Rormix Picks

Rormix Picks #39

I have to apologise to those of you that are regular perusers of We Close Tonight for the unreliable, and essentially invisible, nature of posts across the last few weeks. The only excuse I can offer up is that I work two jobs, study on a part-time course and have been covering the election (among other things) so there are plenty of unread emails and wonderful tunes that deserve coverage that haven’t had any yet.

However, Rormix are providing you with five whole tracks to help you get through the next couple of days of potential radio silence from me as their marvellous app ushers in five more top tunes that you NEED to get into your ears. Go on, download the app – but make sure you listen to all these tracks first, they’ll whet your appetite.

Click the images for the sounds;

MOTHXR – Centrefold

MOTHXR are a band from Brooklyn, NY, comprised of Jimmy Giannopoulos, Simon Oscroft, Penn Badgley & Darren Will. Perfect for fans of Alt-J, Everything Everything and Grizzly Bear – this is their latest track ‘Centrefold’ which premiered on Nylon last month.



The Lonely Wild – Running

The Lonely Wild recently emerged from Tiny Telephone Studios in San Francisco with a new record and a new lease on life. The first glimpse listeners get of Chasing White Light, The Lonely Wild’s self-proclaimed “death album,” is a sweeping tour-de-force called “Running.”

The Lonely Wild


Mary Jennings – Home

With an enormous singing voice that transcends her small frame, an extraordinary rock sound full of robust piano hooks, and a one-of-a-kind storytelling ability drawn from a remarkable and emotional history, Mary has carved out her own unique niche in the industry by doing things her way.

Mary Jennings


PILLGRIM – Disclosure

Pillgrim is a 22 year old singer-songwriter from Mexico. He released his first EP in February, and is influenced by the likes of Justin Timberlake, Florence Welch and Thom Yorke amongst others, creating an alternative style of R’n’B.



Ella Squirrell – Quiet Fire

Ella grew up in rural Dorset to the sound of her father’s mandolin and learned to play percussion and guitar. She has been writing songs for four years inspired by poetry, found narratives and a wide range of musical influences from folk and soul to jazz and electronica.

Ella Squirrell


Lovely stuff.


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