M. K. Sol

M. K. Sol

I’m not going to lie, I’ve had an ultra busy couple of weeks. It isn’t over either. I’ve got a crazy amount of stuff to do over the next couple of days. Times like this call for a very specific type of music. I needed something that was ambient enough to kill some of my stress, but interesting enough to keep me from slipping into an unproductive coma. I can’t believe how perfect M. K. Sol is for that.

I’ve been listening to M. K. Sol’s album, “The Guild / Days Of Sorrow” on Bandcamp, and it’s really putting me in that “Don’t worry! Everything is good! Do what you need to!” kind of mood. The layers of piano are beautiful enough to strip away your concerns and elaborate enough to keep your attention.

I’m growing particularly fond of the title track, “The Guild”. I think it does the best job of illustrating all the points I’ve been making so far. I have so much work to do right now, but listening to this somehow keeps me from worrying about it at all.

M. K. Sol has eleven great tracks on “The Guild / Days Of Sorrow” on their Bandcamp page, and they’re all absolutely worth checking out. Head on over for perfect stress relieving, thought provoking, instrumental mood music. Albuquerque, you’re putting out a lot of great stuff like this right now, and Michael Solomon Kesner’s music under the abbreviation M. K. Sol is right at the very top.