Song of the Day: Juliette Ashby and Carmen Pierri – Why

In collaboration with the Swedish music producer duo Roots in a Jar, Juliette Ashby creates bubbling magic in the form of appealing reggae songs with a nice vintage sound. The guest artists Aleks Syntek (Judge in The Voice, Mexico), Carmen Pierri (winner of The Voice, Italy) and Daniel Lemma (Swedish gold-selling artist) make the songContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Juliette Ashby and Carmen Pierri – Why”

Song of the Day: Two Sevens – Two Sevens

London-based indie-electro-pop trio released Two Sevens, the title track from their eponymous mini-album, available for digital download. Here’s how they present the band: «We share a love of ’80s/90s tinged music. Sonya is also an actor and dancer with screen credits galore. Songwriter Matthew has collaborated with Stuart Moxham (Young Marble Giants), Daisy Chute, &Continua a leggere “Song of the Day: Two Sevens – Two Sevens”

Song of the Day: Jaand – Young Love

Jaand’s debut single Young Love is closely interwoven with a gentleness that sets her apart both as an artist and as a person. The result is a song of young love, and a journey into the unknown. Jaand takes a calm and relaxed approach to the creative process, with everything reduced to a minimum. TheContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Jaand – Young Love”

Song of the Day: The Drums – When I Come Home

The Drums have not returned to enjoy the dazzling aura of indie darlings that enveloped everything they dispatched in their early days. Especially when they unveiled the mini Lp Summertime!, their very early peak: however they get, they never sounded fresher, magnetic and exciting. Their entire discography reserves moments of interest, including Brutalism. Enjoye WhenContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: The Drums – When I Come Home”

Song of the Day: Bab L’ Bluz – El Gamra

Created in Marrakech in 2018, Bab L’ Bluz was born from the dream of propelling Guembri (the Gnawa’s Guitar) on the international music scene of contemporary music. A true tribute to the inexhaustible roots of Gnawa culture, irresistibly Psyche, undeniably Blues, bottle-fed at Funk, Bab L’ Bluz is a true intercontinental meeting point and here’sContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Bab L’ Bluz – El Gamra”

Song of the Day: Connie Constance – Costa del Margante

Connie Constance released this fuzzy single, here’s how the London-based artist describes it: «Costa del Margate, the honeymoon phase that you hope lasts forever. The race to the beach to create those nostalgic British summer memories. Of fish and chips and £2 99p ice creams. With our patchy good weather and all of sudden soContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Connie Constance – Costa del Margante”

Song of the Day: Binki – Clay Pigeon

New York-based newcomer Binki released this great tune, here’s how he describes it: «Clay Pigeon is a song about vulnerability. A clay pigeon is someone I want to open up to me or invest time in, but I’m not willing to do the same. I wanna play along but I got no skin in theContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Binki – Clay Pigeon”

Song of the Day: Oli – Think About It

London based singer/songwriter Oli returns with her first single for 2021. The gorgeous and reflective Think About It. The song arrives with a tenderhearted video, featuring real life home-movies of the artist growing up. The song was recorded in 2020, and its easy mid-tempo pop beats will provide a soothing balm to everyone who’s experiencedContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Oli – Think About It”

Song of the Day: Xtc – This Is Pop?

Celebrations here are linked with the song that gave name to this radio show. This is why the Song of the Day number 250 is the single that the English rock band released in 1978. Wikipedia helps here claiming that the leader of the group Andy Partridge «wrote the song as a response to labelsContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Xtc – This Is Pop?”