Sunday Morning Medicine Vol 164, that includes Disclosure, Lane eight, Bonobo, + extra – Dancing Astronaut

Sunday Morning Medicine is a characteristic from Dancing Astronaut devoted to the mellower facet of digital music. We convey you our favourite therapeutic picks—previous and new—in makes an attempt to allete the agonizing results of a protracted weekend of partying.


If Disclosure can efficiently introduce a home beat to the lyrics of “Fools Rush In,” you'll be able to thwart the end-of-weekend demons. “Where Angels Fear To Tread,” off the duo’s forthcoming undertaking, provides a litany of lush strings, jazz acapella vocal samples, and a extremely medicinal bass line.

Head to British songstress Litany’s ’80s-inspired “Bedroom” for a full-bodied breath of electronic-pop remedy. Her wistful vocals float over softly jubilant manufacturing infused with an island impact, enhances of the monitor’s wavering marimba synth.

Lane 8‘s newest and first of 2019, “Visions” is simply because it sounds. “Visions” is benevolently scheduled below DA’s “extremely potent hallucinogens,” with its deliberate, rousing beat and a fluttering, euphoria-procuring synth line, like fractals dancing within the evening.

Like so lots of Bonobo‘s creations, “Second Sun” exudes a delicate, twinkling majesty. Its melancholy-hopeful instrumentals set the tone for the week forward.

Louis Futon‘s most up-to-date providing main as much as his new album, “Supposed To Be” caps this week’s Sunday Morning Medicine on a soothing observe. DUCKWRTH and BAEGOD’s feel-good rhymes remind listeners of higher climate and simple residing.