Tag Archives: Track of the day

Molly Ringworm: Stale – track of the day

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.

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Nat Vazer: Grateful – IWD track of the day

Today’s track of the day is ‘Grateful’ by Melbourne’s Nat Vazer – the perfect song for International Women’s Day! In her own words …

“‘Grateful’ is an ode to all the inspiring female artists and role models out there, and a vent about the ongoing uphill battle for social equality. It’s about acknowledgement and respect, with a sprinkle of sarcasm and the kind of non-conformist attitude that used to make my Year 10 English teacher say, ‘girls like you are exactly what’s wrong with the world.’ In my head this song takes place in a hot, cowboy-esque desert town with smokey synths and tambourines in the same vein as The Brian Jonestown Massacre. In writing the guitar and drum parts, my artist child took a trip down memory lane and revisited old influences like Nirvana, The Dandy Warhols and The Beatles who had a real influence on my early days of guitar playing as a teen.” 

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