Although Justin Martin released “The Sad Piano” in 2010, I didn’t hear it for the first time until Dusky dropped it in their Essential Mix last year. The melody has now taken permanent residence inside my brain, soothing my soul with each note. Despite its title, “The Sad Piano” is my aural Xanax and if the piano is sad, at least one of those 88 keys is not. Even if deep house isn’t your cup of tea I implore you to press play on this one — it’s universal.
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