“Dog Days” by J-Rock band Man With A Mission is today’s track of the day. I’d never heard of MWAM until I saw them live when they supported Zebrahead a couple years ago and I was hooked. Their unique sound is definitely not mainstream in the western world, but they’re massive in Japan.
Considering I hear this song at least 10 times a day through Spotify adverts alone (I’m too tight to pay for premium), it’s a wonder how I haven’t got sick of this track yet. The Killers latest single “The Man” is a catchy alt-rock track and is today’s track of the day.
Death From Above’s latest release “Freeze Me” is the Track of the Day today and it’s their first single since their 2014 album “The Physical World”. True to their unique high energy rock/punk style, the two piece band seem to be back in full swing under their original name Death From Above, rather than their former name Death From Above 1979.
George Ezra’s new single “Don’t Matter Now” was released yesterday and is today’s Track of the Day. I can see this feel-good track charting well over the next few weeks due to the fact it’s insanely catchy and pretty relaxed, meaning it will appeal to a wide variety of listeners. So stop worrying, listen to this track and enjoy your weekend, since everything else “don’t matter now”.
I had honestly never heard of Phoenix until this week, which is pretty impressive given the fact they have over 4.6 million monthly listeners on Spotify alone, but I’m glad I found them. I can’t seem to get enough of their indie-pop-electronica fusion. “J-Boy”, from their recently released album “Ti Amo”, is today’s track of the day.
I’ve waited 3 years for Royal Blood to make a second album and thankfully there isn’t too much longer to wait since it’s due at the end of the week! This is their most recent single called “I Only Lie When I Love You”, which is a good, upbeat, rocky track.
It’s amazing what you can discover when you don’t pay for Spotify. A lot of small artists buy Spotify ad slots to showcase their music in hope of attracting new fans and Tamu Massif did just that. And I guess it worked! This is his first single off his second EP “Bala”. If you’re into indie then Tamu Massif could be someone you’re interested in checking out.