TheLarchWood’s Song of the Day: Baths – Seaside Town

Seaside Town, the 6th track off of Bath’s 2011 compilation album Pop Music/False B-Sides has been nothing but an immense spur to nostalgia for those who know the story of a thirteen-year-old witch’s struggle with finding inspiration and flying in a moment of self-doubt from Hayao Miyazaki’s 1989’s beloved coming-of-age masterpiece ” 魔女の宅急便 ” or simply, “Kiki’s Delivery Service”. And here we are, only six … Continue reading TheLarchWood’s Song of the Day: Baths – Seaside Town

TheLarchWood’s Song of the Day: Beyoncé – Bigger

It’s has become quite a trend lately that bigger movies coming along not only with an intangible soundtrack but using even bigger artists to make a confederate album as well. So after the huge success of Black Panther album, The Lion King had its own path to tag along with. And as an upshot, the audience got The Lion King: The gift from Beyoncé. The … Continue reading TheLarchWood’s Song of the Day: Beyoncé – Bigger

Remembering Glenn Miller and His Orchestra’s I know Why (And So Do you)

Record Company: RCA Manufacturing Co., Inc. Pressed By RCA Records Pressing Plant, Indianapolis I Know Why (And So Do You) (Jazz, Pop) is turning 78 on this 25th July. A song by Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, written by Mark Gordon (lyrics) and Harry Warren (music). The song featured vocals by Paula Kelly and The Four Modernaires and was released in 1941. The single reached … Continue reading Remembering Glenn Miller and His Orchestra’s I know Why (And So Do you)

#DISCOVER: Song Of The Mountain

How does it feel like to be able to find a piece of music from seemingly nowhere and to bond over by sharing the interests for your daily episodes into life? I know the feeling is absolutely gorgeous.. The Larch Wood’s #DISCOVER section is all about for the music and artists especially hidden behind the rushes of daily releases and often underappreciated. Starting off with … Continue reading #DISCOVER: Song Of The Mountain

TheLarchWood’s Song of the Day: Bill Evans & Jim Hall – Skating In Central Park

“Skating In Central Park” was originally written by John Lewis for “Odds Against Tomorrow”, a 1959’s film produced and directed by Robert Wise. The Modern Jazz Quartet recorded the tune for the film and for their album Music from Odds Against Tomorrow and released it in 1959 on United Artists Record. Bill Evans and Jim Hall re-record the waltz and released it on their 1962 … Continue reading TheLarchWood’s Song of the Day: Bill Evans & Jim Hall – Skating In Central Park

Le Mariage Collectif – A Soundtrack Worth Remembering

If you type in Le Mariage Collectif or simply Collective Marriage on Google, it’s definitely unlike most of the search results you would get for a movie. There’s not much out there on internet about it that might be of your interest. Mariage Collectif has been anything but remembered by history as an important movie, that’s for sure, a fact even admitted by the press … Continue reading Le Mariage Collectif – A Soundtrack Worth Remembering

TheLarchWood’s Song of the Day: Mitski – Nobody

It’s your usual moody Saturday again and what could be better than listening to some moody indie rock ballad that runs along with the runaway pop culture with resembling pace and motion. From Mitski’s fifth studio album Be the Cowboy, Nobody is TheLarchWood’s Song of the Day getting 5 conifer cones out of 5 for the day. Listen Below. Continue reading TheLarchWood’s Song of the Day: Mitski – Nobody

TheLarchWood’s Song of the Day: Eric Church – Springsteen

I remember listening to Springsteen for the first time on some online radio back in 2012. It was sublime. Reminded me of my high school romance that I had thought I would not be able to live without. But there I was….taking a long walk off a short pier. Springsteen was released as a single off Eric Church’s third studio album Chief on February 21, … Continue reading TheLarchWood’s Song of the Day: Eric Church – Springsteen

TheLarchWood’s Song of the Day: Kacey Musgraves – Lonely Weekend

Almost a year ago on March 30th, 2018 Kacey Musgraves released her fourth studio album Golden Hour through MCA Nashville. Kacey co-wrote and co-produced all the 13 tracks in the album with Daniel Tashian and Ian Fitchuk. And there’s no better time to listen to it than March itself. The 2nd track off Golden Hour: Lonely Weekend is TheLarchWood’s Song of the Day getting 5 … Continue reading TheLarchWood’s Song of the Day: Kacey Musgraves – Lonely Weekend

TheLarchWood’s Song of the Day: Poemme – Tadpoles

One distinctive feature of Poemme’s 2017’s album BLOOMING SPRING has to be its arbitrary emancipation. The album isn’t restricted to any emotional boundaries. It doesn’t deliver a sense of deep melancholy or morbidness, neither does it express an utmost bliss that goes beyond our cognition. Rather it gives out a feeling of a conventional and convivial life that we are fastened with. The 3rd track … Continue reading TheLarchWood’s Song of the Day: Poemme – Tadpoles