Magazine / Issue #87


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Song of the Day: Michael Love Michael – Richard

Michael Love Michael, the genre-blurring, independent New York City-based pop artist, returns with a new single, Richard, following their last release, July’s Have, a simmering folk duet with iconic rock musician, Chelsea Wolfe. Mtv called the collaboration «liberatory,» a song with weight and a «sweltering gloom punctuated by rage.» Richard is the next single from Michael’s upcoming second album, and was co-written and co-produced by Michael with Reuben Butchart. Its groovy, slick R&B sound is a departure from previous work, which has been steeped more in the alternative pop and rock genres. The song’s catchy, «doing the butterfly» chorus is a reference to a childhood spent dancing in their living room to their grandmother’s favorite funk and soul records.

Song of the Day: Diseasfreak – Super Mario Bongo Rips

Diseasfreak appeared on our radar thanks to this dream-pop gem called Super Mario Bongo Rips, no other information is available so let just this tune play. Enjoy!

Song of the Day: Anemoia – Spirals

Gerald Higgins from Dublin, Ireland is not a talkative act. He prefers to let Anemoia‘s music play and here it is Spirals, a dreamy indie pop tune that brings a little bit of Summer in this Winter. Enjoy it!

Song of the Day: Garden Moth – Pulling Teeth

Digging Soundcloud can let you discover beautiful hidden gems, just like Pulling Teeth by Garden Moth. There’s no information about this act but his music, enjoy this indie-folk tune!

Song of the Day: Infinitum Bye – The Escapist (Unreleased)

Infinitum Bye is a blind spot multi-disciplinary quantum field sound artist, multi-instrumentalist-composer-producer, composing extensively in the field of experimental quantum perceptual sonic medias, based in London, UK. His music explores the inner reverbetorial nature of memory, through deep listening, in relation to human perception, with a pin point clear at the centre understanding of the qualities of biological resonance (how we relate to space), through the physics of space and time that we don’t usually experience. Here’s the ethereal The Escapist, enjoy it!

Magazine / Issue #86


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Song of the Day: Miles Kane – Nothing’s Ever Gonna Be Good Enough (feat. Corinne Bailey Rae)

Miles Kane joins Corinne Bailey Rae in the new single Nothing’s Ever Gonna Be Good Enough, the fourth preview of the highly anticipated Change The Show album, coming January 21, 2022 on BMG. The single is accompanied by a nostalgic video directed by Lisa Clarkson and shot between Walton Pier and the Bethnal Green Working Mens Club in London. Change The Show is an authentic and fascinating album, just like Miles Kane himself, and that’s what we’ve all been waiting for. The apotheosis of all his previous works, which does not put aside the influences of glam and classic rock, but also focuses on Motown, soul and 1950s R&B. «This new work comes from an intense period of reflection, because suddenly I found myself with a lot of time on my hands,» said Miles. «I’ve written songs about ups and downs, daydreams, true friends and deep feelings. I learned to let things take their course, but always remaining true to myself». Enjoy the tune!

Song of the Day: Marracash – Crazy Love

About a month after winning the fifth Platinum for his latest and acclaimed studio work Persona, Marracash is back: Noi, Loro, Gli Altri (Island / Universal Music) is his album published on Friday 19th November. Marracash decided to create a trilogy of covers that could best express the concept of the album. Noi is the main cover available in all formats (CD and Vinyl), while it is possible to buy the album with the covers Loro and Gli Altri in the limited edition Vinyl version only. Enjoy Crazy Love!

Song of the Day: Bloc Party – Traps

Bloc Party unveiled the details of their highly anticipated sixth album: Alpha Games, out on April 29, 2022 on Infectious/Bmg, is the band’s first new work after Hymns, released way back in 2016. Bloc Party also the new single Traps, the first preview of the upcoming album, and announce a long tour that will take them around Europe and the United Kingdom in 2022. Produced by Nick Launay and Adam Greenspan (Nick Cave, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Idles), Traps sees the band return to the harsh, adrenaline-pumping sound of early releases in a post-punk explosion. Enjoy the tune!