TRACK OF THE DAY: “Saccharine” by Quintessential Doll

QUINTESSENTIAL DOLL¬†started as the solo project of Brisbane’s STEPH LINSDELL¬†but as she says, “along the way I invited some friends to join me on the musical journey.” Her EP¬†LET NOT THE MASTERS DESTROY ME is 6 wonderful tracks of “darkly whimsical indie-folk with splashings of electronica”. Our favorite track is “Saccharine” and the song lives up to the title because it is a wonderful sugary … Continue reading TRACK OF THE DAY: “Saccharine” by Quintessential Doll

Track of the Day: “Legendary Lovers” by 26

I am a bit biased, but 26‘s cover of KATY PERRY‘s “Legendary Lovers” is absolutely wonderful. Even if I am biased, I prefer the cover by¬†26 over the original. The song sounds meaningful and full of emotion their way and while I listen to Katy’s version, I feel as if it’s a series of bad puns sung by 16 year old. That’s just my opinion. … Continue reading Track of the Day: “Legendary Lovers” by 26

Track of the Day: “Don’t Get Me Wrong” by Rolls Bayce

To be honest, I can’t remember how I stumbled onto Brisbane’s ROLLS BAYCE, but I do remember seeing the band name and thinking to myself, “you can’t suck with a name like that.” ROLLS BOYCE does not suck. Listen to their song “Don’t Get Me Wrong” below. It’s a fun and catchy tune. It makes me want to double fist martinis and dance around the … Continue reading Track of the Day: “Don’t Get Me Wrong” by Rolls Bayce