QRTR TRACK OF THE WEEK
A few months ago, we found out about Paper Towns, a collaborative Folk/Americana project by Jaimi Faulkner and Jan Schroeder of Causes. Last week, they released their latest gem ‘Amsterdam’. It captures a feeling that I think we all recognize.
Conor O’Brien, aka Villagers, is back with a shimmeringnew song, produced by Dave Fridmann (The Flaming Lips, MGMT, Tame Impala, Mercury Rev). Summer’s Song is the follow up to last year’s album ‘The Art Of Pretending To Swim’.
Project Bongo’s sound is a blend of 80s-inspired synths fused together with fresh, guitar-tipped melodies and strong vocals. ‘Miami’ is a seriously summery listen, and one primed to get festival crowds going. Bright piano chords and dynamic hooks showcase the band’s irresistible appeal and individuality.
Elsa Birgitta Bekman is a Dutch singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, music video director and music video producer with French and Swedish roots. Her music sounds like a collection of nostalgia, escapism, romance and melancholia, accompanied with cinematic music videos that put a focus on storytelling.
With a career to date that boast 450 million streams, over 600,000 albums, and 2 million singles sold, Cold War Kids are back with brand new music. Complainer is the first taster of the upcoming album NEW AGE NORMS.
QRTR Track Of The Week #5 26 JUNE 2019Nina June & Lywe - The Change In MeOur latest track of the week is by Silver-blonde songstress Nina June & Lywe, nom de plume of Lieuwe Roonder, who also produced the track. "From the very beginning, it has been clear that...