Midweek Music Suggestions 22/09/2010

Good morning dear readers, I trust this week is treating you well?

As it’s Wednesday I suppose I should give you some new music to listen to. A bit of a mixed bag today so please give them both a chance and try to enjoy yourself in the process.

If you would like your music to be featured in a future post then please get in touch; luke@routenote.com or on twitter @monkeyhotel

The first artist I’d like to show you is a duo currently working on their debut album Leaving Atlantis.

A really nice mixture traditional songwriting seasoned with electronics, these few tracks should be just about enough to get you interested in learning more about the band, and you can do exactly that by visiting their website.

Leaving Atlantis by Leaving Atlantis

How do you follow up delightful songwriting? With some extremely creative Canadian progressive house. Although Snork doesn’t describe himself as progressive I can’t think of a better word to describe his inventive creations. Dance music at its best should be an amalgamation of ideas that allow a track to drive itself, and Snork does this perfectly. Why not take a little listen to these three numbers and see what you think?

RootMusic BandPage by Snork_

And that’s your lot, until next time.

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