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NEW MUSIC: Negative Gemini – Bad Baby EP

Lindsey French aka Negative Gemini comes from danceable, beat-heavy music, but she has more in mind than just providing a soundtrack for a night out in the club. That was obvious in her excellent 2016 debut “Body Works” (Apple Music | Spotify), but even more in her new EP “Bad[…]

SONG PICK: Patawawa – Patagonia (Bedroom EP)

Thank you, Patawawa! Songs like “Patagonia” and the other four tracks of their debut EP “Bedroom” is exactly what we need at the top of this year. These disco-tinged, upbeat pop songs make you immediately feel the heat, like on a dance floor in a club or a summer night[…]

NEW MUSIC: Danielle Martin – Wanderlust EP

Big voice soul music often comes with big productions, but New York singer/songwriter Danielle Martin chooses a refreshingly humble and intimate approach for the seven songs of her debut EP “Wanderlust”. This fits well to the themes of the EP, which Danielle describes as “love and heartbreak“ and the need[…]

NEW MUSIC: Jule Vera – A Vera Merry Christmas EP

This is the season to hear the same songs over and over, so why not add new versions of some of the most-played classics to the mix? Alabama five-piece Jule Vera has something for you: fresh-sounding, irony-free recordings of “Last Christmas”, “All I Want For Christmas” and “Sleigh Ride”. Singer[…]

NEW MUSIC: The Rigs – World On Fire (Album)

My gateway to The Rigs was the track “The Hunted”. Otherwise, to be very honest, I might not have listened past the first track “The Brave”, which points rather to big stadium glam rock complete with a big synth bridge. But with the beautifully haunting melody of “The Hunted” in my head, I was intrigued. And indeed, starting with track two which is “Fault Line”, the album takes a sharp turn: one hears Caitlin Parrot’s vocals for the first time and they stay with us for the remaining six songs. Still, musical diversity is the key for The Rigs’ debut album “World On Fire” and that makes it such a delightful listen: rock, pop and electronic are thrown together with different recipes and in the end there is even a pull-out-your-lighter (or cellphone) moment in “When We Were Young”, which features additional vocals by DeAnte Tyree Duckett.

NEW MUSIC: Nala – Woman EP

Nala is an band from Sweden, who does unapologetic, stadium-ready alternative rock anthems, like the closer and title track of their new EP “Woman”. No wonder that they played several festivals in their home country this summer and I wouldn’t be surprised if we hear a lot more of them next year.

NEW MUSIC: Sgrow – Circumstance EP

One of my favorite discoveries this year is the Norwegian electronic duo Sgrow. Their tracks “Is Anybody Where They Want To Be?” and “Feel Something” were our Song Picks of the Day and we also featured the video for “Kismet”. Now their debut EP “Circumstance” with four more dark and[…]

NEW MUSIC: Overcoats – Young (Album)

You only need to listen a minute or so into “Father”, the opening track of the debut album “Young” by Brooklyn-based duo Overcoats, to enter their musical world: the vocal harmonies come from folk music, but instead of an underlying lovely acoustic guitar line, there is a carpet of industrial[…]

NEW MUSIC: A Victim Of Society – Freaktown (Album)

“Freaktown”,  the sophomore album by A Victim Of Society is nothing short but phenomenal! From the first track “The Quick and The Dead” to the album’s title track “Freaktown” there is lots of fuzzy, psychedelic guitar bliss, at times with more punk and metal elements even (the rhythm, the focus) and with vocals[…]