Phsycic Radio describes herself as an LA Cyberwitch. Whatever that is this producer/artist/vocalist extraordinaire is not dumb. This is her cyberpop cover of Nirvana’s super famous song, ‘Dumb’, giving it new life and a very fresh twist. We think you are going to love it.
Jen Macro of Hurtling plays rhythm guitar and also sings on LOUD WOMEN’s Women’s Aid fundraising single ‘Reclaim These Streets’ single, to be released this Friday 14 May 2021 on all streaming platforms.
There’s no doubt about it – Cambridge’s Lemondaze are most definitely LOUD WOMEN (and a man). Their music is all about volume, coming at you as a huge tsunami of thick, fuzzy sound with ethereal vocals that draw the listener in like some sort of lysergically-laced siren’s call. It doesn’t feature big anthemic choruses or hooky riffs, but the Lemondaze sound is one big aural seduction that it’s very easy to fall deeply in love with.
Straight out of LA this track packs a punch bringing us everything from crunchy hard rock guitar riffs, a vocal that swtiches in style between P J Harvey, Portishead and Hole to quiet moments resonating with a melodic bass solo akin to something from the White Stripes.
Today’s video of the day comes courtesy of LA’s Nadia Vaeh: ‘Never Leave the Basement’, takes a Wanda-Vision inspired look at modern social anxiety. The release is in aid of the Andrew Kukes Foundation for Social Anxiety.