Sometime in the next 48 hours, you'll likely be on a long drive, stuck at a hellish airport, or surrounded by the full chattering force of your extended family. If you'd like a moment of calm and quiet, put on Papercuts's "Future Primitive."

The last time I'd listened to Future Primitive was in fact in the middle of a long, dark drive, where I was crammed into the middle back seat of a car with too many bodies and too many voices. Future Primitive came on, and Jason Robert Quever's lilting voice made everything a bit more okay. [Amazon, iTunes, Spotify]


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