“Just say you feel the way that I feel / I’m feeling sexual, so we should be sexual.”
We all have those nights when all we want to do is curl up with a glass of Merlot and sob our sad lil’ eyes out. And why shouldn’t we? You cry it out, hon. You cry it out.
Sensual, alternative r&b, stuff that is kind of haunting and also makes you want to find someone you dig and make out until your lips are sore.
“So I think I’d say, be as non-conformist as possible.”
Down beats. Up beats. Even feels.
“I like my love with a budget, I like my hugs with a scent / You smell like, light, gas, water, electricity, rent”
Stop what you’re doing right now. Seriously. Turn off Netflix. Step away from Monica, Chandler, Joey, and the whole gang for a hot second.
She’s creeped out at first, and rightfully so.
This week’s Q2 Music Album of the Week, Martin Bresnick’s new “Prayer Remains Forever” is a brave exploration of life, death, and our search for something to confirm the unknowable. #MusicForWriters that “tells us how to remember.”
Like a collection of short stories or poems, Irish composer Donnacha Dennehy’s new album — which you can hear as you read in #MusicForWriters, thanks to Q2 Music — is a group of small tales with big sound.