Author: Drew Zieff

#591 Marshall Lewis – Not a Mechanical Dance of Atoms

A beautiful voice, introspective lyrics, gorgeous finger-picking, and catchy arrangements, are just a few words I’d use to describe ‘Not A Mechanical Dance of Atoms,’ the first track on Marshall Lewis’ new EP, Learned. Lewis proves he his multi-talented on…

#589 James McCartney – Too Hard

When Paul McCartney is your father, it can be hard to develop your own independent career as a musician. Fortunately, James McCartney does not need to rely on his namesake to grow as his own musician. The single off his…

#587 Stornoway – We Are the Battery Human

While testing out speakers at a department store, I was introduced to ‘Zorbing’ by Stornoway. This introductory song led me to download all of Beachcombers Windowsill. Full circle, today’s song of the day is ‘We are the Battery Human’ by…

#586 Family of the Year – Carry Me

Family of the Year were put on the map when their single ‘Hero’ was featured in the iconic outro scene of Oscar-nominated, Golden Globe winning film Boyhood. With a collected 90 million streams on YouTube and Spotify, ‘Hero’ became a…

#585 Frightened Rabbit – Swim Until You Can’t See Land

For Folk's Sake Frightened Rabbit Band Live Review

I feel like I should write some prolific post about relaunching Song of the Day and our mission statement to provide you with daily song suggestions in hopes of expanding your musical taste, but instead, I have chosen a song…

Live | Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros @ The Sinclair, Cambridge MA

I was hesitant about a 10-piece folk band in small venue due to the potential of instruments muddling and sounding chaotic, but found myself incredibly impressed with Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros’ performance 2016 at the Sinclair in Cambridge,…