QRTR TRACK OF THE WEEK
On May 1st Amsterdam-based multi-instrumentalist / producer / singer Saux returns with his warm distinct alt-pop style on his new track ‘Night Is All There Is’. A dreamy track about an endless night.
After the release of her debut EP ‘Diamonds & Liquid Gold’ on April 17th. Jaguar Jonze releaed a video for her track ‘Rising Sun’. “If Jaguar Jonze was a TV show, this would be the theme song.”
Today the Belgian band Tin Fingers release their new song ‘Red Socks’. This uttermost happy track is an ode to simple, harmless and true love! Smile along while listening to this song.
On April 10th the Dutch multi-talent Blanks released his new song ‘Dance Alone’. The song is the answer to the isolation and social landscape we all live in these days. A brilliant uptempo song with well put effects on the catching vocals of the young talent.
This week’s Track Of The Week is By Ocie Elliot. With gentle acoustic chords layered over gorgeously complementary voices, the song is a heartwarming love song about being around the people you care for.
This week’s Track Of The Week is by Nothing But Thieves. A song that pictures a fractured, barely recognizable civilization that desires for escapism.
This week’s Track Of The Week is by Áslaug. An Icelandic singer and songwriter born in The Netherlands. Last Friday her debut EP ‘Áslaug’ released with the song ‘In My Head’. A song about a perfect relationship that is not real but in Áslaug’s head.
This week’s Track Of The Week is by Darlyn, a six-piece band from Amsterdam. They just released their debut album ‘Was It A Dream’. Featuring on the album is the track ‘Can’t Fake It’. A song about the consideration of breaking up a good relationship.
After 8 years of traveling, performing and writing songs all over the world, from Siberia to Indonesia, criss cross through Europe and Scandinavia Emil found his new creative haven in Brooklyn New York. Reflecting on the years spend in pursuit of beauty, adventure, happiness and success through music he struggled severely with what it all actually means.