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Song of the Day: Call To Attraction, “Endless Summer”

Unfortunately, I did not know about this song before summer ended, but listening to it now helps bring back the warm weather memories. It’s a Radio Disney-friendly pop rock song; like an older, more mature Allstar Weekend or Hollywood Ending. The band released the music video back in March of this year, and it currently has almost … Continue reading

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Song of the Day: What Looks Like Crazy, “Easy”

Today, you can get an exclusive first listen to What Looks Like Crazy’s latest single, “Easy.”  The song has no shortage of upbeat melodies and repetitious/easy-to-learn lyrics. The sweet vocals, courtesy of DJ Zaruba, counteract the rather frank description of the standard party girl (tease, skank, harlot, etc…). The fun guitar melody shows off WLLC’s … Continue reading

Song of the Day: My Cardboard Spaceship Adventure, “Farewell”

My Cardboard Spaceship Adventure just dropped their latest single, “Farewell,” and fans can download it at a pay-what-you-can price (including free). The pop-punk piece is totally worth the standard 99 cents (or more), but if you can’t steal your parent’s credit card, you can still get the Pennsylvania band’s sick track. The band worked with ex-Relient K … Continue reading

Song of the Day: Otenki “It Will Rain” (Bruno Mars Cover)

Texas band Otenki is following up their 2011 EP Kinetic  with a cover of Bruno Mars’s hit single, “It Will Rain.” The band put their own edgy spin on the track, currently available for free download. Doing cover songs are always a tricky thing. You can’t play it safe by just doing the same version. … Continue reading

Song of the Day: Moving Mountains “Alleviate”

Moving Mountains has a skill of being both hard rock and ambient, without sounding confused. The plain fact that they just ooze talent out of their pores, means they don’t have to overcompensate in their music videos. In the video for “Alleviate,” the band is simply playing in a dirty practice space, as the director … Continue reading

Song of the Day: Thomas Fiss “Ice”

Last year, Thomas Fiss released RT/EP, a collection of songs written by OneRepublic frontman Ryan Tedder. One of the standout tracks on the EP has to be “Ice,” a smooth yet cold (pun intended) pop/R&B song.

Song of the Day: The Decoration “That Girl’s Got Spark”

Up and coming acoustic duo The Decoration is renovating the whole sound of acoustic music. The twosome (Jake Bosci and Rhian Thomas) look like PacSun models and have the vocals to match their flawless appearance. The native Australians currently reside in Ontario, Canada, but their music is available through major media outlets throughout the US and … Continue reading

Song of the Day: Kady Z “Beautiful Disaster”

Kady Z is the American alternative to Canadian pop princess Carly Rae Jepsen. Those infatuated with Jepsen’s sugary sweet vocals would love Kady Z’s equally cute voice and adorable lyrics. The music video for the song features David Gallagher (of 7th Heaven fame, for those 90s babies out there). The EP, One Million Pieces, from … Continue reading

Song of the Day: Cassadee Pope, “Original Love”

Frontwoman of the now-on hiatus Hey Monday, Cassadee Pope is prepping to release her self-titled  EP later on this year. She is currently streaming her first single, “Original Love,” an original and witty love song. The lyrics are cute without being cheesy and her Hey Monday wail is prominent in the chorus. There’s no rhyme … Continue reading

Song of the Day: the Glass Child, “I’ll Never Tell”

Swedish-born, London resident the Glass Child has released her latest single, “I’ll Never Tell,” a song to raise awareness for domestic violence and mental illness. The Glass Child’s pure vocals evoke the raw emotions of domestic violence victims and mentally ill patients.  I saw these things, I didn’t know how to speak up, and so … Continue reading

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