Magazine / Issue #63

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Song of the Day: Naesh – One World

Naesh is a Berlin based indie pop & rock newcomer quartet. Here’s what they say about their new single, One World: «If this song was a drink, it would probably be a fruity sparkling aperitif for the start of a warm summer evening! Our ingredients for this musical refreshment are Indie & International Pop, with a dash of Dream Pop to top it off. This song is best served fresh, loud and with a smile on your face. A real boost for the hot summer months and enjoying a good mood in general.» Enjoy it!

Song of the Day: Treeboy & Arc – Role Models

They are Treeboy & Arc from Leeds, they released a single through Speedy Wunderground. That was also from 2019 and in the meantime a lot has happened in the world. The fivesome took their time to work on new music and now it’s finally here. On August 6, Life Preserver, the first EP by the post-punks, will be released, and with Role Models they immediately let loose a first foretaste of it. Enjoy this beautiful song!

Song of the Day: Sherwyn – Thought Of It

Los Angeles artist Sherwyn released a new beautiful song. Here’s how he describes it: «I wrote this about staying comfortable being alone and taking some time to just think and not express yourself to the outside world. I always think that when I get time to myself and go to a destination for it, I learn more about what I truly love or want, and that’s what I wanted to express in the song while making it still feel like a celebration. Now that the world is opening back up we got nothing but time to show out and hit the function so we gotta be easy on ourselves.» Enjoy Thought Of It!

Song of the Day: Kindred Connection – Some Kind of Dream

Gabriele is the singer and lyricist, he plays guitar and piano, Mattia is the producer, he plays guitars and synths and he gets along well with the drums even though he never wants to admit it. Their music is influenced by a strong neoclassical and electronic component but also by the world of pop and rock music. Here’s the single by the Italian duo, enjoy!

Song of the Day: Martee – Vitriolvm

Martina was born in Catanzaro (It). She has been passionate about music from an early age, starting a constant study of the guitar. She continues her passion singing with his father, until she moves to Turin for her studies where, between a book and the guitar, she dedicates herself to street singing. Here’s Vitriolvm, enjoy!

Magazine / Issue #62

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Song of the Day: The Freaky Buds – Way Too Wild

The Freaky Buds were formed in Nantes in 2018 in an obvious way. Max, Thomas and Hugo get together to play the Blues which has always been close to their bodies.
The desire to write and make a contribution to the edifice of this music that animates them is as compelling as the desire to perform live. In 2019, the arrival of Lonj opens up new horizons for them. His guitar, in the service of constantly evolving compositions, brings a powerful sound to solid riffs and hypnotic grooves.
The Freaky Buds have their roots in the greatest classics of electric blues (RL Burnside, Little Walter, Howlin ‘Wolf, Magic Sam …) but also mix more modern and resolutely Rock influences (The Black Keys, Royal Blood, The Dead Weathers or Deap Vally). The group has a rather atypical line up: no bassist! A direct tribute to their blues roots influences. On stage, the four become one and recreate the atmosphere of the Mississippi Juke Joints: a raw atmosphere delivered by timeless music punctuated by improvisations and fiery.

Song of the Day: 10000 Russos – Super Inertia

Super Inertia is the newly released single from the Porto-based group and is the first taste of their incoming fifth album, Superinertia, which is due out Sep 10th on Fuzz Club Records. 10 000 Russos deal in an all-consuming motorik sound that falls somewhere between notable influences Neu!, Spacemen 3 and The Fall, by way of contemporaries like Moon Duo and Follakzoid. Though their music might be about as kinetic as it gets, they say that ‘Super Inertia’ is a reaction to the «state of inertia that humans live in the West nowadays. It isn’t a record about the past or future. It’s about now.» Enjoy!

Song of the Day: Itzama – Senteur & Parfum

Itzama is the bromance of two childhood friends for 5 years stranded somewhere between 1970 and 2040. Here’s their single Senteur & Parfum, enjoy!