WTUL just posted charts for the last two weeks, and Music for the DMV is at #7 on the Electronic Charts for the week of 01/28/19 – 02/03/19, and #16 Overall, #4 Electronic for the week of 02/04/19 – 02/10/19!
“If there was ever the perfect example of ‘soundscapes’ this is it. So much to take in, so much to get lost in. Sometimes twisted but always enchanting.”
See the full post over on the blog!
Zaph Mann reached out to me with some kind words after the Wormhole World sampler led him to listen to Music for the DMV. He didn’t stop there, though — thanks to his sonic exploration, Orca, Attack!, my project with husband David Miller Rodriguez, has had its radio/podcast debut! Zaph playlisted my remix of Dave’s brilliant song “Only Midnight Knows” on his January 25 show and had some really nice things to say about our Composer Challenges project.
While one would think that relaxing sounds would be the best thing to help survive another license renewal, Kelly uses a variety of shiny textures and bright melodies to instead provide distraction. And there’s plenty of that to be found here, as well as charm, especially in the three tracks classed as Gymnopedies. Best of all, however, is Call My Number, which has an almost comical sense of yearning and absolutely reminds me of that time when the scheduling system crashed at the DMV and I lost my place in line.
Full list here.