Song of the Day: 7ebra – If I Ask Her

7ebra are a new duo consisting of 25-year-old twin sisters from Malmö, who grew up playing music together. Inez plays electric guitar and sings, Ella plays a keyboard, organ and Mellotron – whilst manually playing drum samples with her feet – as they both sing haunting harmonies in a way that only twins can. BeautifulContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: 7ebra – If I Ask Her”

Song of the Day: Beach Vacation – All For Me

Beach Vacation from Seattle started out as a high school band that formed after playing together at a talent show. After getting international recognition while the band members were just 16-17, their first EP was released on CD’s/Vinyls in the UK, Japan, and US. They are set to release their debut album “I Fell Apart”Continua a leggere “Song of the Day: Beach Vacation – All For Me”

Song of the Day: Phoebe Go – Hey

Australian artist, Phoebe Go, shares the announcement of her debut EP Player, out October 28th, with new single “Hey.” After the success of her high-school band, Snakadaktal, catapulted her into the music industry at the budding age of 15, Phoebe was just a kid. Now, with 10 more years of experience and another exceptional project,Continua a leggere “Song of the Day: Phoebe Go – Hey”

Song of the Day: Daniela Lalita – No Para

Daniela Lalita announced the details of her debut EP Trececerotres, due out September 16th on Young. A direct reference to the apartment – 1303 – in Peru where Lalita grew up with her mother and grandmother, Trececerotres is rooted in magic, ritual, healing and the matrilineal relationship. The five-song EP features previously released single “TeníaContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Daniela Lalita – No Para”

Song of the Day: National – Weird Goodbyes (feat. Bon Iver)

The National have been playing a number of new songs live since returning to the road in May 2022, and now, the group releases one of them as a new single through 4AD, ‘Weird Goodbyes,’ feat. Bon Iver. The single continues the tradition of Justin Vernon’s collaborations with the band in the studio and onContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: National – Weird Goodbyes (feat. Bon Iver)”

Song of the Day: Rhinestone Pickup Truck – Sinking

Rhinestone Pickup Truck is the work of Applachian singer-songwriter Tristen Colby, a self-described glitter grunge project that originally started out as a way to pass the time with home recordings but soon grew into something much more. After a series of releases since mid 2020, Rhinestone Pickup Truck has now signed with Stockholm, Sweden based indie label PNKSLMContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Rhinestone Pickup Truck – Sinking”

Song of the Day: Turin Brakes – Isolation

21 years after their debut, Turin Brakes are back on the music scene with an eagerly awaited comeback, ‘Wide-Eyed Nowhere’, the new album arriving on September 16 on the Cooking Vinyl label. Ninth studio work, the record, despite the turmoil of the years, shows an optimistic attitude of the band: recorded at the Twin PalmsContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Turin Brakes – Isolation”

Song of the Day: Automatic – Automaton

Automatic’s second album Excess rides the imaginary edge where the ‘70s underground met the corporate culture of the ‘80s – or, as the band puts it, “That fleeting moment when what was once cool quickly turned and became mainstream, all for the sake of consumerism.” Using this point in time as a lens through which to viewContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Automatic – Automaton”

Song of the Day: Splint – Military Procedures

Creating no small buzz around Manchester over the last year, but accelerated further with a line-up change at the turn of the year, Splint have been picked up by Nice Swan Records for their first release. Military Procedure is released on the talked about label that brought you Opus Kink, Courting, English Teacher and more today. Initially formed around theContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Splint – Military Procedures”

Song of the Day: Kasabian – Stargazr

‘The Alchemist’s Euphoria’ is the seventh album by Kasabian and first without singer and founding member Tom Meighan. Guitarist Serge Pizzorno feels that this album, more than any of their previous work, sounds like one cohesive album rather than a collection of tracks. The album has their rock ‘n’ roll swagger front and centre andContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Kasabian – Stargazr”