Song of the Day: Black Honey – Believer

Shaping a spaghetti western universe out of squalling guitars, vivid colours and cinematic vignettes, there’s no other British band out there like Black Honey. Bursting out of the ether in 2014 with their debut track Spinning Wheel – a Pulp Fiction-flecked barrage of piercing screams and twanging surf-rock – they have continued to build their ownContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Black Honey – Believer”

Song of the Day: Ducks Ltd – As Big As All Outside

Propelled by a fondness for boundless jangle-pop, Toronto’s Ducks Ltd (formerly Ducks Unlimited, no association with the questionable waterfowl hunting nonprofit) is a duo that operates with the dynamism of a full band: Tom McGreevy (vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards) and Evan Lewis (guitar, bass, drum programming) met at a Dilly Dally show around the timeContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Ducks Ltd – As Big As All Outside”

Song of the Day: Reno McCarthy – For A Moment

With the youthful sparkle of his 2019 debut album Counterglow, Montreal alternative pop artist Reno McCarthy quickly gained recognition for his strong songwriting and somewhat debonair quality as well as his band’s groove-heavy live shows. Unexpected events led McCarthy to a surprising stopover in 2020. Following the loss of his father, the artist recorded aContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Reno McCarthy – For A Moment”

Song of the Day: Chiara Foschiani – Candy Woman

Chiara Foschiani, was born in 2003 in the Paris region. She is part of the SoundCloud generation. She posted her first covers there at the age of 15, exploring music and styles. Here’s how she describe her new single: «I wanted to have several elements in the instrumental, such as the childish ritornello that opensContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Chiara Foschiani – Candy Woman”

Song of the Day: Julie Hill – Laniakea

Julie Hill is a singer/songwriter from Brooklyn NY who trained as a classical composer. Her music showcases her dreamy voice, use of analog synths, and fluid songwriting style. She released Laniakea – which translates to “heaven” – features ethereal vocals, hard-hitting drums and swirly chilled-out guitars. For fans of King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard,Continua a leggere “Song of the Day: Julie Hill – Laniakea”

Song of the Day: Elkka – Harmonic Frequencies

London-based Elkka is an artist who began her path as a singer-songwriter and has evolved into a multi-faceted producer, DJ and label boss. Sitting firmly in a lane of her own creation, Elkka’s music is a cross-pollination between house, electronica, percussive beats and dreamy vocals. When performing,  she immerses herself in her art – fromContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Elkka – Harmonic Frequencies”

Song of the Day: Madiha Abu Laila – Betel il Habash

Zār is a possession cult practised on the outskirts of the rapidly modernising societies of North Africa and the Middle East. It’s a phenomenon that crosses not only geographical boundaries but also those determined by the rational mind. The boundaries here are not clearly defined; multiple worlds intertwine. Zar can’t be enclosed in a singleContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Madiha Abu Laila – Betel il Habash”

Song of the Day: Macky – Hello, Who Is This?

Macky is a 19-year-old self-taught artist haling from both Arizona and Arkansas. His favorite Uncle was a soldier of the Luchese crime family in New York. In 2017 his best friend ‘nextime’ started making beats, originally producing/mixing all of Macky’s early work, this eventually lead to Macky learning production, posting beats on YouTube, (he stillContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Macky – Hello, Who Is This?”

Song of the Day: Chiello – Quanto ti vorrei

After the special presentation made on the stage of the Mi Ami Ancora festival, Chiello‘s first solo single arrives on radio and on all digital platforms. Quanto ti vorrei is an enthralling song, full of influences from the past, from the rhythms of rock’n’roll to the arrangements of Motown and the classics of Italian song,Continua a leggere “Song of the Day: Chiello – Quanto ti vorrei”

Song of the Day: Lorenzo Pucci – Sono sempre in ritardo

Italian act Lorenzo Pucci released Sono sempre in ritardo, it represents just the quiet after the storm and the focal point of song is the awareness of one’s mistakes: some traits of our character come to us often reproached as defects, but it all lies in transforming negativity into constructive energy. Recognizing one’s weaknesses leadsContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Lorenzo Pucci – Sono sempre in ritardo”