Today’s SOTD is perfect for your morning, wherever it may be. Here are the Dandy Warhols with Good Morning from 1997.
All these many songs and not a single song by The Shins? That ain’t right. Here’s one of their classics, New Slang, from 2001.
Today’s SOTD is from Bon Iver. Here’s Blood Bank for your Monday.
Time for some more Snoop? Hell yeah. Here’s Gangsta Luv for your Saturday.
Today’s SOTD is from Manchester Orchestra. This is My Backwards Walk. Technical note: I had this song scheduled so ended up posting not one but two SOTDs for a Saturday. I’ll just leave this glitch since it’s such a cool song.
Heading right into the heart of bubble gum pop for the thick of summer, here’s an Eras & Omissions “most poppy song featured thus far ever” exclusive. Here’s Tegan & Sara with Stop Desire.
Caveat: ear worm all the way.
Today’s SOTD is late to the party. Better later than never though, right? Here’s Peaches with More.
Today’s SOTD could easily be mistaken for Depeche Mode. Here’s Love is a Shield from 1989. This is from German synth-pop trio, Camouflage.
This song came on this weekend and it was like magic. Here’s Lord Huron with Fool for Love.
Here’s a rather obscure little band out of Tasmania called Quivers. I like the 1980s/90s inspired guitar jangle on this. Here’s You’re Not Always on My Mind.