Thursday, August 8, 2019

Happy National CBD Day! Enjoy These Five Mellow Tracks From San Antonio Artists

Posted By on Thu, Aug 8, 2019 at 1:02 PM

click to enlarge CHRIS CONDE
  • Chris Conde
In case you didn't know, today is National CBD Day.

In case you partake, here's a chilled-out playlist from local artists that you can relax to while enjoying the hemp-based cannabinoid. Whether you use the oil, smoke from a vape pen or munch on delicious gummies, sample from these five songs that won’t harsh your mellow.

Elnuh “City of Oz”
click to enlarge FACEBOOK, ELENA LOPEZ
  • Facebook, Elena Lopez
Sounding like it could have appeared on an ’80s movie soundtrack, Elnuh’s “City of Oz” is daydream-inducing track propelled by lo-fi drums, reverberating keyboards and spacey vocal harmonies.

Chris Maddin “Stuck in Edit”
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From his 2017 magnum opus Sterequiem, Chris Maddin’s “Stuck in Edit” is led by a steady piano progression embellished by echoing lead guitar chords. The result feels like being carried away on a cloud. Once those elements come together with Maddin’s warm tenor vocals, the song seems like it was made for a nap in the middle of a park.



Demitasse “There’s Still Beauty at the Base of the Mountain”
click to enlarge RAMIN SAMANDARI
  • Ramin Samandari
Channeling the Beatles circa Revolver, Demitasse’s “There’s Still Beauty at the Base of the Mountain” is cheerful and curious slab of song-craft benefitting from warm vocal melodies, piano arpeggios and a mid-to-uptempo beat.

Mr. Pidge “Josh Is in the Club (Osid)”
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With its laid back hip-hop beat, Mr. Pidge’s “Josh is in the Club (Osid)” feels more like an interlude at first, but the lo-fi harmonies and impressive saxophone leads take the song to sophisticated heights.

Sunny and the Sunliners “I only have Eyes for You”
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San Antonio legend and Chicano soul pioneer Sunny Ozuna's version of “I Only Have Eyes For You” is simply amazing. After the song opens with tremolo-heavy guitar chords, Ozuna’s smooth vocals take listeners on a '60s journey aided by warm electric piano and staccato trumpet bursts.



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