Sunday Serenade: Jeangu Macrooy, Isafold, and more!

Time for another Sunday morning dose of random songs that I’ve been listening to this past week! Welcome to Sunday Serenade — now let’s crank the jams up with…

“Dance in Acid Rain” by Isafold — Sometimes it’s nice to turn on a track that gets you into a good mental groove and then just stays there for a while. Such is the case with this one.

“Matutu” by Isetern — Lovely music. Lovely music that I can’t snap my fingers in time to, apparently.

“No Place to Hide” by Jace Everett — Got a bit of Johnny Cash with this, both in tone and in biblical content.

“Fume” by James Carter — Relaxing tropical and summer vibes flow through this track. Makes me wish I was on a beach somewhere.

“Gold” by Jeangu Macrooy — Minimal instrumentation makes this song into more of a worker’s chant or African spiritual. It definitely grew on me.

“Main Theme” from Aspar GP Masters — I was inclined to pass over this track, but it had juuuust enough of a hook that I couldn’t. Plus, it’s short. Weird and short. I’ll go for that.

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