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NEW MUSIC: Corey Flood – Soft

Corey Flood is the band of singer Ivy Gray-Klein, guitarists Noah Jacobson-Carroll and Em Boltz and drummer Juliette Rando. “Soft” is a raw, rough indie rock track about a not so pleasant emotional experience, as Ivy explains: “Soft” is about trying to establish boundaries for yourself only to have them[…]

SONG PICK: Æ Mak – Glow

When “Glow” starts with a piercing squeak and singer Aoife McCann’s urgent vocals, it is hard to anticipate what you are up for. But as the track adds more layers of beats, synth layers and sound effects it is hard to escape its fascination. Æ Mak is a four piece[…]

NEW MUSIC: Renata Zeiguer – Wayside

Renata Zeiguer is a native New Yorker and based in Brooklyn, but comes from a far more diverse background. Her music shows: “Wayside” is an impossible to classify track that at has a jazzy vibe, but also incorporates rock and classical elements. Renata’s album “Old Ghost” comes out next Friday[…]

SONG PICK: iamhill – Give It A Rest

iamhill is singer/producer from Canada (as far I could find out). Her new song, “Give It A Rest” has a catchy chorus, but keeps you continuously on the edge with an ominous bass drone. The official announcement brings it to the point: Written, produced, recorded, and performed in it’s entirety[…]


Only two weeks ago, MOTHICA played Brooklyn’s new darling venue Elsewhere in front of a big crowd of fans. Together with her band, she performed three new songs that night, and while I liked them all, I can not even remember if I heard this stunner back then. “Lovetalk” is[…]

NEW MUSIC: ANIQO – New Signs (ft. Annie Hardy)

“New Signs” refers to the moment of turnaround after bad times, to the light on the end of the tunnel. The track is off Hamburg-based Anita Goß aka ANIQO upcoming debut album “Birth”, which was recorded in the Californian summer and features additional vocals by Annie Hardy. The L.A. sun[…]

New Music: Joe Wood – Had Enough

It’s this time of year again… no, of course not that one, the other one, the one where love or heartbreak stand all front and center. Come to think of it, they play a big role during Christmas too. But back to tomorrow’s Valentine’s Day: in case you find yourself[…]

SONG PICK: Therese Lithner – Drown

An unruly guitar and a steady beat drive this song forward, giving it a dark, unsettling vibe. Therese Lithner has been around for a while in the rock scene of Northern Sweden and “Drown” is her solo debut single. More music from her is to come on an EP to[…]

NEW MUSIC: Nina Luna – Tell You Now

“What if I tell you know,” muses Nina Luna about a complicated relationship. Nina wrote, produced and performed this quiet, reflective track all by herself, letting her emotive vocals be front and center. Listen to “Tell You Now” on SoundCloud or Spotify: