Song of the Day: Larisa – Goodbye

Up and coming, Romanian raised, now London based alt pop artist Larisa first fellin love with music when entering a talent show at her local high school.At 17 years old she entered The Voice of Romania and got through to the semifinalswhich landed her a deal with a Bucharest based Label. She has dedicated herlifeContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Larisa – Goodbye”

Song of the Day: Postcards – Home Is So Sad

Of all things, it is presumably a swan song to all hope with which the Lebanese dream-pop band Postcards report back after the year 2020, that was rich in tragedies for its members. The track Home is so Sad, inspired by Philip Larkin’s poem of the same name, resembles a stocktaking which bewilderedly lists allContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Postcards – Home Is So Sad”

Song of the Day: Chet Faker – Whatever Tomorrow

Having resumed the Chet Faker project in October of last year after a 6-year hiatus, Nick Murphy returns with Hotel Surrender: a new work of 10 self-produced songs characterized by the elements that have allowed Chet Faker to conquer a large international fanbase. As the journey to Hotel Surrender continues, let yourself be carried awayContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Chet Faker – Whatever Tomorrow”

Song of the Day: Epoque – Boss

With its unique musical proposal, Epoque faces the Italian record market and also the international one both thanks to a completely contemporary sound and thanks to the lyrics of the songs he writes in French, Italian and Lingala, the language of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Janine Tshela Nzua, real name of the artist ofContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Epoque – Boss”

Song of the Day: Xtc – This Is Pop?

Celebrations here are linked with the song that gave name to this radio show. This is why the Song of the Day number 250 is the single that the English rock band released in 1978. Wikipedia helps here claiming that the leader of the group Andy Partridge «wrote the song as a response to labelsContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Xtc – This Is Pop?”