San Fermin - 'Sonsick' [Track of the Day]
Based on the credentials and background of Ellis Ludwig-Leone, San Fermin stacks up to be fantastic. Not only is the composer/songwriter a recent graduate of Yale University, Ludwig-Leone has worked with Nico Muhly, all from the musical Mecca of Brooklyn, New York. 'Sonsick' is a fantastic fusion between Ellis' classical influences and unadulterated pop sentiment. The song, driven by the unusual interplay between bold brass sections and smooth, soul vocals, ends up sounding like a delightful cross between Dirty Projectors and Sufjan Stevens.
The album will be released in September through Downtown Records.
There's very little about Oakland 4-piece Mwahaha that could be considered conventional. After all, everything from the band's name to their off-the-wall riotous synth-pop sound exudes originality. We are proud to premiere the band's song 'Love' from their self-titled album. [read more]
"Oh how I long for those dark sad eyes. Oh I'd do anything for those grey skies." [read more]
Canadian born, Italian resident His Clancyness has unveiled this tender cover of El Perro Del Mar's 'I Can't Talk About It' Jonathan Clancy, formerly of A Class Education (Leftse) says, "I dreamt about covering this song for years until I started His Clancyness and have used it to open shows always ever since. It has some of the simplest lyrics I've ever heard, also some of the deepest." [read more]