Song of the Day: Colver – Sort It All Out

After having laid the foundations of their nostalgic universe on a promising first EP(“Walk Swim Fly”), Colver is about to make their come back with a first album that explores the meanders of human relationships. Between existential questioning, insomnia, break-up and disillusionment in love, “Lifeshake” promises to be a tasty mix of all kinds of emotions on a background of sophisticated sounds and melodies more contagious than ever. This album is like an evening of wandering in the heart of the capital: you dance, laugh, cry a little too, and you wake up with a cocktail of shared emotions. Described as “the next generation of Belpop” (JAM rtbf) and “the new Belgian crooners” (LaVague Parallèle), Colver arouses enthusiasm by realizing a tour de force: to make the crowd dance on a background of dark subjects, but which are simply part of life.”Lifeshake,” then.

“Sort It All Out” was written in Tarifa, Spain, during a journey to refocus on oneself after a long period of soul-searching and insomnia. Although the song’s subject matter seems bleak at first glance, its explosive choruses invite you to go wild on the dance floor, away from your worries and deep thoughts.The release of ‘Sort It All Out’, accompanied by a captivating clip, is the first single from “Lifeshake”, Colver’s debut album out in March 2023.

Song of the Day: Discomostro – Aprile

DiscoMostro is the brainchild of Carlame, who takes on the role of singer, together with Ilmorla (guitar), Manuel (drums) and Andy (bass). A mixture of rock n’ roll and hardcore punk revisited in a surprisingly personal key. Lyrics in Italian, anger, sarcasm and nihilism.
The first album was released in April 2016 by Professional Punkers and was a
significant success since the first date at Leoncavallo. In a few months DiscoMostro receive many requests for concerts and immediately perform on important stages such as Live Club Trezzo, Leoncavallo Milano, Honky Tonky Seregno, various Open Air Festivals with bands of the calibre of The Casualties, Reagan Youth, Siberian Meat Grinder, Punkreas, Modena City Ramblers, Raw Power, Nabat, Last Resort and many others.

They go as far south as Sardinia and abroad to Croatia, to the famous Monteparadiso Squat in Pula. In December 2017, DiscoMostro returned to Toxic Basement Studio to work on their second album entitled “Mostroscopia” released on 18 April 2018 on CD and coloured vinyl hand-numbered, which is followed by a new tour of over thirty dates, with interest
growing interest. On 24 September 2021, “TUTTO PANX” EP is released, an EP of covers available on streaming on Spotify and as a free download on Bandcamp, pending the release of the new album (third chapter in the saga) entitled ‘Mostropathy’.

Discomostro amaze us once again with this thunderbolt: they extract out of their cursed cylinder four supersonic tracks, swirling gracelessly between The Damned, Dead Kenneys, Circle Jerks and… Patty Pravo! They flip them over, wallow in them, turn up the volume and finally beat us in their own way, with their usual scratchy, dark and sordid sound.
scratching, dark and loud sound. On 7 January 2022 they finally released, always for Professional Punkers and always recording at Toxic Basement Studio, “MOSTROPATIA” the album that will close the monsters trilogy and which is released in LP 12″ format and on CD in two different versions for as regards the internal booklet and the colour of the graphics. Enjoy Aprile!

Song of the Day: Diving At Down – A Lot Like Love

Diving At Dawn is a one-man band comprising of Pete Hobbs, better known as the music-providing half of indie-pop duo The Boy Least Likely To. Pete grew up in Aylesbury but moved to London to seek his musical good fortune. He is influenced by Milan Kundera, Van Halen, Wings, Garth Merenghi, Battlestar Galactica and re runs of Rising Damp. Enjoy the beautiful A Lot Like Love!

Song of the Day: Kieiy – Right When The Sun Rises

Kiey takes inspiration from artists such as Lana Del Rey, Britney Spears, Utada Hikaru, Bjork, Troye Sivan etc. Together, they helped shaping Kiey’s own soundscape: a marriage between the melancholic melodies and the heavy beats of the dance-floor. Following up from his dark-coloured debut album in 2019 “Night To Myself”, Kiey continued to make a brighter counterpart to it in 2020-2021. That process resulted in this bright, cinematic and uplifting record containing 12 tracks of electro-pop galore. The ethereal single of the same name “Sunday Sanctuary” taken from the album was first released on July 9th, 2021 and had since amassed more than 1 million streams on all platforms. Discussing the EP’s title track, Kiey shares: “Sunday Sanctuary at its core is about the serenity and happiness of spending time with loved ones on a Sunday. The lyrical content describes the feeling of exhaustion after a busy week of work and the joy of spending the whole of Sunday with someone: be it a lover or a family member doing various mundane activities (taking walks, shopping, drinking coffee etc). It’s also one of my personal favourites on the album!” Enjoy Right When The Sun Rises!

Magazine / Issue #139

Song of the Day: Febueder – Dire Science

Febueder are an avant-indie duo from Ascot, England, composed of lead vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Kieran Godfrey and percussionist Samuel Keysell. Their name (pronounced Fe-byou-der) is more than a made-up appellation, it’s the…

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Song of the Day: Tipuana Tipu – Procedere

Tipuana Tipu was born in Romagna (It) but has lived in Barcelona. He composes and records his pieces in solitude and then looks for new Tipuanati around the world with his style light-hearted but reflective that takes from Indie rock to alternative, from electronics to pop. If you were wondering what the name means then wander the streets of Barcelona in June and you will guess it. Enjoy Procedere!

Song of the Day: Colm Daffy – One For Yourself

“One For Yourself” is the self produced second single from Kildare songwriter Colm Daffy. The track has an ethereal indie pop sound which lends itself nicely to Colm’s laid back vocal style. Following the release of his debut single “Borrowed Time”, Colm has developed a richer sound, influenced in part by artists such as Sufjan Stevens, Phoenix and Melody’s Echo Chamber.
The title refers to Colm’s life as a pub musician, playing cover songs for the most part and finding himself reluctant to play his own material. Enjoy the tune!

Song of the Day: Louise Culture – Grime

Louis Culture is the compelling, genre-bending artist whose music you didn’t know you needed. The 24-year-old rapper, producer and DJ explores the rich tapestry of black British music – house, UK garage, hip-hop and more – with effortless lyrical delivery for an altogether different experience, a soundtrack for the lives of listeners. Still early in his career, he has made his name known in London’s burgeoning underground scene through a number of releases. Enjoy Grime!

Tracklist 7×9 (3.1.23)

The Deepshakerz, Nhan Solo & DiVine – Hey Now!
Sophie Jamieson – Boundary
Baauer – No Delay
The Waeve – Kill Me Again
Alvvays – Many Mirrors
Sparklehorse – It Will Never Stop
Bumpy – Hide & Seek
The Sonic Underground – Hey Yeah
!!! – Un Puente (Ácido Pantera Remix)
Circa Waves – Carry You Home
Rubyibis – Revision
JakoJako – Auris
Liela Moss – Ache In The Middle (ft Jehnny Beth)
Sunroof – January #2
Rosemary & Garlic – Midlands

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Song of the Day: Stormzy – This Is What I Mean

Stormzy made a swift rise in the early 2010s to become one of the UK’s most critically acclaimed artists. Making his breakthrough in 2017 with his chart-topping, platinum-certified debut album ‘Gang Signs & Prayer’, Stormzy has gone on to headline Glastonbury Festival, have a number one single with “Vossi Bop” and release sophomore album ‘Heavy Is The Head’ in 2019. This Is What I Mean is the third studio album by British rapper Stormzy, released through #Merky and 0207 Def Jam on 25 November 2022. Enjoy the tune!

Song of the Day: Sza – Shirt

Born in St. Louis and raised in Maplewood, NJ, genre-defying, and GRAMMY Award winning recording artist SZA released her long-awaited sophomore album SOS (TDE/RCA) on December 9, 2022. Instantly and universally met with acclaim, SOS debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, earning SZA her first No. 1 on the chart. With over 400 million streams in the US during release week, SOS became the second largest streaming week for a female artist and third largest of 2022 among all albums. Several tracks dominated song charts and playlists across digital service providers, with standout tracks “Kill Bill” and “Nobody Gets Me” landing at No. 3 and No. 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, respectively. “Kill Bill” is SZA’s first No. 1 Global hit on Spotify and Apple Music and peaked at No. 2 on the YouTube Trending Music chart. Enjoy the tune!

Magazine / Issue #138

Song of the Day: The Rills – Falling Apart

The Rills are a Lincoln indie band, returning to the city for a homecoming show. Refusing to be held back by multiple lockdowns, they spent 2020 working on releasing two…

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