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Colouring – Lune

It’s been seven years since we last featured British electro-pop act Colouring. Back then, the project’s mastermind Jack Kenworthy was performing as a quartet, and I remember how mesmerized I was during their live show at Rockwood Music Hall in New York. Jack has been busy, and his project Colouring[…]

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hemlocke springs – enknee1

Isimeme Naomi Udu, aka hemlocke springs, makes songs as catchy and glittering as pop music can be but then she pushes them over the edge to make them cool again. We don’t know what the title, “enknee1,” stands for, but the line “Anyone out there to love me?” should resonate[…]

Astrid Cordes – Surrender

With “Surrender,” Danish artist Astrid Cordes releases the last single from her EP trilogy Baby’s Still Asleep. Listening to the euphoric and synth-glistening track, one would never guess that Astrid originally composed “Surrender” on her harp but decided to exchange the ethereal strings with vibrant synths and horn sounds. Beautiful! Asked[…]


L’Rain – Pet Rock [Video]

The Brooklyn-based singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Taja Cheek has been releasing music under the name L’Rain since 2017. She blends a multitude of influences into something best called experimental pop. “Pet Rock” is the second single off her new album I Killed Your Dog, out on October 13 via Mexican[…]

Nymphlord – Boardwalk Saturday Night

Nymphlord, a Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter and producer, delights with “Boardwalk Saturday Night,” the last single before the release of her EP Mothers Cry And Then We Die, out tomorrow on August 25th, via Lauren Records. The modern bedroom track starts out a bit eery but is highly fascinating from the[…]

Lauren Dejey – Solar

Light, a little mysterious and simply utterly beautiful, describes “Solar,” the new single by South East London alt-pop artist Lauren Dejey. Asked about the inspiration and background for “Solar,” Lauren explains: “‘Solar’ is a sonic polaroid of one night in June last year. Sat on a rooftop on a warm Summer’s[…]

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Loyal Lobos – El Río [Video]

Loyal Lobos is a musician of many talents. The first Song Pick of the Day with her, “Whatever It Is” she based on her guitar play – now she goes all out on synth-pop. The LA via Bogotá singer, songwriter, and producer sings her new song, “El Río,” in Spanish[…]

Soda Blonde – Midnight Show

Super excited to feature the new single of Dublin alt-pop quartet Soda Blonde. The track is called “Midnight Show” and starts with big sweeping violins that swoop in and out of the gorgeous song, providing an atmospheric backdrop to let the brilliant vocals and instrumentation shine. “Midnight Show” can be[…]


Woodes – Don’t Look Back

Good memories: we ran into Australian singer, songwriter, and producer Elle Graham aka Woodes several times at SXSW 2017 and fell in love with her self titled debut EP. Since then, she has released a lot more music, including two full-length albums. For her latest song, “Don’t Look Back,” she[…]

Liz Cass – Too Hot

The wait is over! I’ve been on the lockout for my personal Summer 2023 hit song and I think I just found it in “Too Hot,” the new single by Liz Cass. The glorious track sizzles und delights wit Liss Cass’ effortlessly gorgeous vocals. The production is a bit reminiscent[…]


Anastave – Every Night

The wait for a follow-up to Anastave’s 2016 album From The Other Side of the Fire is almost over: She will release I Don’t Want You in the Light on August 31. On nine tracks, the Berlin-based singer, songwriter, and producer showcases her ability to create atmospheric, electronic soundscapes that[…]

Glou-Glou – Let That Go

Was it not for his stunning, smooth and ultra catchy new single “Let That Go,” Glou-Glou would have gotten me at ‘winemaker.’ Glou-Glou is the solo project of Cam Hovsepian, a multi-instrumentalist, producer, and as already mentioned winemaker. “Let That Go” is the follow-up single to his equally gorgeous “Drink[…]


Kayls – Internet

“I need to get off the internet,” sings LA artist Kayls as she muses how much mundane, distracting events on social networks influence her daily experiences. There is not much to add – the song sums up the current state of the net perfectly. Kayls is working on a new[…]

SANDS – When It Starts To Rain

A plethora of associations are possible with a song title like “When It Starts To Rain,” but SANDS might have yet something else in mind. The chugging bass lines, steady drum beats, and captivating guitar riffs create a strong image and mesmerizing vibe, about which the London -based artist says:[…]