Jason Warner

Quirk Weekend Music Mix

by Jason Warner

2013/03/01

Hi there!                                                                                                  

Welcome to another edition of the Quirk Weekend Music Mix. Here we share a few lovely tracks being sent around the office by some dedicated QuirkStars. It’s turned out to be quite the folk-laden mix today, so enjoy!

Be sure to tune into 2Oceansvibe Radio. They’ll be featuring the Quirk Weekend Music Mix on The Premier Show with Seth Rotherham and Bruce Good between 10am and 1pm on Fridays. You can catch the audio stream over at the 2Oceansvibe’s website.

Now, slap on those headphones!

Josh Ritter - New Lover

Shared by Gareth le Grange

American singer-songwriter, Josh Ritter, has treated us to this naturally melancholic track off of his latest album. The music video is suitably beautiful, too! 

 

Horse Feathers - This Is What

Shared by Gareth le Grange

Sticking with the folky vibes, have a listen to this track by Portland indie band, Horse Feathers. It’s perfect for a Cape Town sunset session.   

 

Field Report - I Am Not Waiting Anymore

Shared by Gareth le Grange

Like we said, three folk tracks in one post. Yeah, we’re crazy like that. Led by Christopher Porterfield, a former band mate of Justin Vernon (of Bon Iver fame), Field Report are a dandy band with dandy songs. Enjoy! 

 

We hope you enjoyed this week’s Quirk Weekend Music Mix. Because we’re all about sharing, we’d like to know what you are listening to. So go ahead, make our day.

About The Author

Jason Warner joined the Cape Town Quirk office in early 2010. Jason naturally gravitated towards a life online after spending many hours on his dad’s computer playing Duke Nukem 3D and he has found himself behind some screen or another ever since. Now, he works as a Content Strategist within the agency, soaking up the web one day a time.

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