Category Archive: Repeat Of The Day

The most beautiful mix: our songs on repeat in 2016

A wild mix of loud, passionate, dark, dreamy, melancholic, weird, funny, uplifting, optimistic, powerful and easy-going songs, all made in 2016, but 2.*   *tell us which ones are older, and get some… Continue reading

Don’t miss: Ulrika Spacek

Their first release “The Album Paranoia” is one of the most repeated albums this year – a refreshing blend of experimental rock, 90s alt-indie, grunge, kraut and fuzz, perpetually shifting from melancholy to hysteria and back, dark and dreamy as we love it.

Alex Cameron – Mongrel

Be among the first ones to watch Alex Cameron travel to Constanta in Romania and dance around the old Casino in his new video”Mongrel”. Cameron’s debut album Jumping the Shark has been recently … Continue reading

On Repeat This Week: Angel Olsen

Waiting and teasing for her upcoming album “My Woman” this Friday , September 2 we hit the repeat button again and again on Angel Olsen’s new single Sister – Bewitching us with a… Continue reading

TAUUSK share new song

Check out this beautifully dreamy drone monument of a song by Tauusk, named “Ridged” – a 20-minutes piece merging organic ambient sounds with ethereal and drony guitar riffs for soundscapes out of this… Continue reading

Exploded View share new single

Exploded View have released a new single called “Orlando”. Listen to the dreamy trippy tune below on bandcamp or on soundcloud.

Lyrics Of The Day – Fill In The Blank

Their thirteenth album by Car Seat Headrest aka Will Toledo is his first to be recorded in a proper studio, called “Teens of Denial” and will be out on May 20 via Matador Records.… Continue reading

PJ Harvey – The Orange Monkey

PJ Harvey shared the third song off of her upcoming album “The Hope Six Demolition Project” (out April 15 and maybe probably next album on repeat). Listen to the track below via i-Tunes… Continue reading

Dark Rave with Nite Fields

Nite Fields new single “Voyeur” takes you to the dancefloor with its contemporary techno beats intro, electronic new layer and new fundament under their usual cool monotone post-punk vocals, dark synths and dreamy 80’s guitars.

A Place To Bury Strangers Kick Out Their Jams Soon

Brooklyn-based noise heroes A Place To Bury Strangers have something new out on Famous Class in about one month: An EP named Kicking Out Jams. Famous Class shared the noisy snippets of the… Continue reading