VIDEO: Wall – Last Date

Dark, no-wave and post-punk four-piece Wall from New York City dropped their video to “Last Date” today, and like their music, the video is somewhat simple at first glance and sparse yet definitely fascinating! There might be no middle ground because you either dig that kind of sound or you don’t. But if[…]


SONG PICK: Cape Cub – Lifeline

English singer/songwriter Cape Cub aka Chad Male drops one single per month until the release of his second EP “6AM” due October 21st. Today, it is the single “Lifeline” and it is another instantly alluring piece of music. “Lifeline” is a bit like walking through a tunnel, with dark spots but the end and[…]


SONG PICK: Kelly Lee Owens – CBM

“CBM” stands for colors, beauty and motion and London producer Kelly Lee Owens told The Fader that it is inspired by the experience of seeing the earth from space. Of course she has not been in space herself, but this subtle techno track conveys the feeling of weightlessness and disorientation[…]


SONG PICK: Noia – Love Hack

Gisela Fulla-Silvestre aka NOIA goes all out in her latest track: she combines synths, noise, diverse beats and multiple vocal layers into a rich musical experience. Noia is originally from Spain, but now based in New York, which seems to be the right place to make music that mixes so[…]


SONG PICK: Krusoe – Rivers Run Riot

For starters, “Rivers Run Riot” is stunningly gorgeous and one of the stand-out-tracks of 2016! With that being established, “Rivers Run Riot” also holds a certain menace, urgency and wistfulness, and makes you slightly uncomfortable but in a good way, because after all, this is a song that gets directly to[…]


SONG PICK: Mt. Wolf – Golden (ft. St. South)

London trio Mt. Wolf enlisted the help of Australian singer/songwriter St. South for their beautiful song “Golden”. I just love the interplay between female and male vocals, accompanied by a smooth blend of acoustic and electronic textures. Mt. Wolf are working on the debut album, which is expected for later[…]


SONG PICK: Denny White – Psycho

“Psycho” is the new single by modern renaissance man Denny White, who has written, played and produced the track all by himself. Listening to Denny White’s vocals is like enjoying a single malt scotch whiskey brought to its fullness with just a few drops of water (not ice), which at first will hit[…]

Elle Exxe at The Delancey (Mondo.NYC)

[PHOTOS] Elle Exxe dazzles at The Delancey (Mondo.NYC)

Elle Exxe is an indie pop singer/songwriter from London via Edinburgh, Scotland, who brought not only big vocals but also dazzling dance moves to the small stage of The Delancey. She surly has star-qualities and that may have been the last opportunity to see her from close-up. Watch the new[…]


RELEASED TODAY: Flatwound – This Can Be Love

Disco is back, and I couldn’t be happier! From New York, to London and Paris over Sydney and Melbourne, back to the states to L.A. – disco is in full swing in plenty a metropoles. “This Can Be Love” is the latest single by Australian duo Flatwound and it is crazy groovy, totally[…]


SONG PICK: Argonaut & Wasp – Loser Like You

“Loser Like You” opens with a big dose of shimmery laid-backness, when the narrative starts and eventually a big dose of  swagger kicks in and one can’t help but sing along to “I don’t want to waste my time waiting on a looser like you”. Well done, Argonaut &Wasp who provide the following insight about[…]

The Lulls at Bowery Electric (Mondo.NYC)


The Lulls live at The Bowery Electric on 09/04 for Mondo.NYC 2016 There is another chance to these fascinating Californian indie-rockers again on October 1st when they play the vinyl release show for “Island of Daughters” at The Delancey, hosted by glamglare. More info here.     The Lulls Tour Dates


SONG PICK: Sivan Talmor – Fire

Our Song Pick of the Day is a track which I’ve been listening a lot lately: “Fire” by Israeli singer/songwriter Sivan Talmor. It is slow, moody and full of melancholy and yearning. Sivan is well-known in her home country and now crosses over to the U.S. – hopefully there will[…]