Category Archives: Cover

Tennis – Tears in the Typing Pool (Broadcast Cover)

Tennis made quite the impact last year with their widely praised debut Cape Dory and now they are back! North America’s favorite hipster it-couple, husband and wife duo Patrick Riley and Alaina Moore, are now a killer quartet with the … Continue reading

Posted in Chillwave, Cover, indie, Pop | Leave a comment

Capital Cities – Holiday (Madonna Cover)

Need something to help you through those post-Christmas blues? I have just the remedy for such sadness! I first introduced you to Capital Cities with this song and now they’re back with a very appropriate cover of Madonna’s 1983 jam … Continue reading

Posted in Cover, dance dance dance, Pop | Leave a comment

HOLIDAY SPECIAL: Bing Crosby – Mele Kalikimaka

SIX days until Christmas! Let’s forget about this cold and think about sunny, lovely Hawaii for a few minutes… This tune, originally written in 1949 by Robert Alex Anderson, takes its title from the Hawaiian phrase ‘Mele Kalikimaka,” meaning Merry … Continue reading

Posted in Cover, Pop, Seasonal | Leave a comment

HOLIDAY SPECIAL: Slow Club – Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)

SEVEN DAYS until Christmas, y’all! Weehoo! Today’s jam comes all the way from Sheffield, England. Slow Club are a folk-inspired indie duo consisting of Chris Watson and Rebecca Taylor who started playing music together in 2006 and have released two … Continue reading

Posted in Cover, indie, Pop, Seasonal | Leave a comment

Silver Swans – He Doesn’t Know Why (Fleet Foxes Cover)

Silver Swans is a great electro dream pop act from San Francisco who are making waves with this super fun cover of the Fleet Foxes’ hit “He Doesn’t Know Why.” Producer and musician Jon Waters and vocalist Ann Yu teamed … Continue reading

Posted in Cover, electropop | Leave a comment

James Vincent McMorrow – Hear The Noise That Moves So Soft And Low

James Vincent McMorrow is a great Dublin-based singer/songwriter who has impressed audiences across the world with his beautifully haunting folk music. McMarrow recorded his debut alone in an Irish beach house with nothing but a single microphone after years spent … Continue reading

Posted in Cover, depressingly beautiful, folk, indie | Leave a comment

Chet Faker – No Diggity

No Diggity, the mid-90s jam from Blackstreet, brings me right back to my youth and this new groovy cover by Melbourne, Australia’s Chet Faker is bringing it to a whole new level. It is absolute genius. Check out more of … Continue reading

Posted in Cover, indie, Pop | 1 Comment