Now I’m sure some of you are probably wondering why of all days would I make this a daytime feature?
Truth is because Friday the 13th (No matter what month) is usually considered an oddball or a bad luck day depending on how superstitious or what folklore you believe in.
Since it has been awhile the daytime version is starting anew now. We’ll keep with the horror vibe by listening to some edgy suspenseful music.
Today’s track is called “Biomechanical Entity” by Starfarer.
Since it is Starfarer’s first time appearing on this feature we’ll listen to one more song from his line-up. The next track is called “L.A. Invasion.”
So far these two tracks are from the only album that Starfarer has made so far from his self-titled debut, and I’m looking forward to seeing what he does next. If you all feel the same way feel free to show your support by following his page here.
It’s time for another random encounter on the J360 Playlist and this time it found us something great. Living the Wildcard life is always something great in J360 Productions and tonight’s song seems to be perfect for the entry tonight.
It’s always a wandering adventure across the stratosphere for me, and there are times that the right music often pushes me for my journey.
I always look forward to this entry in the Song of The Night lineup as it allows me to discover new artist and widen the talent pool. There’s plenty of you creatives out there that I haven’t had the pleasure of meeting yet and I’m eager to change that.
Sequencer has a good line up of tracks, and if you would like to hear more of them, feel free to check out his Soundcloud here.
This song resonates well to me as there’s been a lot of ups and downs when it came to building J360 or just going through life in general. However I always refuse to give up and choose to go out swinging in doing the best I can to make things happen. It always feels good to reflect on things good or bad so that you can remember why you started your process in the first place.
Time is our most important commodity and it’s crucial that we use it well.