Just a quick update to let you know that higher quality digital downloads are now available in FLAC (CD quality) and MP3-320.
Producer, singer, and songwriter Erik Rico is a big inspiration for me. I recently got to interview him about his views on faith, and you can check that out right here: uplftmnt interview with Erik Rico.
I love Makoto’s music, and the Human Elements album has long been a favorite of mine. Makoto jumps genres on the record in an expert fashion, artfully mixing chillout and drum and bass music. The songs’ soulfulness draws them all together.
Previously you could only get Human Elements on CD and vinyl, but Good Looking is finally wandering into the era of digital music, and releasing the album for download (more on that at Leisure Lab).
While “Time” featuring Cleveland Watkiss is the central single, and one of my favorite drum and bass songs ever, Makoto made a cohesive album with Human Elements, and every song shines. The record is an inspiration for me, and one I think you should check out if you don’t already own it.
I’ve dropped the price on Boom Bap Sunrise: Rural Sounds Volume 1. You can now get the CD for 8.99, which is actually less than the digital version! Get it right here: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/zanetate
I give away a free song from time to time for subscribers, but this is going to be a bit bigger than that.