I was feeling quite restless one evening and found myself in something of a wormhole on my phone around 3AM. You know those times when you go from article to interview and link to link until you come across something that feels like it was meant for you to find in that exact moment? This is how I felt once I stumbled upon the Tasty Morsles website. When I realized the treasure trove of bedroom pop, weird songwriting, and minimal soundscapes that Tasty Morsels has to offer, I couldn't help but bring it to Musically Proper.
A highlight on Tasty's roster, Infinte Bisous, tours with Connan Mockasin and that relation alone should have most weirdo music lovers salivating for what this tiny and subtle label has to offer.
In the spirit of how their music makes me feel, allow me to get weird in the following description. Tasty's music is for finger painting on a monkey's face or knitting with a talking block of cheese while sipping your favorite flavor of pellegrino.
The playlist above features highlights from Tasty Morsels releases, representing what happens when you take the cyber funk and jazz of Jerry Paper, Homeshake, or Mild High Club and strip it down to a naked palette of only a few sounds. It's a dreamy, virtual world that somehow manages to perfectly balance sensuality and the abstract.