Tagged: mood: casual

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Bibi Zhou – Time

Bibi’s back with Time, a full 10-track album that includes hit singles Sing Half a Song and Your Love — which was dedicated to her fans. At first listen, there isn’t anything remarkable about Time as an album, but it has its merits.

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Huacho

Huacho tells the story of a low-income family in central Chile, following the point of view of each member –- grandparents Clemira and Cornelio, daughter Alejandra, and her pre-teenager boy Manuel –- for a period of 24 hours, as they deal with the overlap of modern and rural life.

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Tea Date

Tea Date is an American/Korean short film starring Mark Barkan and Doona Bae as an English teacher and his Korean student, respectively.

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Madeleine Peyroux – Bare Bones

It might be her soothing voice and the simple yet beautiful melody, or maybe it’s the French name… but there must be something that makes Madeleine Peyroux worth listening to.

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Hathaways – Hand Me Down

Hathaways’ first EP release Hand me Down is a really fresh startup for the duo, who combine indie folk with Peruvian flavor that sounds familiar, yet brand new.

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Juri Ueno – AO AKUA

AO AKUA is Japanese actress Juri Ueno’s follow-up to A Piacere. This time around, Juri travels to Maui on an energetic/cleansing trip experience. Accompanying her and in charge of the photos is Yuichiro Kobayashi.

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Yasunari Kawabata – The Old Capital (Kioto)

The Old Capital tells the story of a 20-year-old girl named Chieko in Post-War Kyoto, daughter of a Kimono maker, who discovers she was an abandoned child. Then one day, she discovers something while attending one of the many festivities in the city.