In our vibrant and fast-paced world, we got used to the fact that there's always music around us. There's music in your favorite restaurant, and you're listening to music at the gym while you try to do five more push-ups than you were able to do last week. There's so much music on all streaming platforms that it's already overwhelming only to choose which album of a new band you want to listen to. So, there's a lot of old and new music out there, and it is as close as it has never been before in the history of humanity. When I grew up, music was a rare thing. I didn't own much music because I didn't have the money to buy a new album every week. This led to the fact that I listenend to those albums for a long time. I knew every word of the booklet, every song name and I could sing along with every tune. This behavior hasn't changed for me, so I come back to my favorite music and listen to it for days or weeks. This way I'm really into the music, feel it, know it and it becomes a part of me. Albums become my friends and life wouldn't be the same if they were gone. For today, I wanted to share some of my favorite music with you. It's Ben Monder's brilliant album "Amorphae", Aaron Parks' fantastic "Arborescence" which is by far the album I listenend to most during the last three years, and Trixie Whitley's "Fourth Corner". I hope you enjoy listening to them as much as I do.