Weekly Jukebox: 3/1/10

The Temper Trap – “Sweet Disposition”

This amazingly beautiful track just feels right.  The soft vocals, pounding drum beat and overall airy sound makes it a song that begs to be listened to.  These Australian boys have a great thing going with their album, Conditions.  “Sweet Disposition” is popping up all over the place and I was reminded of its brilliance when it sprang up in the film (500) Days of Summer.  I guarantee that this track will find its way into heavy rotation on your play list.

iTunes

The Temper Trap - Conditions - Sweet Disposition

Amazon Music



Erik Hassle – “Hurtful”

Swedish Fish are my favorite candies.  I guess it is no surprise that I like Erik Hassle.  I mean, he is from Sweden and his hair is bright red.  Glaring similarities to my favorite candies aside, I really am digging his single, “Hurtful”.  His style reminds me a lot of the poppy soul singing of Gavin DeGraw.  This track is sweet.  Sweet like candy.

iTunes

Erik Hassle - Hurtful - Single - Hurtful

Amazon Music


Kina Grannis – “Valentine”

Back in 2007, Kina Grannis got big time exposure when her track ““Message From Your Heart” won an on-line contest and was aired during the Super Bowl.  97 million views got a glimpse of Kina.  Not a bad start to a music career, huh?  Kina’s style embodies the sunny California coffeehouse scene.  “Valentine” is a warm and fuzzy kinda song that is good not only in February, but all year round.

iTunes

Kina Grannis - Stairwells - Valentine

Amazon Music



About the Author

Kevin has a long history of discovering the best music out there. He started off as an event coordinator for a ton of different types of shows and slowly started to grow his musical interests over time. Maybe some of those interests included the Baja Men, maybe they didn't.

Comments are closed.