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SONG PICK: iamnotshane – Don’t Say That (Video)

As bright and beautiful as a sunshine-filled birthday party with great friends celebrating together. The crazy catchy “Don’t Say That” by Los Angeles-based artist and songwriter iamnotshane is an 80s-tinged gem of a pop song. While the irresistibility of the track stands on its own, the accompanying video pushes the[…]

Kae Sera

SONG PICK: Kae Sera – The Moon

“The Moon” is about “post-breakup communication,” but don’t worry, it is not as dry as it sounds. On the opposite, London singer/songwriter Kae Sera turns the awkwardness of finding closure after the fact into a magic, late-night moment, accompanied by a sparse soundtrack of percussion and synths. Listen to “The Moon,” our[…]

SONG PICK: Black Marble – Preoccupation (Video)

Black Marble‘s new single “Preoccupation” got us hooked immediately with its sweet analog synths and managed to keep the momentum going, thanks to the warm and earthy vocals and the irresistible production. Throw in a lovely, video by mixed-media collective Crack Cloud and we’re officially swooning. The video plays with[…]

VIDEO PICKS: Aerhart, Hatchie, Catbells, Sweet Nobody

Aerhart – Hold Me Closer, Give Me Space “Hold Me Closer, Give Me Space,” the latest single by Brooklyn-based singer and producer Amelia Wellers aka Aerhart was our Song Pick not long ago. Now Amelia adds an intriguing DIY video that also shows how “outdoor space” often looks like in[…]

SK and the kings

SONG PICK: SK & The Kings – Tri

SK wants all our nothing from a relationship. The U.K. singer/songwriter just wants the best; why else would her backing band be named “The Kings.” “Tri,” latest song by SK & The Kings is an elegant, jazzy piece of lounge pop that invites you to chill, despite being about a[…]

SONG PICK: Foamboy – Peach Smoothie

Portland-based duo Foamboy, comprised of producer Wil Bakula and vocalist Katy Ohsiek just released the smooth and utterly gorgeous “Peach Smoothie,” the third single ahead of their upcoming album. The ten-track debut My Sober Daydream is scheduled for October 1st. Bukula and Ohsiek met in Salem, OR, and worked together[…]

Slaney Bay

SONG PICK: Slaney Bay – The House Across the Street

“The House Across the Street,” is where you can catch a glimpse of a better life through its windows. Of course, the times have long passed where people need to keep their curtains open to show off how lucky they are; these days, we are bombarded with happy pictures from[…]

SONG PICK: Sea Fever – Afterthought

Manchester alt-rock collective Sea Fever release the urgent, intense, and utterly irresistible “Afterthought.” The track marks the latest single from their upcoming debut album Folding Lines, with a release date of October 22nd. Sea Fever is fronted by Iwan Gronow (Haven, Johnny Marr) on vocals and guitars, alongside singer Beth[…]

SONG PICK: Fuzzy Sun – Morning Light

“Morning Light” by Fuzzy Sun is an irresistibly gorgeous song and the embodiment of U.K. indie-rock at its best. When I close my eyes, I can picture myself sitting on the balcony early in the morning, thanks to the song’s bright notes and its carefree and upbeat vibe. Yet there[…]

VIDEO PICKS: Hayden Thorpe, Liberty, MUNYA, Natalie Jane Hill

Hayden Thorpe – Metafeeling We are totally in love with Hayden Thorpe‘s upcoming album Moondust for my Diamond and the super talented artist has released yet another fantastic track from the record including a stunning video. When asked about “Metafeeling”, Thorpe says: I was feeling inspired by studies into the[…]


SONG PICK: Helven – u my homie

The title “u my homie” suggests a squeaky bubble gum pop track about the intricacies of high school life, but that is not what Jenny Bakke, aka Helven, has in mind. Her song is a reflective piece about deep friendship that comes with a relaxed, retrained production. As for the[…]

SONG PICK: Jane. – Ingenue

Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Jane. released  “Ingenue,” his emotive and enchanting debut single. Jane. is the new project of Raj Jain for whom ethnicity plays an even bigger role than for most of us since he grew up half Indian, a quarter black, and a quarter white in both America and[…]

SONG PICK: Frances Baker – Bringing Me Down

Is it a sheer coincidence that I feature back-to-back two female singer/songwriters, who produce their music themselves and call Nashville, TN their home? Maybe they will collaborate on something one day? For now, get to know Frances Baker, who embarked on an exciting journey to support Arlo Parks on her[…]