“Don’t Let the Moon Die Young” had me by its title and as it turns out, it sounds lush, playful, 80s inspired and absolutely lovely! This is the new single by Jack Moves, who lives in Toronto, and had played in hard rock and heavy metal bands before going solo,[…]
In case you’re living somewhere where the winter months equal grey skies and cold temperatures, then you might be as glad as we are that hopefully the worst -weather wise- might be behind us. This first month of the brand new decade turned out to be an especially taxing one[…]
“Ordinary Talk” is about coming to terms with life with all its twists and turns and accepting the fact that it is actually a common, ordinary experience. Who could wrap this sentiment into a song better than Nandi Rose aka Half Wife who is so good in crafting gripping and personal songs without grand gestures?
Navina “Being content is merely just piecing together the good things that each day brings,” says singer/songwriter Navina and her upbeat video gives you some ideas how such a day could look like. Watch the video now: Planet 1999 “Party” is the latest single from Planet 1999, a London-based shoegaze[…]
Based in Los Angeles, James Supercave made a name for themselves with their lush yet often almost minimalistic sound. Their production style is precise and focused, not one note too much or a bar too many. This seems to be even more true with their latest song, the utterly gorgeous[…]
Too many music videos these days show happily dancing people or colorful abstracts. How refreshing, if a band does something completely different, like… going on a hunt for rare flora and fauna but – watch for yourself! The video in question is the intriguing visualization of the instantly appealing “This[…]
Here is an artist we are super excited to see live at the spring festivals SXSW in Austin and The New Colossus in NYC: Montreal-based singer/songwriter June Moon aka Forever is about to release a new EP “Close to the Flame” dealing with breakup on Cascine (paradoxically on Valentine’s Day).
Sydney’s DMA’s announce their third studio album “Glow” with a fire cracker of a song. Thanks to its high octane energy and joie de vivre, it is easy to fall head over heals in love with “Life Is A Game Of Changing”, fast and hard! Tommy O’Dell‘s vocals are appealing[…]