Song of the Day

A song a day, every day. From brand new tunes to elderly classics. We don’t promise to be constrained by genre, but we promise to recommend brilliant music.

#655 The Milk Carton Kids – New York


American indie-folk duo the Milk Carton Kids have received praise for their ability to continue the folk tradition with their flat-picking, harmonies, and ingenious song writing. NPR has described their approach to music as “gorgeous contemporary folk” and “Gillian Welch…

#654 Johnny Flynn – Detectorists


Johnny Flynn is only 33 years old, but has the ability to channel and emulate roots folk music with his story telling lyrics, finger picking, and song composition. I had been introduced to Johnny Flynn before, but only recently starting…

#653 Twiddle – When It Rains It Pours


Four piece, Castelton, VT-based Twiddle have been consistently and rapidly growing. Both musically and in popularity. With the ability to seamlessly incorporate bluegrass, jazz, rock, reggae, funk, and more into their music, they ensure that each song is an individual…

#652 Greensky Bluegrass – Windshield


Bluegrass receives a bad, undeserved, reputation and the banjo is often the punchline to jokes. I’m here to turn that reputation around with a song off of Greensky Bluegrass’s most recent album, If Sorrows Swim. ‘Windshield’, the first track on…

#651 The Tallest Man on Earth – Steal Tomorrow


Kristian Matsson, better known by his stage name, Tallest Man on Earth, consistently writes songs with colorful lyrics and intricate instrumentation. ‘Steal Tomorrow’, from his 2011 self-titled EP, is certainly no exception. Kristian Matsson’s finger picking ability is wonderfully displayed…