is a sonically curious soul who fuses folk, rock and effervescent electronics. Multi-instrumentalist Marc Rigelsford from Manchester is something of a folk bard, washing a pine-scented rural quality over modern electronics as if his songs were penned on the bark of a tree trunk before being forced through a computer. Abrasive, harmonic or downright groovy, it’s anything but subtle for mister Magic Arm.
I can't sleep to Jazz.
So slow, beautiful and sleep inducing. Good night indeed.
Anything by him. Piano and bathing just works.
I think this would be perfect for no particular reason.
The entire Ennio Morricone back catalogue would be comforting.
I'd go for a classic like this.
This is great in a club. I always forget how strange it is and it feels like I'm hearing it for the first time.
I think it would add some jeopardy to the experience.
This has the ability to give you just about the right amount of confidence needed for dates.
Years ago I was playing «Oh You Pretty Things» quite loudly and the police turned up.
It makes late night motorway driving seem like an exciting computer game.
Some friends and I took a trip to Loch Lomond in Scotland. We only had one tape in the car which was «The Best Of James Taylor». Great summer time memories.
Good for thinking about the good 'ole days and living off the land etc..
«It ruins me every time...»
After waking, I'll keep the Buena Vista record on.
My parents like Phil Collins. So, anything from «No Jacket Required». It's his best album and it reminds me of going on holiday.
I like trains. I don't trust planes. Some whisky and «So You'll Aim Toward The Sky» would make the experience just about bearable.
I started playing chess with my neighbour downstairs. We always listen to «Noble Beast». It's good thinking music.
It's just music for rivers and sitting down.
It is terrifying at the best of times, so, let's try that.
Very hazy and just right for watching the bustle.
On a sunny morning «Chan Chan» is the perfect start. By the time the trumpet comes in I'm pretty much ready for the day.
In driving heavy rain I think listening to this would be amazing.