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Song of the Day: Girl and Girl – All I See
Australia’s Girl and Girl is an exciting, four-piece garage rock outfit that features frontperson Kai James and his Aunty Liss on drums, with longtime friends Jayden Williams on guitar and Fraser Bell on bass. The first release for Sub Pop is the official video for their new single, “All I See.” Girl and Girl frontperson,…
Song of the Day: Crumb – Dust Bunny
Crumb’s second album, Ice Melt, takes its name from the coarse blend of salts that you can buy from your local hardware store. Beginning with the dynamic chaos of “Up & Down,” and ending with Crumb’s closest thing to a lullaby, Ice Melt’ s ten tracks combine, like ice sculptures melting into a glistening puddle.…
Song of the Day: Jessie Ware – Shake The Bottle
‘That! Feels Good!’ is the follow up album to 2020’s ‘What’s Your Pleasure?, which proved her status as one of the UK’s most influential artists and became her highest charting album to date. It included singles ‘Save A Kiss’, ‘Spotlight’ and Barack Obama approved ‘Remember Where You Are’ (added to his NYE playlist). Enjoy ‘Shake…
Tracklist 7×17 (2.5.23)
The seventh season of the radio show hosted by Fernando Rennis.
Song of the Day: Grian Chatten – The Score
The Fontaines D.C. frontman has released a new track entitled “The Score” alongside a video directed by Georgie Jesson. Commenting on the track, Chatten explains, “‘The Score’ is a heavyweight bated breath of lust. I wrote it in Madrid between an electric fan and a dying plant and I intend to keep it there. It…
Song of the Day: Holiday Ghosts – Again And Again
Arriving hot on the heels of acclaimed 2022 EP ‘Credit Note’, ‘Absolute Reality’ tackles different themes of social commentary, with fiery lyrics and hard picked guitars, holding both honest confessions and tall tales, lived stories and movie-like landscapes. Showcasing the noise and texture that Holiday Ghosts love from the New York punk scene and New…
La musica britannica e il suo “inverno dello scontento”
Mala tempora currunt. Lo scorso 15 dicembre, durante il concerto dell’artista Asake alla storica Brixton Academy di Londra, la calca all’esterno del locale ha causato due morti e alcuni feriti, uno di questi è attualmente ricoverato in fin di vita. L’incidente ha avuto come stretta conseguenza la revoca temporanea della licenza alla famosa sala concerti…
Magazine / Issue #155
The best of the week in Saturday’s digital cover.
Song of the Day: The Japanese House – Sad To Breath
It’s been nearly a decade since Bain’s break-out in 2015, back when The Japanese House was a mysterious unidentified figure shrouded in mystery and reverb. These days though, Bain’s sound and style is characteristically wide open, her vulnerabilities, thoughts and innermost feelings stitched into a tapestry of gorgeous, elevated pop music. Written during a creative burst at the…
Verranno a chiederti dell’indie sleaze
Nemmeno il tempo di dare il benvenuto al 2023 che il web ci mette già di fronte a decennali e ventennali di album importanti o, se non proprio storici, perfetti per quell’effetto nostalgia che ci sovrasta.
Song of the Day: Cumgirl8 – Cicciolina
New York quartet cumgirl8 (or cg8) shared their new single “cicciolina,” their first with 4AD. The group consists of Lida Fox (bass), Veronika Vilim (guitar), Chase Lombardo (drums) and Avishag Rodrigues (guitar. The quartet creates boundless, brilliantly chaotic music that takes its cues from such talents as Cocteau Twins, ESG, Suicide, B-52s, Madonna and others.…
Miracles, punk and electric resurrections: the saga of CCCP and CSI
Many of my non-Italian friends have asked me to write something about a wonderful collective in Italian music history. I took a cue from an article I originally published on July 2, 2014 on the Son Of Marketing website for this piece. Berlin, 80’s. Two guys meet in a disco and start talking. They are…