SONG PICK: BEij – Bad News

Seattle-based electronic trio BEij –pronounced like the color- released their new single “Bad News” in mid March and it is good. It is incredibly good! “Bad News” sparkles with a ton of groove and a super fun, soulful vibe. The track makes me think of what the love child of guitar legend Santana and Switzerland’s[…]

SONG PICK: Starling – Large It

Ahead of the release of her EP “Body” London-based singer/songwriter reveals another track “Large It”. It is loud and unapologetic, driven by distorted beats and melodies. Starling explains: “’Large it’ means everything and nothing. It’s a song about getting wrecked and not giving a shit. But on a deeper note[…]


Bristol-via-Brighton indie rock trio BOA add with “Steal It” another instantly appealing single to their prior stellar and much talked about releases. “Steal It” is simply irresistible from the first beat, thanks to the bubbly, bouncy rhythm and guitar groove. But it is not all happy, happy here, because there is[…]

SONG PICK: Odina – Why’d You Make Me Cry

“Why’d You Make Me Cry if you loved me so much,” asks Odina in her new song. Probably the opposite is true as well: she would not feel like this if there was not true love involved. It is a quiet but gripping piece, which she says is very important[…]

SONG PICK: The King’s Parade – Haze

Fans of The King’s Parade rejoice! The London-based quartet  just released their new single “Haze” and it is as gloriously soulful as the stellar tracks on their 2015 released EP “Vagabond”. The King’s Parade understand how to spice up a catchy indie rock tune with traditional blues and jazz elements and[…]

SONG PICK: Alex Lustig – Do Wrong (ft. Ayelle)

Belgian producer Alex Lustig is already known in the hip hop scene and now enlists London singer Ayelle (who had her own Song Pick in 2015) for a debut under his own name. “Do Wrong” is an airy track with sparse beats that invokes a night out in the city[…]

SONG PICK: Wide Eyed Boy – Wolves

Liverpool is the home base of many great indie rock bands these days, and in the case of Wilde Eyed Boys, they are taking nationality and borders less seriously and bonded over a shared love for David Bowie and Michael Jackson. Oliver Nagy (vocals), Jonny Ball (guitars), Kobi Pham (guitars) and[…]

SONG PICK: Tusks – Toronto

Our (slightly delayed) Song Pick of the Day is provided by London singer/producer Tusks aka Emily Underhill. Her new song “Toronto” – named after the Canadian city it was written in – is slow building and epic with a melancholic guitar line guiding to the track. Tusks is working on[…]