My latest Spotify playlist for subscribers has been posted. Title “The Nostalgists,” the playlist features some of my favorite songs by a loosely-connected group of artists typified by softly melancholy music that seems purposefully composed for autumn walks and thumbing through faded photos.
Accompanying the playlist is the latest episode of my “Playlist Breakdown” podcast, in which I spotlight one of the playlist’s songs and why it’s so special and meaningful. In this latest breakdown, I talk about “Garden Constellations” by July Skies (who has long been one of my favorite “nostalgist” artists). “Garden Constellations” originally appeared on July Skies’ 2002 debut, Dreaming of Spires.
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