Aural treasures await, as Today’s Top Tune reveals our this week’s offerings. We start with a tasty treat from newcomer ford. Mexican muse Ximena Sariñana shares new work. If you like Mother Mother, you’ll have the opportunity to hear more when they appear at The Moroccan Lounge on Jan. 16 and Jan. 17. Plus, we hear from gender-bending producer Lawrence Rothman. And, we close out the week with Guster ,who perform on Morning Becomes Eclectic later this month.
Luc Bradford aka ford. has traveled far and wide, with those experiences informing his diverse production palette. “Warmth” is a sparkly song featuring Sophie Meiers on vocals.
Mexican child actor Ximena Sariñana made her musical debut with a Grammy-nominated album 10 years ago. As we await a new album in March, “Que Tiene” is already a hit in Mexico.
Vancouver-based Mother Mother’s lead singer Ryan Guldemond took a fateful trip to Costa Rica, where he found a secluded spot to work in. Lost in his thoughts, a stranger struck up a conversation about following one’s dream. Soon after, the anthemic “Get Up” was born.
LA-based shapeshifting artist known as Lawrence Rothman conveys the struggle with gender identity and family conflict, to create a mini-album of confessional avant-pop. Grab the track “Oath” today.
We’re off to a good new year now that Guster released their new album! Spunky and energetic “Overexcited” is yours with the click of a button.