Weekly Playlist: Waiting For Fall

So, the first day of fall is just around the corner. But if you live in New York, or on the West Coast, or basically anywhere in the US, we're still stuck in the dead of summer. Here's hoping this playlist helps coax some cool air into all our lives.

 

"Hearing Blue"

by Little Tybee

Little Tybee will charm the sweat right off your back with their bevy of strings and exuberant rhythms.

 

"Youthemism"

by Coral Bones

Coral Bones // photo cred: James Talbot

Coral Bones // photo cred: James Talbot

This somewhat eerie ditty by Coral Bones is a perfect soundscape for the beginnings of autumn.

"Tell The Falling Sun"

by KaiL Baxley

KaiL Baxley // photo cred: Taylor Lewis

KaiL Baxley // photo cred: Taylor Lewis

KaiL Baxley will serenade you into a glorious mood with his supremely soulful ballads. Listen to this and then listen to his entire sophomore album, A Light That Never Dies because it's gorgeous. 

"Black Woods, White Beach" 

by Afterlife Parade

Go for a walk in the woods with Afterlife Parade's winsome indie rock.

"Lilly" 

by Jaye Bartell

Jaye Bartell // photo cred: Rebecca Cleal

Jaye Bartell // photo cred: Rebecca Cleal

Get to know Jaye Bartell and his beautifully stark music.

"When We Were Young" 

by EchoDroides

EchoDroides' dreamy electro-pop will keep you cool until the weather decides it's ready to be fall-like. 

"In Praise Of Shadows" 

by CFCF

This artful producer's ambient sounds are deliciously cool and crisp.

"Black Diamond" 

by AYER

AYER // photo cred: Bastard Fanzine

AYER // photo cred: Bastard Fanzine

This sparkling ballad by AYER is the cloud you can float on straight into cooler weather.

"Til The Sun" 

by Solvey

Solvey // photo cred: Catherine Zambri Riggs

Solvey // photo cred: Catherine Zambri Riggs

The somber tones of this number by rock powerhouse Solvey will help distract you from the heat for sure. 

"Out of the Blue"

by Bailiff

Bailiff // photo cred: Kyle Le Mere

Bailiff // photo cred: Kyle Le Mere

This lullaby-like number by Bailiff is the perfect soundtrack for fall...fall will be here soon, we promise.