When was the last time you heard a track with a very strong xylophone presence? And it was good? You are about to hear one. I have always thought that xylophone is some kind of a joke instrument, oh how wrong I was.
L.A. native Sylvia Sylvia is a new name to me, but will definitely stay on my to-watch list. "Unfortunately" is a very abstract piece of music, I'm having hard times putting it in a genre. I think it's a happy song (that's probably the xylophone), sweet and short. I was struggling with who she reminded me of, until it finally kicked in - Joanna Newsom.
This is the kind of track you either hate or love. I'm on the love side.