All posts by: Honestly Gold

Dream Wife – “Somebody”

Listening to Dream Wife, it’s not difficult to hear the fusion of their British and Icelandic roots. Their work carries the punch and snark of a London punk outfit but...

Cigarettes After Sex – “Apocalypse”

Sometimes you need music that you can just lay back into like a soft blanket. No pulsating energy to contend with, no abrasive edges. Not boring, of course. Just something...

Fhin – “Quand On Arrive En Ville”

Happy Easter! That’s about as far as I’m going to go trying to make this post relevant to the holiday. “Quand On Arrive En Ville” by french producer Fhin is...

Sigrid – “Don’t Kill My Vibe”

No, this isn’t a Kendrick Lamar cover. But, it is a brilliant pop song from Norwegian newcomer Sigrid, who shrugs off her partner’s attempts to control her life in this...

Chastity Belt – “Different Now”

In Rob Sheffield’s book, Love Is A Mixtape, he writes about his love of Nirvana as the only band at the time that was singing about adult issues like marriage...

J.I.D. – “LAUDER”

While you might (somewhat accurately) assume that any hip hop coming out of Atlanta is going to be somewhere in the spectrum of dirty south trap, focused on beats and hooks,...

Lusine – “Just A Cloud” (feat. Vilja Larjosto)

Familiarizing myself with Seattle producer Lusine and his new album on Ghostly International, Sensorimotor, I really enjoyed experiencing the ways he pushes his sound in various directions. There’s a consistent soul...

Usher – “No Limit” (Mozado Remix)

Not much to say about this other than it’s got some real wavvy Friday vibes going on. Perfect jam to pre-party to before going out for the night. No limit....

International Women’s Day Tribute: St. Vincent

For International Women’s Day 2017, I’d like to take a moment to celebrate an amazing woman in music and candidate for one of my favorite artists of all time: St....

Thomas White – “shiver”

A few years ago I heard this track on SoundCloud that I still think is one of the most chilling, impressive things I’ve ever heard. Thomas White did a ghostly...