Magazine / Issue #50


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Song of the Day: Love Lights Driving – Bandana

Love Lights Driving is a Los Angeles-based band. The group calls their music “Pocket Pop.” Their style fuses elements of rock, alternative, R&B, and pop music with disco, funk, indie, Afro-Latin beats, and the synthesizer and arpeggiator/sequencer driven sound of modern electronica. Here’s Bandana, enjoy!

Song of the Day: Dook Walt Jr – Solo

Dook Walt Jr is back with Solo, a song twinkling twilit synth-pop with a knowing dash of absurdist abandon. With the release of their single Room, Dook Walt Jr have broken their streak of streaming silence, broadcasting a message across the 5G enabled urban enclaves for the indie-pop-hipster masses to hear. The boys will be releasing an album in May. Enjoy!

Song of the Day: Ider – Cross Yourself

Megan Markwick and Lily Somerville are back with a new single. Ider said the tune «is a reflection on how we search for purpose – how we often attach meaning to things or like the idea of something external to believe in, in exchange for believing in ourselves.» Enjoy!

Song of the Day: Maxton Hunter – Noosa (feat. Lucy Branch)

Maxton Hunter is a producer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist based in Los Angeles, California. He release the Ep Paradise Syndrome that contains this great tune with the featuring of Lucy Branch. Enjoy!

Song of the Day: Motta – E poi finisco per amarti

E poi finisco per amarti is the first single that anticipates the release of Motta’s third album. The Italian songwriter returns with new music after three years from Vivere o Morire. The single paves the way for a record that Motta has worked on over three years with a great production work and involving Italian and international musicians.
With her voice in the center, in the foreground, and a personal and elaborate sound, with an international flavor, the song tells of serenity and love as a point of arrival and not as a starting point. We are human beings and, as such, we make mistakes and can have a hard time understanding each other when we change. Love has different faces and Motta tells how two frailties can end up creating a very strong bond. Enjoy!

Magazine / Issue #49


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Song of the Day: The Ghibertins – 20149 Milano

Here’s a Milan based indie band that contains all the members’ contradictions
of completely different musical backgrounds such as Father John Misty,
Mumford & Sons, National, Ben Harper, Pearl Jam. The band told us: «20149 Milano is the first single taken from our forthcoming concept album. It will feature one song for every decade of our fictional character’s life, from his birth to his death. Every song will represent a precise feeling, felt by the protagonist in a precise moment. This track represents the protagonist’s downfall. It’s an angry and disorienting descent towards abandonment.» Enjoy!

Song of the Day: Ten Tonnes – Everything You Got

It’s been almost two years since Ten Tonnes shared his eponymous debut album back in 2019, which The Maccabees’ Hugo White produced. Here it comes another beautiful song, that the boy explains in these terms: «I wrote this song last summer and wanted to write something huge inspired by my favourite indie records from the ’80s,” Ten Tonnes explained in a statement. “It felt really cathartic to write and I hope people dig it.» Enjoy!

Song of the Day: Why Elephant – A Pair

Three years after their first Ep Unknown Man On The Moon, Why Elephant is back at it. Their new Ep Today is full of energy, and never forgets aesthetics: there is of course some catchy guitar riffs and powerful vocals, but also strong traditional blues influences and a sharp sense of writing, following the path opened by the likes of The White Stripes, The Kills or The Black Keys. Enjoy!