Jazz Morley – Safe Place

“Safe Place” by Jazz Morley is an easy listening track with a chilled out beat. Simple synths and mellow beats give this track a great structure. About the track, she says, “This is a love song written about where I live and who I have in my life. It marks a shift in my own mental health, happiness and creativity. Being a full-time musician, life can be exciting, spontaneous and hugely rewarding but also chaotic, unpredictable and at times, unstable. For the first time in my life, I am happy with who I am, and where I reside- next to the sea, along the beautiful Dorset coastline.” Personally, I think Jazz Morley will go on to really make a name for herself within downtempo pop.

Lil Uzi Vert – XO TOUR Llif3 (Brasstracks Cover)

My mom just walked into my office while I was listening to Brasstracks’s latest cover, and said, “This sounds like Herb Alpert and The Tijuana Brass.” Then we proceeded to watch a bunch of Herb Alpert videos on YouTube, and I played her more of those sweet, sweet Tracks of Brass. Anyway, my mom is a Brasstracks fan now, but quite honestly, who isn’t a Brasstracks fan?

By the way, my dad literally just walked downstairs and again, heard me as I was writing this post. As he passed, he said, “listening to a little Herb Alpert?” Basically, my parents are apparently big Herb Alpert fans, I have no idea why I haven’t played them Brasstracks before, ok goodnight