“There is a big beautiful world of love out there that has nothing to do with sex or lust! It includes loving yourself, making space and time for yourself. It includes loving your friends, listening to them and doing the same for them as you do for yourself. And it includes your family, and your pets. And even strangers on the street! But none of these things are valued as much as the other type of love. So my advice is value those things. Start with valuing self love and go from there. See what happens.”
To read Saint Spicer’s full interview with River Beats click here
“For this single, I worked with a producer named Born Soul. This was the first single that we worked on together. When I got to his studio we got right down to business. It was very organic. He picked out the sample that you hear at the beginning and put it to a swing beat. I was immediately inspired and came up with the first verse right away. We parted ways, then I went home and had the song completed within a week or so. We felt it needed something special, so I asked Jason Cherry, a bassist in Austin, to add that dope bassline. Then it was just a matter of the saxophone solo!”
Click here to read the full Q&A with Saint Spicer on Frame The Stage.
“Life is all about cycles, but I was stuck in the same one. This is the song that helped me get ‘unstuck.’”
Indie Minded premieres Saint Spicer’s intimate new track “On Repeat.” Check out the article here.
“Diamondfruit is a collection of tracks that capture our sense of wonder and awe at the natural beauty of California and Colorado. If there is a coherent message, it might be: ‘Come into this moment. There’s magic in everyday experiences.'”
Live A Little Bit Louder explores Host Bodies’ career so far and their new music. Check out the full interview here.
“An intriguing and brilliant collection of music, Diamondfruit makes clear that Host Bodies create music for themselves and share some incredible things. From delicate tones perfect for chilling to to darker tones perfect for late nights this is an all round record that should be part of your collection very very soon.”
Thinking Lyrically reviews Host Bodies’ new EP Diamondfruit. Read the full review here.
“Years before Nick and I started making electronic music together, a brilliant and troubled friend of mine came up with the band name, Host Bodies. It stuck in my head and when I started making beats at age 19, I called the project Host Bodies. There’s layers to it. I don’t want to say it has any one meaning, but it feels like a magic word for me. It empowers me, humbles me, reminds me that I’m more than a body, but also that having a body is a profound gift.”
Host Bodies talked to thread. all about how they got started, how living in San Francisco affects their work, and more. Check out the full interview here.