Song Pick of the Day




SONG PICK: Naomi Wild – Run That

L.A.-based singer/songwriter Naomi Wild toured last year with electronic music superstars Odesza and came to appreciate the independence that comes with life on the road. So she wrote “Run That” about this feeling, a sophisticated, swirling synth-pop track. Naomi gives some background: The lyrics are me trying to say, like,[…]

SONG PICK: Allman Brown – Lonely Hearts, Los Angeles

“Lonely Hearts, Los Angeles” is one of these songs, that make you want to really listen and follow the narration. The picture that Allman Brown lays out is instantly compelling and I definitely wanted to know how the story would unfold and the track progress. With vocals like these it[…]

SONG PICK: Jeannel – Love/Fountain

“Love/Fountain” is a bright, emotional song that floods your mind like rays of sunshine in a darkened room. Berlin-based singer/songwriter Jeannel takes some cues from classic R&B, but then turns the song into something entirely her own. Listen to our Song Pick of the Day “Love/Fountain” on SoundCloud or bSpotify:[…]

SONG PICK: Lea Porcelain – I Am Okay

Maybe Lea Porcelain have written “I Am Ok” for themselves, for times when a little pick-me-up is in order but as personal as the song is, it is at the same time rather universal. We all have days when we are down and out and a track as simple and[…]

SONG PICK: i.e. crazy – Country Justice

Maggie Magee aka i.e. crazy is an artist from New Zealand and her new project “Women In Love” is deeply interwoven with the country’s society and history. The bigger picture however applies globally and her new doom folk track “Country Justice” is a chilling account of violence against women. Listen[…]

SONG PICK: The Eiffels – Spin Around

At a time when many things are not exactly as they could or should be, it is more than welcomed to escape reality for a little while without doing any damage to one’s health. Listening to “Spin Around”, the new single by The Eiffels, not only lifts your spirits but[…]

SONG PICK: Lauren Ruth Ward – Pullstring

It is hard to resist the allure of “Pullstring”, a new song by L.A. singer/songwriter Lauren Ruth Ward. The guitar, the voice and the way the track develops, makes you want to listen again and again. Not a bad thing, because Lauren gives some really good advice here: No matter[…]

SONG PICK: Saeyers – On Fire

The melancholy in “On Fire” is striking and its dreamy flow renders the track instantly irresistible. “On Fire” is the second single by singer-songwriter Marshall Lewis, who makes music under the moniker Saeyers. At home in Bloomington, Indiana, Marshall Lewis played all (!) the instruments on the song himself and[…]

SONG PICK: Lizzy Land – Messed Up

“I’m just a little messed up and I think that’s ok”. L.A.-based singer/songwriter Lizzy Land speaks the truth in her new song: nobody gets it all right, despite that we all try acting like we do. Putting this message into a playful synth pop track shows a possible way out[…]

SONG PICK: Sophie Colette – Version

The true power of a song reveals itself by hearing it in a new context. Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Sophie Colette released her new single “Version” last Friday and premiered the track live at Manhattan’s Rockwood Music Hall. While I loved the recorded song already, I understood its full potential when I[…]