Category Archives: Track of the day

Bethany Thomas: I’m Not Sorry and I’m Not Scared – track of the day

Today’s track of the day comes from Chicago’s Bethany Thomas – I’m Not Sorry and I’m Not Scared. Just the empowering heavy rock-meets-contemporary RnB anthem we needed today.

Find Bethany Thomas on www.bethanythomasmusic.com

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Petrol Girls: No Love for a Nation – track of the day

Photo by Keira Anee at LOUD WOMEN Fest 2019

Today’s track of the day is ‘No Love for a Nation’ by Petrol Girls – as heard on Saturday at LOUD WOMEN Fest as they kicked off their UK tour. In their own words:

“This track is our anti-nationalist anthem. As a band, we come from three different nation states – Austria, Lithuania and the UK – and hold no love for any of them. The nation is a bizarre and often cruel way of organising societies on the basis of where people happen to have been born. It is those on the edge of this way of defining ourselves that suffer its harshest consequences – refugees, migrants and asylum seekers. Populist nationalism takes aim at these people, and uses them as a scapegoat for the failings of capitalism and neoliberalism. If history has taught us anything, it’s that we must resist the rise of populist nationalism that is sweeping the planet.”


Catch Petrol Girls around the UK on tour now

Secret Shame: Gift – track of the day

More than a hint of purple and patchouli to today’s track of the day, Secret Shame from Asheville’s ‘Gift’. And it keeps on giving …

Singer Lena says “If I couldn’t sing or play music, I would tear my skin off.” She should most definitely carry on with the singing and playing music then.

This lush single comes from LP Dark Synthetics, out now via Portrayal of Guilt Records. Find out more at

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Alex Winters: Silent Storm – track of the day

Today’s track of the day comes from Alex Winters: Silent Storm. A driving power pop-rock anthem with blooming beautiful vocals and A* guitarwork. Winters herself says:

“The song is about someone you love who comes into your life like a hurricane, then disappears while you deal with the emotional devastation. The cycle repeats until you can’t take it anymore and you have to let them go, dreading the conversation you’ll eventually have to have explaining why.”

Find Alex Winters on

alexwintersmusic.com soundcloud spotify youtube facebook. instagram

Lion’s Mouth: High Achievers – track of the day

Today’s track of the day is LA’s Lion’s Mouth: ‘High Achievers’.

Lion’s Mouth is a duo: Sara Wexler (drums/vox) and Chelsea Z. (guitar/vox). They say of this track:

“High Achievers” is a Millennial zeitgeist of a song set to crashing drums and gritty guitar. Anyone who grew up in the 90s will probably relate to the story of broken homes, crushing student loans, and the call to not give in to a system that promotes inequality. We produced, performed, recorded, and mixed this song entirely by ourselves.