s recently released EP, Silent Rising, tells a familiar story of love and loss.

One Track Mind: Sonnet Cottage’s “This Time Around”

Buoyant croons and carefree acoustics from a pair of Northern Virginia sisters

One Track Mind: Cartoon Weapons’ “Any Robot But You”

Is everyone around you just another robot?

One Track Mind: Dot Dash’s “Flowers”

A peppy adrenaline rush that channels late-’70s mod revival and jangly college rock in equal measure.

One Track Mind: Anjahla’s “Afreekan Mama”

"It is like a letter to my African sisters who are facing [rape and misogyny] daily. I want to let them know I hear their cry."

One Track Mind: Waltz Brigade, “Christchurch”

The song shares some musical DNA with the melancholy tweedom of Neutral Milk Hotel.

One Track Mind: John Aulabaugh’s “Awake”

The song is a smooth alt-country groove from Aulabaugh’s debut LP, which drops March 31.