Song Pick of the Day




SONG PICK: Rachel Bobbit & Justice Der – Iris Road

Rachel Bobbit and Justice Der are two musicians from Toronto who collaborated for a few songs since 2018. Their latest one, „Iris Road“ is one of those songs you enjoy the more the more you listen. Full with wistful melancholy the track perfectly captures a late summer vibes. Check out[…]

SONG PICK: Pelicandy – Our Life Now

Sleek and determined drumming with brief quiet moments to add extra suspense, semi-angry vocals that are crazy irresistible, London-based duo Pelicandy make themselves heard again with yet another stunning single, “Our Life Now”, ahead of their EP release on September 10th. They say the following about their debut EP “Underlove”:[…]

SONG PICK: Trentemøller – Try A Little ft. Jenny Lee Lindberg

For his upcoming album “Obverse” Danish producer Trentemøller employed a divers cast of singers, such as Warpaint bassist Jenny Lee Lindberg for the second single “Try A Little.” This type of collaboration can be problematic with a production that demands too much attention over the vocals, but Trentemøller avoided this[…]

SONG PICK: KidEyes – Take Me Back In Time

Los Angeles-based indie-electronic duo KidEyes, formed by Ben Epand and Greg Cahn released the gorgeous “Take Me Back In Time” ahead of their EP, due on October 4th. The song’s sentiment is as fundamental as it is beautiful and I know it is true on a personal level, a very[…]

SONG PICK: Sgrow – Extremes

Vilde Nupen and Kristoffer Lislegaard make music in Norway under the name Sgrow and their new single “Extremes” is again a fine piece of electronic pop music. With a driving synth line reminiscent of Black-Celebration-era Depeche Mode and its dark, ghostly undertones it goes directly into the mind, leaving you[…]

SONG PICK: Animal House – Legs Out For Summer

Releasing “Legs Out For Summer” in September might seem to maybe ignoring seasons but it makes total sense given that Animal House are originally from Australia, where people are preparing for summer shortly. Now they reside in Brighton in the UK though, where there is no celebration of the official[…]

SONG PICK: Jess Chalker – Dance in the Rain

“Dance in the Rain” is that moment when your free yourself from the shackles of your day to day life and do something silly and joyful. London via Australia singer/songwriter Jess Chalker may have just released a perfect pop song: full of melancholy and yearning leading to a cathartic release.[…]

SONG PICK: Mikal Cronin – Shelter

The opening of “Shelter”, the new single by California-based musician Mikal Cronin, is a little trippy, surprisingly intense and totally magical in its allure. Admittedly, I let the music speak for itself and lure me immediately in, not having watched the thought provoking images of the official audio clip. Only[…]

SONG PICK: Jenny Hval – High Alice

Everything that Norwegian artist Jenny Hval does is remarkable and noteworthy, but often also discomforting and straight out weird. Her latest song “High Alice” is no exception, but it comes in the package of a beat-heavy synth pop track with an almost sweet mood. The song in on Jenny’s upcoming[…]