Dutch four-piece Banji shared their debut single Listen back in 2020. Here’s how the band describes it: «the instrumental to this track felt very lively and energetic. There are a lot of little elements hidden in the music, almost as if they’re constantly trying to talk through each other. I took that concept and picturedContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Banji – Listen”
California-based bedroom pop act Cameron Lew shared back in 2020 this great tune and its groovy texture is the best antidote to survive this week. Enjoy!
Miami Horror is an electro pop project led by Benjamin Plant who embodied his love for The Church with this brilliant cover. «Back 2010 we were asked to cover one of our favorite Australian songs. We chose Under The Milky Way by The Church, it represented many things that we love in music,» says Plant.Continua a leggere “Song of the Day: Miami Horror – Under A Milky Way”
French indie pop/surf pop Beach Youth released a month a go this tune. It is taken from their forthcoming debut album Postcard, which will be out in February 19 2021 via Music From The Masses. Enjoy!
The alt rock band from Brighton released back in 2020 this beautiful tune. Having spent the past year piecing together their own home studio and playing on London’s live circuit, Midlight merge Radiohead geometry and introspective lyrics. Enjoy!
Cassia from Macclesfield shared the past month this cover of the great tune by Arlo Parks and this combo will drive you crazy. Here’s what the band said about it: «The song Hurt for us describes how constant change can cloud a persons judgement and how easily you can slip back into feeling lost. ThisContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Cassia – Hurt”
Los Angeles-based band led by Clementine Creevy released this tune some weeks ago, here’s how the singer describes it: «Rabbit Hole is about clawing back my identity, I often find myself acting a certain way to get someone else’s approval. Then it’s hard for me to find myself again. That’s what I was meditating onContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Cherry Glazerr – Rabbit Hole”
Still looking back to 2020 with this single from Rory Ferreira, the rapper formerly known as Milo. Leaving Hell was published just before the pandemic explosion, and here it is in order to exorcise the beginning of this year. Enjoy!
Waiting for brand new songs to share with you, let’s go back to the past months and try to listen to some tunes that could have missed. Here’s Boston-based post punk band Sweeping Promises with a song that mixes 80’s nostalgia, Diy attitude and a great feeling with the dancefloor. Enjoy!
Back to October 2020 this New York indie band released a song that – in Argonaut & Wasp words – is a crazy dream: «Imagine sitting in the backseat of a car with Smash Mouth’s Steve Harwell (but is he really Guy Fieri?) dressed up as Sergeant Pepper ripping down ‘66 with Mike D asContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Argonaut & Wasp – Pretend You Know”