Song Pick of the Day




SONG PICK: Family of Things – YKB

“YKB”, the new single by Canadian indie-pop duo Family of Things sends a heavy dose of brightness and optimism into the world that makes you look at things with newfound confidence. “YKB” swirls and swings and takes cues from different styles and genres and puts them all exquisitely together. The[…]


SONG PICK: Lennixx – Empty Room

Hanna Larsson and Andrea Kallström aka Lennixx from Sweden are back with a new track “Empty Room,” the “b-side” of “Bold Me,” released a few weeks ago. The song beautifully showcases their light-as-a-feather, sparse production style that puts their vocal harmonies front and center and lets the music float around you like warm summer breeze.

SONG PICK: Homesick Hotel – All Love

Having toured the world as part of the Dutch electronic duo The Him, Jay Kersten settled down in Amsterdam for the time being and started working on his solo project. Under the moniker Homesick Hotel, Jay released his first single called “All Love”, which is a stunning debut not alone[…]


SONG PICK: Byland – Mine

This probably sounds familiar: too much is going on, everybody wants something from you and you scramble to get it all right. New Mexico-based singer/songwriter Alie Renee Byland, who records under her last name Byland turned that state of mind into a song like a wave that slowly builds and then washes over you with a big orchestral finale. “Mine” will be on her debut album “Gray,” out on October 2.

SONG PICK: Michael Butera – The Green Garden

At home in Melbourne, Australia, cinematic pop-musician Michael Butera was living in Canada, when he wrote his latest single “The Green Garden”. With a hook like “​with you my garden is green, without you my garden is yellow,” the enchanting ballad intensifies to a powerful love declaration. When asked about[…]

Andria Rose

SONG PICK: Andria Rose – Tomorrow (ft. Quelle Rox)

“Tomorrow” is a song reflecting the feeling that many of us have in isolation. Relaxed beats, warped melodies and haunted vocals convert the mix of emotions that seem to be a constant companion these days: sadness, uncertainty, but also hope and relief. It is a perfect piece of modern pop music and one of the unfortunately still rare all-female collaborations: Singer/songwriter Andria Rose from San Antonio, Texas teamed up with Brooklynite Quelle Rox.

SONG PICK: Florence Arman – Naked (Video)

“Naked” is the irresistibly lush and stunning debut of Florence Arman, a young British singer, and songwriter. While “Naked” happens to be the artist’s first single, we were lucky enough to have listened to more of her already and can not wait for everyone to enjoy her work. “Naked” marks[…]

Jess Cornelius

SONG PICK: Jess Cornelius – Body Memory (Video)

“I was my own woman once and I was sure I was enough” – then life happens and things start looking very different. In In “Body Memory” L.A. via Melbourne singer/songwriter Jess Cornelius gives a very personal insight into how certain events can shape you forever, but also how you ultimately have to cope with it.

Jolé - Alpine Green

SONG PICK: Jolé – Alpine Green

London-based singer/songwriter Joshua Oliver, who makes music as Jolé has just released the utterly gorgeous new single “Alpine Green”. The track is a touch melancholic yet soothing with a lovely promise. Alone the mention of the color “green” automatically elevates the mood and hailing from the Alps myself, a pretty[…]

Juliet July

SONG PICK: Juliet July – Gone

“Palm Trees in the Mist” evoke immediately strong images in your mind. This is the title of the six-track debut EP of Amsterdam-based singer/songwriter Juliet July, which creates a similar intriguing sonic picture. With restrained, chill future pop sounds and soulful vocals Julie takes you on a laid-back journey through different emotions.