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Cuz Being with you Just Feels right…

First Official Single from Summer Breeze.

Beat Produced by Times New Roman (me)
additional production by The Island

Summer Breeze the Album coming August 20th

Hit me up +1617-440-5888
Artwork by Billy Foshay


Childish Gambino - ‘3005’ Live at Splendour In The Grass

(Submitted by Rex Woods)


Check out this freestyle from Gambino’s show in Australia. 

Download for FREE and bump it loud at every community function. Stay tuned for more off our debut album in the next couple weeks!

MOTM has partnered with Pledge Music to offer exclusive merchandise packages through an online pre-sale campaign which will help fund the album printing, production, and tour. With a nation wide tour, new music, and more coming this year, 2014 is shaping up to be an exciting year for MOTM. Keep your eyes peeled for further updates.

Written & Produced by: Mansions On The Moon
Background Vocals: Codi Caraco
Guitar: David Ott
Mixed and Engineered by: David Ott
Additional production: Neal Pogue

Copyright 2014, Mansions On The Moon



☁ official remix for the v talented Melanie Martinez ☁

available on iTunes on 7/22 through Atlantic Records
Buy: (@JaiWolfx)


Booking/Inquiries: Ben & Ken -


- Rumor has it that the newlyweds, Kim & Kanye (Kimye) shared their first dance as husband and wife to this song.

- Kanye was so impressed with The Rooftop Boys he tried to sign us to a Yeezy endorsement deal, but we politely declined because The Rooftop Boys do not wear shoes.

- Once Kanye realized we added additional vocals (the “yeah, yeah, yeah’s”), he insisted we sing backups on every record off his next album. We still haven’t signed anything…



"On You" is a collaboration between @goldlink & Chet Faker and the latest in @yourstrulysf & adidas originals#songsfromscratch series.

Witness the making of this and other #songsfromscratch by Kelela, Tink, Jeremih, Shlohmo, Chance the Rapper, Nosaj Thing, Danny Brown, Araabmuzik and more at

“On You”
Produced by Chet Faker
Mixed & Mastered by Alex Ben-Abdallah
Artwork by Babak Khoshnoud

"Memories That You Call (feat. Monsoonsiren)" from the recently announced full-length album ‘In Return’, out September 9th, 2014 on Counter Records (an imprint of @Ninja-Tune).

PRE-ORDER ‘In Return’ in 2xLP Vinyl, CD, 24-bit WAV, 16-bit WAV, and MP3 now at

Tickets for the 2014 In Return Tour on sale now at

Can feel your heart
Yearning slow
Can feel
Slow all the memories, that you call




Frida Hyvönen Gives You: Music from Drottninglandet

The second in Frida Hyvönen’s series of experimental works was carried out in 2009 in collaboration with photographer Elin Berge, whose exhibition Drottninglandet documents a region in northeastern Sweden that’s home to a number of women who’ve moved there from Thailand to live with Swedish men. Berge describes the project as “a narrative of longing, and the dream of a better life,” as these women leave “the Kingdom” (Thailand) for “Queen Country” (Drottninglandet).

As Hyvönen seeks a musical language for this narrative, she produces, oddly enough, a personal, intuitive, imaginative music, as if her best way to her ostensible subjects is via spiritual communion. This might be what she meant when she said these collaborative works could employ a “new, foul language.” Drottninglandet shows a new side of her, the bedroom recording artist, or a semblance thereof, playing every part herself, occasionally losing herself in an intimate process. Unlike PUDEL, whose music had to support a dance performance, Drottninglandet requires nothing more than incidental music. Hyvönen’s has a pleasing looseness. The delicate feeling of the music would be lost if the compositions were too overworked. Even as she adds new instruments and skills to her resume, she calms the listener with imperfection.

The album’s ten untitled, numbered tracks contain few voices, and fewer words. The only track that’s identified by name is “Somewhere Over the Rainbow,” on which Hyvönen accompanies, with a variety of synthesizer tones, a music box rendering of the melody. The album might be better without it. It’s the only moment where I wonder if the artists aren’t putting words in the mouths of their subjects, selling out their hopes to a Western canon. Better is the next track, a new melody of waiting punctuated by the ceaseless tick of a clock. In her most private moments, Hyvönen has a way of discovering music that feels universally applicable to narratives of longing.

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Time Is Running Out | Muse

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