Today’s track of the day is ‘Graffiti Heart’ by Washington DC’s Elizabeth II.
Today’s track of the day is ‘Cigs’ – a collaboration between Brooklyn artists Vaeda Black and Saverio, out today. Written, produced and recorded in one late night over Facetime during quarantine. Home early from their college music production program in Brooklyn, they decided to collaborate and sent files back and forth to each other, adding their own styles to the project. The outcome is cigs, a song about young love, heartbreak, and apathy in the aftermath of a breakup.
Today’s track of the day is the pure adorable ‘Cosy’ from Chicago duo Pinksqueeze.
The two-girl-two-guitar group (Ava and April) just dropped their debut EP ‘Chicago is a Lake Town‘ – their delicate-but-tuff indie-pop musings on feminism, queer community, and climate justice. Lovely!
Today’s track of the day is called ‘All My Plants are Dead’ (hard relate) by brand spanking new Manchester indiekids crush – and it’s out today! Some super-jangly guitars that the goths and the [*spits*] Smiths fans will love, slinky-hipped bass, pretty French-style pop vox, and geeked-out synths – it’s a party in a can. The band say:
‘The song focuses on the idea of the cold human race and an increasingly insular society. It’s about struggling to look after yourself as much as it is struggling to look after your houseplants. Really just a message of looking after and understanding each other a bit better, and a critique of how modern living at times can make this an unattractive and hard to achieve concept.’
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Let’s start the week with a banger. Today’s track of the day is ‘Stale’ – a fresh but fuzzy pop-punk belter from Molly Ringworm.
Molly Ringworm is the South Jersey based indie rock project of Sarah Holt, with guitarist and cousin Johnny Zappas, bassist Andrew Simpson and drummer Niko Berardo.
Today’s track of the day is dished up by Bay Area band, Destroy Boys. Out yesterday, ‘Honey I’m Home’ is, topically, about feeling trapped.
Led by singer Alexia Roditis’ and Vi Mayugba’s guitar, their second album Make Room led to U.S. and UK tours with Mannequin Pussy and SWMRS. They were scheduled to support Against Me! this spring, which due to COVID-19 has been postponed, and will be a part of the Sad Summer Festival with All Time Low, The Story So Far, The Maine and more, which is still scheduled to go on as planned.