Tag Archives: Dream Pop

SONG OF THE DAY Dina ögon – Undantag

“Music for brighter days. And for dancing and dreamin’ away….” DIY Swedish label, Sing a Song Fighter (founded by the Swedish producer/musician, Karl Jonas Winqvist of Wau Wau Collectif – amongst other bands) released the debut album from Dina Ögon … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Gladboy – Karloff

One of the many reasons I wanted to set my blog up many moons ago was to document my ever-evolving musical findings – that and to provide a platform (albeit modest) to promote new and upcoming bands. Today I am … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Y La Bamba – Mujeres

Running for over ten years now, Portland, Orogen-based Y La Bamba are a Latin/American, folk/alternative band led by singer-songwriter and guitarist Luz Elena Mendoza.  This dynamic artist is something of a wonder; creating a fusion of sounds steeped in bolero, … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Cotton Jones Basket Ride – Chewing Gum

I had to double check the release date of today’s song when I first heard it about half hour ago, because it flawlessly and authentically sounds like something from the late 60’s.  This particular track, however, only dates back to … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Lea Lea – Life Goes On

The simplicity of today’s song speaks volumes, it’s what drew me in; stripped back guitar and a skeletal beat shapes and structures a delicate path for ethereal vocals to follow. .. Lea Lea is an Athens, Georgia singer/songwriter whose sound … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Happy Axe – Seven Sounds

Planting its melodic roots in your head with its haunting intro, Seven Sounds is the first single from the Australian violinist and singer-songwriter, Emma Kelly – a.k.a Happy Axe.  Tune into its emotive strings and you will be hypnotised by … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Field Maps – Cassavetes

Now, if I was to be approached by someone wanting to play me some ‘jangle-wave indie’ chances are I’d not be too phased by the prospect, so why is it I find myself sitting here tonight enjoying just that?  There’s no … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Michael Rault – Dream Song

Edmonton-born and now Montreal-based singer-songwriter and producer, Michael Rault has recently announced his new album.  Releasing next month via Daptone’s subsidiary Wick Records, It’s A New Day Tonight was co-produced and recorded by Daptone’s Wayne Gordon at Daptone’s House of Soul … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Water From Your Eyes – We’re Set Up

Making a dramatic entrance, there’s no messing about with today’s song, it just gets stuck immediately!  Kicking off with some crisp, bold, buzzy beats and a driving, hypnotic bass line, soothing vocals saunter-in to provide a calming and entrancing balance. … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Death And Vanilla – Dioz Delirium

Death and Vanilla emerged in 2010 with a self titled debut EP which was released on CD  with a run of only 100 copies available; needless to say the original is rather rare to come by.  Their sound nestles somewhere … Continue reading

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