Song Of The Day

Dal 2020 This Is Pop? è anche un blog musicale che tiene d’occhio i nuovi artisti e riscopre gemme preziose dal passato.

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Since 2020 This Is Pop? is also a music blog that keeps an eye on new artists and rediscovers precious gems from the past.

Song of the Day: Miley Cyrus – Flowers

‘Flowers’ is the first single from “Endless Summer Vacation”, Miley Cyrus’ eighth studio album, out March 10 via RCA. 2023 shows Miley as strong and confident as she’s ever been. The music and imagery of “Endless Summer Vacation” reflect the strength she has found by reflecting on her physical and mental well-being. Recorded in Los…

Song of the Day: Deus – 1989

dEUS shares the 2nd single taken from the forthcoming album ‘How To Replace It’. On ‘1989’ dEUS sounds typically dramatic and full of ideas. All Linn drums, synths, and nods to yacht rock, the track sounds very, well, 1989. It also sees singer and leader Tom Barman channelling his inner Leonard Cohen; smoky, seductive, and…

Song of the Day: National – Tropic Morning News

The National have announced the release of their ninth album First Two Pages of Frankenstein scheduled for 28 April 2023 on 4AD. Underpinned by evocative melodies and compelling lyrical storytelling, First Two Pages of Frankenstein marks an exciting new chapter in the band’s discography. The 11-song album was produced by The National at Long Pond…

Song of the Day: Slowthai – Selfish

Slowthai is back with details of his third studio album UGLY. Released on March 3rd via Method Records/Universal Music Canada, it launches with new single “Selfish”.  Right now Slowthai is inside a custom built room fitted floor to ceiling with 2-way mirrors. He entered the room last night and will continue to spend time with himself throughout…

Song of the Day: Peaness – Kaizen

Peaness describe themselves as “three piece indie-pop band based in Chester. With more hooks, charm and depth than a dozen identikit indie-boy bores”. Here’s their song Kaizen, enjoy the tune!

Song of the Day: Bottler – Melatonin

Bottler is the electronic duo of Brooklyn musicians Pat Butler & Phil Shore. Sonically, they blend indie dance & electronic pop with acoustic, digital & analog instrumentation. Enjoy Melatonin!

Song of the Day: Strange Ranger – Needing You

Throughout the last decade, Strange Ranger have been crafting seamless indie music that feels both already classic and precisely of its time. From ‘Daymoon’s strains of the Microphones by way of the Pacific Northwest-era indie scene to the dark elation and Cure-reminiscent stylings of ‘Remembering the Rockets’ they’ve become one of the rare standouts of…

Song of the Day: The Green Pajamas – Six Minutes in Heaven

The Green Pajamas formed in the spring of 1984 when Jeff Kelly and Joe Ross recorded and released their first album, ‘Summer Of Lust,’ pioneering Seattle’s answer to the Los Angeles Paisley Underground scene. Enjoy Six Minutes in Heaven!

Song of the Day: For Tracy Hyde – The First Time (Is The Last Time)

Disbanded January 5th, 2023 For Tracy Hyde was a 5-piece band consisting of Natsubot (Gt), U-1 (Gt), Mav (Ba) and Draft (Dr), started in autumn 2012 as Natsubot’s home recording project with U-1. 2014, Lovely Summer-chan (Vo) joined and the band took its original form as a 5-piece band with female vocals. In May 2015,…

Song of the Day: Alex Tano – Entanglement

Alex Tano began his career as a rocker in 1996. He continues his experience with electronic music as a remixer and sound engineer. His is an Electro-House dance, which combines dilated and rarefied moments with other markedly Deep, characterized by the use of synthesizers and by rhythms and sounds conceived in an elaborate way. The…

Song of the Day: Daktyl – Fake Gold

London act Daktyl released his last single Fake Gold, here’s how he presents it: “This song was one of about 30 that came about from a series of sound design sessions last month. I tried not to overthink it and ended up with some interesting textures and harmonies. The lyrics come from an idea I’ve…

Song of the Day: The Murder Capital – Ethel

The Murder Capital’s first album ‘When I Have Fears’ had all its songs written and recorded within the first 9 months of the band knowing each other. Now, with ‘Gigi’s Recovery’, the band had to learn to navigate their personal relationships through the relationships they harnessed with these new songs. Without knowing what these songs would sound…

Song of the Day: Lester Robertson – Akirfa

On this 7”, we present two lost jazz tracks by the trombonist and Horace Tapscott-collaborator, Lester Robertson. Lester has worked with some of the greats of jazz including Gerald Wilson, Anita O’Day, Lionel Hampton and Roy Porter Sound Machine on the classic ‘Jessica’ album. Lester was a member of Horace Tapscott’s The Pan-Afrikan Peoples Arkestra…

Song of the Day: Death Valley Girls – What Are the Odds

For the better part of a decade, LA’s scrappy rock n’ roll mystics Death Valley Girls have used their music as a means of tapping into a communal cosmic energy. On albums like Glow In The Dark (2016), Darkness Rains (2018), and Under the Spell of Joy (2020) the band challenged the soul-crushing banality of…

Song of the Day: Sky Adler – It’s About Time

The Chicago Native and USC Film School dropout, Sky Adler moved to Brooklyn in 2016 to pursue music, film, and acting. Within the past year, Sky developed his own voice and craft creating a sound that pulls from the likes of Gorillaz, Gnarls Barkley, and Post Malone. In his spare time he over-thinks about girls…

Song of the Day: Miss Grit – Follow the Cyborg

The New York-based, Korean-American musician Margaret Sohn (they/she), announces Follow the Cyborg, their debut album – out 24 February 2023 on Mute – and presents the title track and accompanying video. On Follow the Cyborg, Sohn pursues the path of a non-human machine, as it moves from its helpless origin to awareness and liberation. At times gentle and sparse, at times volatile and…

Song of the Day: Phoebe Bridgers – So Much Wine

Phoebe Bridgers has released a cover of The Handsome Family’s “So Much Wine” – an addition to her Christmas song catalog. Proceeds from the track will be going to the Los Angeles LGBT Center, which is one of the few federally qualified health centers with providers who specialize in substance abuse treatment for lesbian, gay,…

Song of the Day: Jonathan Bree – Destiny

Jonathan Bree is a musician from New Zealand, known for melodic compositions where he croons about modern life and love, over string parts that slide precariously between notes and dulcitones chimes. The end result is a musical palette one could describe as dark Disney. These elements are present in his breakthrough viral hit, ‘You’re So Cool,’ which…

Song of the Day: Weyes Blood – Children of the Empire

Los Angeles act Natalie Mering (aka Weyes Blood) recently released her new album And In The Darkness, Hearts Aglow. Here’s what she wrote about it: “Hello Listener, well, here we are! Still making it all happen in our very own, fully functional shit show. My heart, like a glow stick that’s been cracked, lights up my…

2023: Under the radar pt 2

Second part of our tips for the new year: Under the radar pt 1 suggests other seven acts to watch. Enjoy their music! Nia Archives The creator of ‘HIJINXX’, Nia Archives champions the DIY spirit. A producer, singer, songwriter and visual artist: Nia Archives distinct aesthetic and versatile style is influenced by a mixture o…

Song of the Day: Grand Soleil – Horizon

Grand Soleil are two brothers. Pach comes from a hip hop background and Drich is more into techno. Their tastes in music may be different, their unique rule it to make people dance and travel. They grew up in the 90s pop culture nourished by science fiction throughout movies and cartoons. New LP “Human Error” is an…

2023: Under the radar pt 1

First part of our tips for the new year: Under the radar pt 1 suggests seven acts to watch. Enjoy their music! Somebody’s Child Starting his musical journey aged five in Paris, Can Godfrey (aka Somebody’s Child) took to playing the piano in the family apartment. Upon moving back to Ireland, he gained an interest…

Song of the Day: K Flay – It’s Been So Long

New single from Los Angeles act K Flay. “It’s like you’ve been waiting all your life to get back to that place and it feels so, so, so good when you do get there,” she shares of the feeling that inspired It’s Been So Long. Enjoy this beautiful song!

Best Albums 2022

Sic et simpliciter: nine best albums of 2022 for This Is Pop?, enjoy them! 9. Working Men’s Club – Fear Fear 8. Porridge Radio – Waterslide, Diving Board, Ladder to the Sky 7. Arctic Monkeys – The Car 6. Weyes Blood – And In The Darkness, Hearts Aglow 5. Kendrick Lamar – Mr. Morale &…

Song of the Day: Yabba – Get By

Yabba don’t try to be anything or be a part of any scene. Anything goes. From Dumfries, in south west Scotland, their in comparable sleaze-disco, self-indulgent, drug jam sound has driven the quintet in equal measure to go above and beyond all cultural norms, and to fecund a feeling in music that specialises in the…

Song of the Day: Gretel Hänlyn – Drive

Gretel Hänlyn is a 20 year old singer from London. Having been raised on a diet of Nick Cave she picked up a guitar & started writing her own gothic stories and songs at age 11. As she grew as a musician, started going to gigs & fell in love with Tim Buckley, Nirvana and then…

Song of the Sunday: Cucamaras – Porcelain

Special Sunday edition of This Is Pop?’s column Song of the Day to introduce Cucamaras from Nottingham, Uk. Their “post-something” is so fascinating and Porcelain is their last single, out for Exag’ Records. Enjoy it and have a nice Sunday!

Song of the Day: Rafters – Spirit

Eclectic electronic, ambient, post rock and indie influenced vibes from London and Brighton based Rafters. Bringing contemplative cinematic indie (New Masks and Parties), psychedelic electronicacoustica (Butterfield), and uncompromising lofi techtron (digital delay). Enjoy Spirit!

Song of the Day: The Haptics – Doubt

A Rock and Post-Punk group that hopes to reach new heights with their music, The Haptics formed when a gang of like-minded individuals got together in Vancouver. Bonding over their mutual love of melodic, post-punk beats, and a general love for creating noise, the versatile artists decided to chart a new voyage with their music.…

Song of the Day: Don Letts – Outta Sync

From collaborating with the likes of The Clash and Bob Marley to colliding genres with Big Audio Dynamite to presenting his own radio show on BBC6 Music to winning a Grammy to receiving an honorary doctorate for his contribution to culture, Don Letts seems to have done it all, or at any rate a lot.…

Song of the Day: Inu Jima – Best Before (The First Bite)

With an imaginative and dreamy sound likened to that of Men I Trust, Beach House, Sunset Rollercoaster and Leah Dou, Inu-jima 犬島( lit. “Dog Island” ) are a group from Melbourne, Australia. Enthusiastic about the indie band sounds from their Asian origins, Inu-jima explores the intricacies between sounds and images. Started as a bedroom project…

Song of the Day: Jerry Folk – Flawless

Jerry Folk is a Norwegian DJ/producer. He has remixing the likes of Baby Bash, Oh Wonder, Chromeo, ZZ Ward and has many original productions. In his tracks, Folk creatively instills his signature blend of indie, disco, funk, R&B, and house. Enjoy his last song Flawless!

Song of the Day: Teen Daze – One For Paradise

Since 2010, Jamison Isaak has been creating music under a multitude of different aliases: whether it’s the ambient-leaning synthpop sounds of Teen Daze, sun-drenched dance tracks of Pacific Coliseum, or the quiet and meditative folk songs as Two Bicycles, Isaak has created a fanbase around his compelling, melodic and atmospheric works. Here’s One For Paradise,…

Song of the Day: Munya – Cocoa Beach (Neon Indian Rmx)

In 2018 Munya started creating her own music which eventually became a series of three EPs – a trilogy – each named for a significant place in her life. Here’s how Alan Palomo, aka Neon Indian, remixed Cocoa Beach, enjoy the tune!

Song of the Day: Mister Strange – Nothing At All

Hailing from Manchester, the self-described ‘Wunder-Fuzz’ band Mister Strange have created significant buzz with a run of high-octane live shows and their 2021 debut EP ‘I’ that channeled the crude, fuzz-punk clamour of The Stooges, The Ramones, and more recently, Ty Segall or Thee Oh Sees. The band are led by vocalist/drummer Tomas Walmsley (also…

Song of the Day: Yo La Tengo – Fallout

Time passes and things change, but that doesn’t mean we can’t react. Yo La Tengo have been racing against time for nearly four decades and continue to win. The trio’s latest win is called This Stupid World, an enchanting series of thoughtful songs that resist the tick of the clock. This music is not so…

Song of the Day: Unknown Mortal Orchestra – I Killed Captain Cook

Ruban Nielson’s creature in recent years has become one of the most influential realities of the international independent scene, with hundreds of plays on streaming services and albums and singles in the charts all over the world. The news of the new album and single also anticipate the tour that the band will do in…

Song of the Day: Fucked Up – One Day

The idea for the record was born from the question “What would you do if there was only one day left to live?” and saw Damian Abraham return to the role of lyricist after the stop he took on the previous album. Fucked Up are a legend of the American and Canadian hardcore scene and…

Song of the Day: Kuni – Sleep Baby

Kuni is short for Kunimitsu, one of the main characters of the hugely popular video game Tekken. From an early age Eleonora Danese was obsessed with Japanese culture, so much so that she earned a degree in East Asian Languages ​​and Cultures, specializing in Korean and Japanese, and lived for a short time in Tokyo…

Song of the Day: Fake Fruit – Over Ice

Fake Fruit distill Pink Flag era Wire, Pylon, and Mazzy Star to expound on the absurdity of modern life. Front woman Hannah D’Amato leads the group through three minute clap backs of minimal, moody post-punk. Here’s Over Ice, enjoy the tune!

Song of the Day: Paco Versailles – Love When We Get High

Paco Versailles is a collaboration between guitarist/composer Vahagni and songwriter/producer Ryan Merchant (Capital Cities). Their sound is a mix of flamenco guitar rhythms with disco-leaning electronic production and captivating vocals, a new genre they call Dancemenco. The name Paco Versailles was conceived while imagining a collaboration between their biggest influences, the legendary Spanish guitarist Paco…

Song of the Day: Max Casacci – Messaggio di gioia

After the debut solo album “Earthphonia” (2020), made exclusively with sounds of nature and its ecosystems, the musician, experimenter and producer, Max Casacci, co-founder and guitarist of Subsonica, announces the new album “Urban Groovescapes” (Earthphonia II) coming on November 25, 2022 for 35mm, the film / experimental section of 42 Records, preceded by the song…

Song of the Day: Rihanna – Lift Me Up

Rihanna – global superstar, designer, entrepreneur, philanthropist and artist with the most digitally sold singles ever – returns to the music scene this Friday with “Lift Me Up”, the first single from the soundtrack of the new film “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever “. “Lift Me Up” was written by Tems, Academy Award winner Ludwig Göransson,…

Song of the Day: Portland – Sensational

Recorded in London with producer Oliver Bayston (Boxed In), the lead single is an emphatic starting point. Confident and mature, it hones Jente Pironet’s and Sarah Pepels’ pop instincts with precision, while retaining the evocative nature of their songwriting. It dips into the pure essence of Portland; crafted at night, Jente sent across the demo…

Song of the Day: Maps – Heya Yaha

Maps – aka James Chapman – has shared the first single, ‘Heya Yaha’ alongside four new tracks from his fifth studio album release, Counter Melodies. The new album, due out on Mute on 10 February 2023, features the fastest, most intensely euphoric pieces that Chapman has ever produced. “I’ve always used music as a way…

Song of the Day: Philip Selway – Check For Signs Of Life

Philip Selway has announced the release of his new album Strange Dance, out February 24 via Bella Union and available for pre-order here. To accompany the announcement, Selway shared a visualizer for the bewitching main track “Check For Signs Of Life”. When Philip Selway asked some of her favorite musicians to play on her third…

Song of the Day: The Cure – Lullaby

Hey, it’s Halloween folks! This is why the Song of the Day is a 1989 single by The Cure. Its music video, directed by Tim Pope and edited by Peter Goddard, won British Video of the Year at the 1990 Brit Awards. Here’s the spooky tune by Robert Smith & co, enjoy Lullaby: trick or…

Song of the Day: Ellie Goulding – Let It Die

To date Ellie Goulding has celebrated 3 number 1 albums, 2 BRIT Awards, GRAMMY Awards nominations and 2 Golden Globe nominations. She has sold over 18 million albums and 140 million singles, amassing 23 billion streams worldwide. With over 50 million followers on her social platforms, she has also earned YouTube’s Diamond Award with 10…

Song of the Day: Secret Shame – Zero

Zero is the final single and music video from the North Carolina band Secret Shame, ahead of their sophomore album, Autonomy. The track exposes the fragility and insecurity underlying in mental illness, and it is a direct connection into the personal battle and thoughts of Secret Shame vocalist Lena. Here’s how they introduce it: “Confronting the fragility…

Song of the Day: Syml – Howling (feat. Lucius)

Syml is a musician, songwriter and producer based in Seattle. He announced “The Day My Father Died,” the second album due Feb. 3 and anticipated by the new single, “Howling,” featuring Lucius. The video, shot in Montreal, is directed by Benjamin Lussier and produced by Parce Que Films. “It’s about adoring your partner, wanting to…

Song of the Day: ProleteR – La Fumée Des Souvenirs (feat. Ruinz Ason)

It’s been more than 10 years since ProleteR dropped his debut EP. The signature sound of the french Producer, made of banging hiphop beats and clever patchwork of wonderful jazz and swing samples, was the missing link between the underground beatmaking scene and electro swing music. Some of his contagious feelgood tracks are underground classics. Enjoy…

Song of the Day: Olivia Dean – Danger

Olivia Dean is a Singer-Songwriter and East London native, jumped onto the scene sharing her lyrical and soulful music with the world. In 2020 Olivia her debut EP, ‘What Am I Gonna Do On Sundays?’ which was produced by Felix Joseph (Jorja Smith, AJ Tracey, Mahalia) to an amass of acclaim from the music industry.…

Song of the Day: James Brandon Lewis – Someday We’ll All Be Free

Tenor saxophonist James Brandon Lewis announced ‘Eye Of I’, his ANTI- Records debut album that swaps out the extra-musical research and cerebral high concepts of his critically acclaimed ‘Jesup Wagon’ and the aesthetic manifestos of ‘An Unruly Manifesto’ for a lean power trio of tenor sax, electronic cello and drums that reaches for singable melodies and a simple punk-band-in-the-basement credo:…

Song of the Day: Echo Machine – The Cage

Echo Machine is a pop band from Dundee, they describe their sound as the one “of an exploding disco ball”. Their debut album “Instant Transmissions” was released in February 2020, reaching no.9 in the UK Record Store Charts, and no.14 in the Scottish album chart. And here they are with the new single The Cage,…

Song of the Day: Public Body – Break From Life

Five piece art punk band from Brighton – or so the masses are led to believe, by Public Body’s new bio, cannily circulated amongst the ‘great and good’ of the British music industry, BUT NOW we’re thrown back in time and space. Huddled around a wood effect desk in the off-white bowels of a government…

Song of the Day: Pocket Sun – Wake Up

With creamy synth-pop roots, Pocket Sun (Bristol, Uk) layer microcosmic worlds of emotional potency; everything from melancholia, reflection, and nostalgia is reflected within their work. Hypnotic grooves keep a swirling whirlpool of electronic textures grounded and powerful, whilst soaring, intimate vocals sew the listener into the ephemeral landscapes of the music. Enjoy their single Wake Up!

Song of the Day: Black Belt Eagle Scout – Don’t Give Up

Black Belt Eagle Scout- moniker of Swinomish, WA-based multi-instrumentalist Katherine Paul – returns with a new single, “Don’t Give Up.” This is Black Belt Eagle Scout’s first new release since 2019’sAt the Party With My Brown Friends, an album “encased in swirls of dream-pop production…[that] represents a softer, more subtle sort of resistance” (Pitchfork), and her…

Song of the Day: Laibach – Love Is Still Alive

This is the dawn of the third millennium of Mankind. The planet Earth, which we once knew as our home, is now nothing but a dead rock floating in space, destroyed by wars, pandemics and all the evil that men do. So is the Moon, which once served as the stepping-stone into the vast universe,…

Song of the Day: Asake – Joha

The Nigerian artist Asake just released the new album ‘Mr. Money With the Vibe’, this is the year of Asake, star of the Nigerian afobeats scene, capable of tens of millions of streaming with his latest singles for YBNL Nation and EMPIRE, forge of African artists (in addition to Asake this year they gave us…

Song of the Day: Liela Moss – Vanishing Lands (feat. Gary Numan)

Liela Moss announced the release of her new album Internal Working Model out 13th January via Bella Union. To celebrate the announcement Moss has shared lead track “Vanishing Shadows” which features a guest appearance from electro-rock innovator Gary Numan whose vocal provides the perfect foil for the groove-driven intensity of Moss’ take on the malign forces that can distract us…

Song of the Day: Mount Kimbie – f1 racer (feat. Kučka)

Mount Kimbie announced their double album, comprised of individual albums by its two members – Dom Maker and Kai Campos – MK 3.5: Die Cuts | City Planning, out 4 November via Warp Records.  MK 3.5: Die Cuts | City Planning shows how Dom Maker and Kai Campos have grown over the past decade, and…

Song of the Day: Lowly – Keep Up The Good Work

The internationally acclaimed quintet from Denmark continue to develop their creative process, embracing other peoples’ affection and letting it blend into their songwriting. The result of this journey: Keep Up The Good Work, the band’s most heartfelt work to date.  Sometimes the support we need doesn’t lie in complex answers. Sometimes it can be found…

Song of the Day: Okay Kaya – Jolene From Her Own Perspective

Kaya Wilkins, known as Okay Kaya, is an American-Norwegian musician, model and actress based in New Jersey, and ‘SAP’ is her third album, second for Jagjaguwar after the excellent response from critics and audiences of ‘Watch the Liquid Pour Itself ‘of 2020 and of the very original mixtape’ The Incompatible Mixtape ‘of last year (also…

Song of the Day: Tom Skinner – Bishara

“This record is an attempt to put something truthful in the world – says Tom Skinner – through collaboration and community, in a time of growing dishonesty and disinformation … bringing together the musicians of this album that are very dear to me, we pay homage to that idea by collectively spreading the light where…

Song of the Day: The Tallest Man On Earth – Lost Highway (Hank Williams Cover)

“This past year, I’ve spent a lot of time touring but also writing and recording an album that I’m wildly proud of and will see the light of day eventually. But in the small hours in between trips and sessions, mostly in my house in Sweden and an AirBnb in North Carolina, I lo-fi recorded…

Song of the Day: Titus Andronicus – An Anomaly

Titus Andronicus are a real American rock institution, formed in New Jersey (like the greats of US rock) in 2005 and to date have released seven albums with punk rock tones. The band led by Patrick Stickles is unique in its black and over the years have released albums for cult labels such as XL…

Song of the Day: Spoon – On the Radio (Adrian Sherwood Reconstruction)

Lucifer on the Moon is the anti-gravity companion to Spoon’s Lucifer on the Sofa. A top-to-bottom rework of the Austin band’s tenth album, it was created by On-U Sound founder and UK dub icon, Adrian Sherwood.  Moon first took shape as a few heady remixes for the singles from Lucifer on the Sofa. Frontman Britt Daniel offered Sherwood two suggestions: “Avoid things that would not…

Song of the Day: Goat – Under No Nation

The question we asked on a regularly is “when is there gonna to be another Goat album?”. Well that wait is finally over! The band have just announced a brand new 10 track album called ‘Oh Death’ which is being released on 21 October. The first single to be released from the album is the…

Song of the Day: Sudan Archives – Selfish Soul

Singer, composer, violinist and producer, Sudan Archives is among the most interesting realities of the current music scene. Its unique and distinctive sound blends elements of R&B on the violin, African sounds with elements of experimental electronics and funk. Two years after ‘Athena’, the debut album, Sudan Archives is ready to return with ‘Natural Brown…

Song of the Day: Jamie Xx – Kill Dem

Jamie Xx returns after Let’s Do It Again with the new single Kill Dem, which is today presented as “Hottest Record In The World” by Clara Amfo on BBC Radio 1. The piece was created with Notting Hill Carnival in mind. and it’s inspired by the party energy and soundsystems Jamie has heard there since…

Song of the Day: Algiers – Bite Back

‘Bite Back’ is the first new music from Algiers – the four-piece of Franklin James Fisher, Ryan Mahan, Lee Tesche and Matt Tong – since their critically acclaimed third album There Is No Year in 2020. The band will make their UK and European live return in early 2023, with a run of headline dates…

Song of the Day: Verdena – Chaise Longue

Verdena were born in 1995 thanks to Alberto Ferrari (vocals, guitar), his brother Luca (drums) and Roberta Sammarelli. In September 1999 their debut album, Valvonauta, produced by Giorgio Canali, was released to inaugurate the recording contract with Black Out / Universal. In 2001 the EP Spaceman was released, followed by the second album Solo un…

Song of the Day: Golden Features – Vigil

Acclaimed Australian electronic producer Golden Features (AKA Tom Stell) returns with his second single of the year ‘Vigil’, out now via Foreign Family Collective / Warner Music Australia.  A dark and meddlesome addition to Golden Features’ catalog, ‘Vigil’ is riddled with fluttering percussive accents, ominous vocals, and thumping basslines. Weaving his tale of sleep deprivation…

Song of the Day: Biig Piig – Kerosene

‘Fun’ has been Biig Piig’s first new material of 2022, and the mark of a new chapter in her life between Los Angeles and London. After the pandemic shut down Live, the nomadic singer and songwriter burst back onto the stage with a massive Glass Animals tour, dates with Jungle, and her first US tour…

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