Money & Nicotine is the second of several songs resulting from the creative collaboration of Sleeping Together, producer Tayte Nickols of Manchester’s Madfox studio and mastering engineer Matt Colton of Metropolis studios.
"Dancing with a Broken Heart" is the story of picking up the pieces of my heart after a discouraging breakup. It's about my journey to loving myself and my life again and I am certain other people can relate to that message." Randi
"hmm.... I'm too old to play games with all of this, so I'll begin by saying that as a seventy-year-old I'm enjoying challenging myself in countless respects by ATTEMPTING to write and produce (solo and with the most basic of "desk" studios) quality songs --- despite my severely limited musical/technical proficiencies". Laredo's Bag
"I hope to offer comfort to anyone who is experiencing an extended dark time after their breakup. I want them to know they are not alone but above all I want them to know that there is hope. You can heal." Constanza Herrero
"She’d come back to the house in secret when I was at work for a few weeks to do laundry etc. while getting resettled. This song is my perspective and written during this difficult time of my life. The song was never fully finished until the pandemic gave me lots of time to work on original songs and really start digging through old memories." Robbie Rapids
You just gotta love this Garage Rock raccoons: Their hilarious sense of humor and plain talent; their own, unique approach to making music; the clear and solid friendship they have with each other; their excellent music videos made with almost zero budget. You've got to admit, their DIY approach to everything they do has clearly worked very good for them, creating for them a solid identity both on social media and their community.
"I still remember the first time I worked on "Rough". I was on the train to Munich for an acting job and I thought of my boyfriend and how nice it would be to be together now and that it doesn't matter how - as long as I feel his touch. Kaysa Rya
Thank you so much for being here, I’m really pleased with our numbers growing every single week, I hope you keep enjoying this your round up for 9 Albums/EPs you should listen to, this time Week 39.
"Hey there! Thanks for checking out Only Bodies. We hope you’ll go on a journey with our self-titled EP as it explores the difficulties that come with the emotional growing pains inherent to love. Our music aims to balance sincerity and honesty with thoughtfulness and tact. Also, to make you wiggle your booty." - Only Bodies