The Seraphims - "Conciousness Of Happening" (2:13)
Gary Davenport - "Sarra" (5:00)
Some Of My Best Friends Are Canadians - "Feeling Sheepish" (4:09)
The Rising Storm - "Frozen Laughter" (3:12)
Warfield Spillers - "Daddy's Little Girl" (4:50)
Joyce Heath - "I Wouldn't Dream Of It" (2:17)
Joe Tossini & Friends - "Wild Dream" (4:29)
Scott Seskind - "I Remember" (2:52)
Angel - "Driving (Down)" (4:28)
Nini Raviolette & Hugo Weris - "Slow" (1:05)
Nora Guthrie - "Home Before Dark" (2:38)
Once - "Joanna" (3:17)
Review: Sky Girl is the work of two noted (but arguably under-appreciated) crate diggers, DJ Sundae and Julien Dechery, and gathers together a veritable treasure trove of obscure material loosely connected by (in the label's own words) "the same longing sentiment". Its' fifteen tracks touch on a variety of hazy, down-tempo styles, and were recorded at various points between 1961 and '91. There's much to admire throughout, from the folksy psychedelic pop of The Rising Storm's "Frozen Laughter", and spoken word eccentricity of Scott Seskind's "I Remember", to the dreamy, eyes-closed ambience of Nini Raviolette & Hugo Weris' "Slow" and string-laden samba-folk of Nora Guthrie's "Home Before Dark".
Don't Let Love Walk Out In Us (T Groove mix) (3:47)
Review: Paul Craver's smooth strain of jazzed-out house music has been MIA since 2013, and we're glad to hear some of it back on our charts with such fervor. The man returns to Sundae Soul Recordings with two fine-ass cuts, the first of which is an edit of a certain track called "Back To You" (unnamed for legal reasons), and it's one of those seductive soul ballads that sounds just perfect on the dancefloor. On the flip, T Groove drops a mix of "Don't Let Love Walk Out In Us" and, once again, we have a lovely blend of disco-leaning soul on our hands - perfect for just about any situation involving lovers and the moonlight. Gorgeous.