Song of the Day: Ghost Woman – It Might Be Dress Day

Ghost Woman lead Evan Uschenko grew up cashing guitar player cheques at the gas station after the banks had closed. That same shrewdness is palpable in the music, where lean punk rock melds with union man melodies into what taste like premium cocktails- A warm, low sodium hue bath. Here’s It Might Be Dress Day, enjoy!

Song of the Day: Vanishing Twin – Phase One Million

Vanishing Twin shared the new single Phase One Million from their highly anticipated new album Ookii Gekkou (Japanese for Big Moonlight, pronounced ‘oh-key ghekko’) released 15th October on Fire Records. Phase One Million beckons to a discordant dance floor where afro spars with disco. It is finger clicking modern pop exuding the perspiration of gyration. The new tune is accompaniedContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Vanishing Twin – Phase One Million”

Song of the Day: Morly – Eliogy

Morly released Eliogy, the third single from her upcoming debut album, ‘Til I Start Speaking. `«I wrote it in the messy aftermath of a breakup,» Morly said in a statement. «It’s about the pain of causing someone else pain, of having to break someone’s heart. If the album is 9 sleep bangers and a bop—Eliogy isContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Morly – Eliogy”

Song of the Day: Gustaf – Book

Gustaf have announced their debut album, Audio Drag for Ego Slobs. It will be out October 1 via Royal Mountain Records. «Book is a song about the fallacy and fight of getting ahead vs being a head,» says singer Lydia Gamill. «It is seeking validation in the wrong places and from the wrong people. The hook, ‘IContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Gustaf – Book”

Song of the Day: Bukve – Let Me Go Son

Let me go Son is Bukve‘s debut single. It’s a deeply personal song about letting a father go, not letting his death linger in his life anymore, and also speaking to his son; live your own life when you grow up, you don’t have to go in my footsteps. It’s features vocals and steel guitarContinua a leggere “Song of the Day: Bukve – Let Me Go Son”