Category Archives: Track of the Week

“Where The Pavement Ends”

This new year begins with BeatPicks Track of the Week, “Where the pavement ends”, from Nell Bryden‘s latest album, Second Time Around. “Where the pavement ends” is a fast American folk track. It’s sincere, beautiful and definitely a classic in … Continue reading

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Cowboys & Indians

Ohn‘s “Cowboys & Indians” is the track of this week! Although this track is from Lets Get It on, one Ohn’s older albums, it’s still worthy of being selected! Listen, watch and relax- take a break from work … because … Continue reading

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So This is the Way It Feels?

I can’t help but be a bit obsessed with this track, “So This is the way it feels”. Its eerie rock sound and upbeat lyrics are a catchy combination that has been stuck in my head for days… Ok I … Continue reading

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MTV Featured Video “Try”

    January Jaunt, an Indie Rock band from Denmark managed by StrangeEars, has recently released a music video directed by Andreas S. Sorensen for their track titled, “Try”. The video reminds me of Coldplay’s beautifully done “Speed of Light” … Continue reading

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Beatpick Track of the Week: “You Are My Girl” by Sharif

If you haven’t heard of Sharif yet, believe us, it’s only a question of time. Having toured both the US and Europe in support of his first two albums (250 shows just last year!), the American songwriter is working his … Continue reading

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Beatpick Track of the Week: “Under The Water” by You Are A Hologram

At Beatpick.com we’re proud of the ever-growing variety of music in our roster. And, of course, we’re even prouder of the high quality standard of the new bands we are signing. One of such bands is the Art-Rock duo from … Continue reading

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Beatpick Track of the Week: “Understand Why” by IZM

Many studies have been made reagrding what attracts the average white middle-class person to the problems of afro-american communities of the USA, so crudely recounted in many Hip Hop stars’ words. Apparently Hip Hop audiences are in fact mainly constituted … Continue reading

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