Get that AC unit secured so it doesn’t kill someone on your street and celebrate the beginning of a season of sweat with fresh music.Read More
A rant about musical identity and a playlist with more earworms than you can count.Read More
After Storm Jonas suffocated all of us in our apartments, I got a sudden surge of energy for music again.Read More
This month it seems music has returned to its golden age of the mid '00s. New Beach House, Neon Indian, Vanessa Carlton (!?), Small Black, and Foals.Read More
July's playlist will be in a perpetual rotation in your mind's jukebox.Read More
etween your allergies and trying to make it to graduation parties and finals, this playlist will lift you to energetic highs, soulful grooves and danceable melodies.Read More
Just like April teeters between cool winter winds and warm spring breezes, the April playlist playfully skips between power pop and sultry electronic.Read More
Sleepy pop songs, melodic rock and gentle beats will ease the chilling winds and give a mild reminder that spring is on the way. New music from Colorado bands, Marti & the Dads and Panther Martin and some sultry minimalist electronic from SALFUMÁN.Read More
This month's playlist is all about female singers, synth with a sprinkling of jazz and hip-hop. It's something you could listen to with the family over the holiday's, or escaping your family and driving around your hometown with old friends turned acquaintances. Plus, there's a good number of downloadable songs for the plane, subway or wifi hole in your road trip home.
New music from King Tuff, Made In Heights and a whole lot of music that you didn't know you needed until it got cold.
"Eat With Them Pigs Boy" - Gurls
You know what was missing in your life? Nordic, minimalistic jazz pop. Just listen to it, you'll get it.
"Candour" - Oceaán
If synths got any smoother, they just wouldn't exist. The silky vocals and entrancing melody keep this track fresh and irresistible.
"All We Do" - Oh Wonder
It happens to everyone, the winter melancholy feeling. Now you have a song that can embody that. Oh Wonder gives you permission to dwell for a little bit.
June brings music festivals, thunderstorms and new releases. Sound in the Static has put together a playlist to accompany you on your long road trips, nights around a fire or to simply catch you up to speed on all the latest hits from Avi Buffalo, Sharon Van Etten, Sylvan Esso and Andrew Bird or to find new favorites like Phox, Bedroom and Ratking.