SOULFUL SUNDAY – 10 Musings For The Laziest Day Of The Week

9 October 2022

The 7th day is one to be lazy, to relax, to walk in slow-mo
from your bed to your couch, to have a glass of wine and
to listen to musings/reveries/ballads that massage your
ears and mind gently.

Turn Up The Volume picked 10 new musings
to create the fitting atmosphere for a blissful trance.

Start dreaming

1. ‘Glide’ by PAUL WELLER

Lovely ballad of his 2018 album True Meanings

2. ‘Isn’t That What Jimi Said? by CAESAR SPENCER

New track by Paris-based singer/songwriter. An ode to
the late giant guitar hero Jimi Henrdix. His debut album
Get Out Into Yourself comes out on 4 November.

3. ‘The Strangle Of Anna’ by THE MOONLANDINGZ (Sheffield UK)

Featuring Fat White Family’s vocalist Lias Saoudi and Rebecca Lucy Taylor (Self Esteem).
Murder ballad from 2017 debut longplayer Interplanetary Class Classics.

(pic by Turn Up The Volume! Amsterdam, 2017)

4. ‘I Never Gonna Change’ by SHARON VAN ETTEN

A deluxe edition of this year’s album We’ve Been Going About This All Wrong
lands on 11 November. It’ll feature 2 new tracks including this jewel.

5. ‘Spoon’ by WAKE

Blues singer/songwriter from Hull, UK
with his moony and moody debut single.

6. ‘Stars At Noon’ by TINDERSTICKS

New single by Nottingham barflies led by
natural-born crooner Stuart A. Staples.

7. ‘Dive In’ by LEAH WELLER

The wonderful daughter of Paul Weller.

Dive In is a sweet little pearl from her
upcoming debut album Freedom.

8. You Want It Darker by IGGY POP

A bone-chilling cover of the title track of Leonard Cohen’s final album.
It’ll feature on a new Cohen tribute full-length, out next month.


The moniker of songstress/multi-instrumentalist Brittany Tsewole from Boston, MA.
This new piece is a meditative and dance-y track that’s lyrically centered around overcoming addiction and becoming mentally and physically healthy.

10. ‘Light In Your Soul’ by STARRY SKIES

Scottish folk rock band

The song is a gripping tribute to Prime Minister Of New Zealand Jacinda Ardern
who embraces all humans. It’s part of the band’s 4th album Small Wonders.

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