Song Pick of the Day




SONG PICK: Gold Child – Me And You

Gold Child, the band around singer/songwriter Emily Fehler, is on a quest to found a new Brooklynized sub-genre of country music. Their new song “Me And You” is exemplary for that: while the guitar work could come out of Nashville, there is a whole lot of indie pop thrown in.[…]

SONG PREMIERE: The Legends – Riding The Waves

Ladies and gentlemen, the future has arrived! Exuding a nostalgic 70s vocoder and analogue synthesizer vibe while simultaneously sounding like something from the future yet to come, that is what “Riding The Waves” is going for. The galaxy-groovy “Riding The Waves” is the newest single by Sweden’s The Legends (Johan Angergård) and taken from the[…]

SONG PICK: Elleh – Door To Tomorrow

Tokyo-based Elleh call themselves a “sad boy disco duo” and that describes their music pretty well: you can easily imagine a sad person dancing alone to “Door To Tomorrow” in a Tokyo apartment. For forming Elleh fellow music blogger Satoru Teshima teamed up with Bob Wiley and according to their[…]


Totally taken by “Home”, the new single by Liverpool four-piece SPINN. Such bright, dreamy and beautiful guitar lines, paired with charming vocals get me every time, especially when they are as joyful as in “Home”. This is the perfect song to start your day with or to end it with,[…]

SONG PICK: Tsar B – Golddigger

Belgium-based singer Tsar B has found her signature sound in mysteriously oriental harmonies combined with electronic beats. Her new track “Golddigger” plays with the meaning of the word: somebody is trying to find the gold by playing tricks on her, not to much success. The drums thunder while she lays[…]

SONG PREMIERE: Late Guest at the Party – Give You A Life

The instantly catchy “Give You A Life” opens with pulsating beats and pronounced synths lines, followed by cool vocals. “Give You A Live” is the new single by Brooklyn-based electronic dance-rock four-piece Late Guest at the Party and we are thrilled to premiere the stunning single today. Singer Beth reveals: “Give You A Life” is the[…]

SONG PICK: Satori Blue – Empathy

“Empathy” opens with an irresistible understated coolness and then later leads into this super sweet melody, with gorgeous vocals, supported by the warm tones of violin and cello while never loosing its indie electronic vibes. This is one gorgeous new track by Seattle duo Satori Blue who say about the intent of their single[…]

SONG PICK: Sgrow – Is Anyone Where They Want To Be?

Sgrow is Vilde Nupen and Kristoffer Lislegaard, an from Norway. Their latest song “Is Anyone Where They Want To Be?” is a dark and menacing piece of electronic music. Minimal beats and melodic elements underline Vilde’s vocals that come from a place of self-doubt and insecurity. Is anyone where they[…]

SONG PICK: Polar States – Gold

Gorgeous vocal harmonies paired with bright and sparkling guitars dominate “Gold”, the new single by indie rockers Polar States. According to the Liverpool-based quartet, the song is about “valuing what you have” and the beautiful melody of the track does the sentiment fully justice. The song’s flow, how it swells and takes back again,[…]

SONG PICK: PANGEA – Something Bad

“Something Bad”, the debut single by indie rockers PANGEA, is something extraordinarily good. I’m swooning over the velvety vocals together with the soulful lead guitar and am swept away by the track’s joyful, funky, dance floor vibe. The lyrical content though goes deeper, as frontman Slye explains: “Something Bad represents the self-destructive[…]