The Song Pick of the Day I’d originally chosen for today would have been Parlance, by the English three-piece In Isolation. Having read the band’s bio and listened to their tracks online, there’s no doubt that they’re children of the 80s (New Wave) and 90s (post-punk), and influenced by the[…]
Let’s end the week with the Denver, Colorado indie rock band Tyto Alba: our Song Pick of the Day Between the Lines features melodic guitar layers and and Melanie Steinway’s soaring voice. More music and a video is coming soon.
Keep Falling is one of these darker electronic songs, filled with a lot of longing, accentuated rhythms, sensual vocals and exploding with desire. Our Song Pick of the Day comes from the Canadian duo TMPL who’s about to release a new EP in the upcoming weeks. Listen to Keep Falling now:
Here’s something for the first (non-holiday) Friday of the Year: L.A. singer Rel with her last single Before The Storm, an up-to-date electro-pop song with a good deal of twists and turns – I like particularly the droning bass and the thundering beat beneath it. I’m looking forward to more[…]
Agh… I just have such soft spot for real life sound samples used in songs and Lonely Girl offers exactly that yet a few beats in, it gets sugar candy dreamy with a little edge – indie-pop at its best! The Big Sun, hailing from Oxford (UK), deliver one delicious upbeat[…]
Here is Cross Record with the first new 2016 track. It is a dark, atmospheric track that can turn even sunny beach into a haunted, barren place. Believe me, I experienced it myself when I listened to Cross Record during the holiday break. The album will be out on January[…]
Listen to “LSD” the debut single of the San Diego trio The Gloomies and any gloomy feelings you might have won’t stand a chance with this sunny and upbeat track. With its fuzzy guitar sounds, warm beats, mellow vocals and overall surf-rock feel, it is sending out waves of joy.[…]
“Vibes” by Michael McQuaid is a dark R&B track, with quite an earthy, (blues)-guitar vibe to it, and that makes for one highly interesting and also sensual combination! Michael McQuaid, a Texas native, moved to Nashville to pursue music and that’s where he comes up with this crazy cool and rather[…]