Song Pick of the Day




SONG PICK: Factory Floor – Dial Me In

Factory Floor, the masters of endlessly building semi-instrumental, apocalyptic tracks are back with a new single off their upcoming album “25 25”, announced for August 25. Their debut was one of my favorite records in 2013 and judging from “Dial Me In”, they stay course with their signature sound and[…]

SONG PICK: Elizabritz – Fantasy

SONG PICK: Elizabritz – Fantasy Elizabritz, the duo of Rachel Eff of California and the somewhat mysterious North Carolina producer Fantom, had an already strong debut with “Falls”, but I like this one, our Song Pick of the Day, even more. The topic is slightly more upbeat: Rachel has a[…]

SONG PICK: Drew Vogelsang – Days

When I first listened to “Days” by Drew Vogelsang, I didn’t pay much attention to the lyrics but simply enjoyed the effortless flow of the song, enjoyed its chilled and laid-back vibe. Only now, listening to it again under different circumstances, the lyrics jump out when Drew Vogelsang softly states “And[…]

SONG PICK: Bakers Eddy – Wallbreaker

“I won’t stop until I won” sing Bakers Eddy and we are happy to believe them so much urgency but also earnestness is in the latest track by this Wellington, Australia four-piece. “Wallbreaker” is unapologetically indie-rock, with driving beats, chiming guitars and an anthem like chorus – and our Song Pick of the[…]

SONG PICK: Lisbet Sampa – Deep Inside

Listen to our Song Pick of the Day, a beautiful song by London singer and pianist Lisbet Sampa. (We’re on our way to Germany and have to board the plane – see you on the other side of the Atlantic).


“A Sign of Things to Come” is the title of the upcoming EP by ADVANCE, the Glasgow based dystopian electronica project of Tom Perrett and Kimberly Copland, and we’re thrilled to exclusively premiere one track from the EP ahead of time (June 10). While we dig all four tracks, and since[…]

SONG PICK: Giungla – Wrong

Italian artist Giungla released another track “Wrong” from her debut EP “Camo”, out now (Apple Music, Spotify). “Even You / Sometimes you’re wrong” she sings with distorted vocals over thumping beats. For sure, she is not wrong with this kind of music and I hope to hear more from her[…]

SONG PICK: Oli Hannaford – Lily

“Lily”, the just released, second self-produced single by Oli Hannaford is a true stand-out gem! Combining the distinct sounds of Caribbean steel pans with the laidbackness of London’s chill neo soul?  Seriously? Yes, really, and the outcome is something so alluring, it’s hard to fully get it at first. But once the track progresses,[…]

SONG PICK: Julia Nilsson – For You

There was a time when a character in a movie would spontaneously break into song and a montage would show her dancing through the frames. “For You” by Swedish singer/songwriter Julia Nilsson could have been used in such a scene: at the moment when she realizes that she is in[…]

SONG PICK: Zach Alwin – Burnin’ Up

Sometimes a book or a record can be judged by its cover and the artwork to Zach Alwin’s newest single “Burnin’ Up” certainly is intriguing with its disco references. “Burnin’ Up” boosts some 70s funk bass lines and synths grooves, over soulful vocals with an overall cool dance vibe contrasting perfectly with[…]