Song Pick of the Day





SONG PICK: Odina – 1,2,3,4

Last Year “1,2,3,4” has already been the first single off the gorgeous album “What I Never Told You” by Odina. Now, the London-based singer/songwriter released a demo version that shows how she develops a song from the idea to one of those moving, goosebumps-inducing pieces she is known for. She[…]

SONG PICK: Juniper Stone – Moonchild

While browsing through the press release for “Moonchild,” I landed on “written during,” and my immediate reaction was “not another written during quarantine song, please!” By now almost everything is written during the pandemic because… it’s going on for a while. However, the press copy emphasizes that Juniper Stone created[…]

The Famous Daxx

SONG PICK: The Famous Daxx – Quarterlife

Milestone birthdays often invite one to reflect on one’s past and future life. With “Quarterlife” London-based singer/songwriter The Famous Daxx refers – somewhat optimistically – to her 25th birthday. This is certainly a puzzling age, and the music reflects this with a melange of sounds from different decades. In the[…]

SONG PICK: Dutch Mustard – What The People Want

Dutch Mustard muse about “What The People Want” in their new and super catchy single. This brilliant sound is definitely contrasting with the heavy dose of Americana we played in our home leading up to Thanksgiving. How come a British band, based in London, calls themselves Dutch Mustard? A name[…]


SONG PICK: DJ_Dave – Still Miss U

DJ_Dave is creating music with “live coding.” This means that she creates music primarily without production tools like Ableton Live or Logic but is scripting loops and patterns directly in a text editor. Why would somebody do that? For once it makes for stylish Matrix vibes at live performances, such[…]

SONG PICK: Tired Cossack – Machina

They say that something you loved as a young person, will stay with you forever. I am helpless when it comes to new music, taking from 80s ingredients and “Machina” is the perfect example for this irresistible allure. The newest single by Winnipeg, Canada musician Tired Cossack presses all the[…]


SONG PICK: Woves – 1 am

A late-night call, and you finally know better and don’t answer. That is a painful moment, but it can also be the first step into a new life after a relationship. With their new single “1 am” L.A.-based duo Woves describes this moment with a nocturnal, brooding song as singer[…]

SONG PICK: Mensa Deathsquad – Light

Kansas City darkwave act Mensa Deathsquad release with “Light” a spellbinding new single, signaling a bit of a new direction. The band’s mastermind Brandon Phillips explains: “Light” was the first song I wrote with musician Barb Morrison (Antony and The Johnsons, Blondie, Deborah Harry) as my music mentor and it[…]

Veronica Everheart

SONG PICK: Veronica Everheart – Antiquity

“Antiquity” is about adjusting to new realities after a breakup. “You are left feeling cold and disoriented, facing remnants of the recent past,” singer/songwriter Veronica Everheart describes the situation. Then you can imagine that she grabs a guitar and pours her heart into this song that reflects her frustration and[…]

SONG PICK: Mountains Like Wax – Yes, I Grew Tired

“Yes, I Grew Tired” of many things but certainly not of the new single by Nashville indie-rock duo Mountains Like Wax. Their newest single provides us with another glorious taste of their upcoming debut album scheduled for February next year. “Yes, I Grew Tired” lies on a bed of glistening[…]