Tag: Song of the Day

  • Song of the Day: Weyes Blood – Children of the Empire

    Song of the Day: Weyes Blood – Children of the Empire

    Los Angeles act Natalie Mering (aka Weyes Blood) recently released her new album And In The Darkness, Hearts Aglow. Here’s what she wrote about it: “Hello Listener, well, here we are! Still making it all happen in our very own, fully functional shit show. My heart, like a glow stick that’s been cracked, lights up my […]

  • Song of the Day: Bromsen – The Photograph

    Song of the Day: Bromsen – The Photograph

    Here’s the new single from German duo Bromsen. The Photograph is out today, enjoy it!

  • Song of the Day: Grand Soleil – Horizon

    Song of the Day: Grand Soleil – Horizon

    Grand Soleil are two brothers. Pach comes from a hip hop background and Drich is more into techno. Their tastes in music may be different, their unique rule it to make people dance and travel. They grew up in the 90s pop culture nourished by science fiction throughout movies and cartoons. New LP “Human Error” is an […]

  • Song of the Day: K Flay – It’s Been So Long

    Song of the Day: K Flay – It’s Been So Long

    New single from Los Angeles act K Flay. “It’s like you’ve been waiting all your life to get back to that place and it feels so, so, so good when you do get there,” she shares of the feeling that inspired It’s Been So Long. Enjoy this beautiful song!

  • Song of the Day: Yabba – Get By

    Song of the Day: Yabba – Get By

    Yabba don’t try to be anything or be a part of any scene. Anything goes. From Dumfries, in south west Scotland, their in comparable sleaze-disco, self-indulgent, drug jam sound has driven the quintet in equal measure to go above and beyond all cultural norms, and to fecund a feeling in music that specialises in the […]

  • Song of the Day: Gretel Hänlyn – Drive

    Song of the Day: Gretel Hänlyn – Drive

    Gretel Hänlyn is a 20 year old singer from London. Having been raised on a diet of Nick Cave she picked up a guitar & started writing her own gothic stories and songs at age 11. As she grew as a musician, started going to gigs & fell in love with Tim Buckley, Nirvana and then […]

  • Song of the Sunday: Cucamaras – Porcelain

    Song of the Sunday: Cucamaras – Porcelain

    Special Sunday edition of This Is Pop?’s column Song of the Day to introduce Cucamaras from Nottingham, Uk. Their “post-something” is so fascinating and Porcelain is their last single, out for Exag’ Records. Enjoy it and have a nice Sunday!

  • Song of the Day: Rafters – Spirit

    Song of the Day: Rafters – Spirit

    Eclectic electronic, ambient, post rock and indie influenced vibes from London and Brighton based Rafters. Bringing contemplative cinematic indie (New Masks and Parties), psychedelic electronicacoustica (Butterfield), and uncompromising lofi techtron (digital delay). Enjoy Spirit!

  • Song of the Day: The Haptics – Doubt

    Song of the Day: The Haptics – Doubt

    A Rock and Post-Punk group that hopes to reach new heights with their music, The Haptics formed when a gang of like-minded individuals got together in Vancouver. Bonding over their mutual love of melodic, post-punk beats, and a general love for creating noise, the versatile artists decided to chart a new voyage with their music. […]

  • Song of the Day: Don Letts – Outta Sync

    Song of the Day: Don Letts – Outta Sync

    From collaborating with the likes of The Clash and Bob Marley to colliding genres with Big Audio Dynamite to presenting his own radio show on BBC6 Music to winning a Grammy to receiving an honorary doctorate for his contribution to culture, Don Letts seems to have done it all, or at any rate a lot. […]