Lists, Music, The Revue, Weekend Showcase — January 28, 2018 at 5:00 am

Weekend Showcase 4.03

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January is almost over, which means not only is warmer weather coming but the music is starting to heat up. The Weekend Showcase 4.03 edition has a number of these sizzlers, specifically featuring 57 songs from 13 countries, including: Australia, Canada, Denmark, England, Finland, Germany, Greece, New Zealand, Norway, Scotland, South Africa, Sweden, and the United States.

The playlist and tracklisting, as usual, follows the list of articles from the past week. The SoundCloud version has all 57 songs, although some may require a GO account, while the Spotify playlist has 51 songs.

Enjoy the great music and discover music’s hidden gems.

Premieres:

Albums:

Singles:

  • Melodic Tonic ’18 January 24 – Barrence Whitfield and the Savages, The Beat Escape, Ben Harper & Charlie Musselwhite, Hibou, MIEN, Twin Studies
  • The Matinee ’18 January 25 – Amaya Laucirica, Bad Mannequins, Camp Cope, Creams, Isla June, The Leers, Loma, Team Picture, Unknown Mortal Orchestra
  • The Matinee ’18 January 26th – Annabel Allum, ELD, High Tropics, Jareth, Kraków Loves Adana, Moon Loves Honey, Nightmare Air, Penguin Prison, Quicksilver Daydream
  • Saturday Sampler January 27th – The Aces, Amen Dunes, Beechwood, Fenne Lily, Lord Huron, Neighbor Lady, NTEIBINT & Σtella, Oberon Rose, Strange Names

Other:

Weekend Showcase 4.03 Tracklisting

  • Priest – “Our Time Will Come” (Orlando, USA)
  • Echodrone – “The Past or the Present” (San Francisco, USA)
  • Loma – “Joy” (Dripping Springs, TX and New York City, USA)
  • Amen Dunes – “Miki Dora” (New York City, USA)
  • MIEN – “Black Habit” (Austin / London / Montreal)
  • Holy Now – “Feel It All” (Gothenburg, Sweden)
  • Doe Paoro – “Guilty” (Los Angeles & Brooklyn, USA)
  • Oberon Rose – “Tell Me All About It” (Connecticut, USA)
  • Micky James – “Give It To Me Straight” (New York, USA)
  • Hockey Dad – “I Wanna Be Everybody” (Windang, Australia)
  • Isla June – “Runway” (Los Angeles, USA)
  • Camp Cope – “How to Socialise & Make Friends” (Melbourne, Australia)
  • Beechwood – “Land of Nod” (New York City, USA)
  • Computer Magic – “Delirium (Don’t Follow The Sheep)” (Brooklyn, USA)
  • ELD – “Every Girl For Herself” (Gothenburg, Sweden)
  • The Aces – “Fake Nice” (Orem, UT, USA)
  • Strange Names – “UFO” (New York City via Minneapolis, USA)
  • QWAM – “Doogie Door” (Brooklyn, USA)
  • Why Bonnie – “Made Of Paper” (Austin, USA)
  • Mobley – “Tell You” (Austin, USA)
  • Jareth – “Kaleidoscope” (London, England)
  • Luster – “Fall & Forget” (Copenhagen, Denmark)
  • Hibou – “Fall Into” (Seattle, USA)
  • Stay South – “If You Leave LA” (Fullerton, CA, USA)
  • Lord Huron – “Ancient Names (Part I)” (Los Angeles, USA)
  • Creams – “Let’s Go On With The Game” (Leipzig, Germany)
  • The Leers – “I Can’t Cope” (Auckland via Mt. Maunganui, New Zealand)
  • High Tropics – “You Never Made It Easy” (Sunshine Coast, Australia)
  • Bushes – “Comeback Kid” (Wirral, England)
  • Team Picture – “(I Have a) Little Secret” (Leeds, England)

Supporting labels: Alive Naturalsound Records, Anti Records, Barsuk Records, Bella Union, Better Call Rob Records, Bloodshot Records, Channel 9 Records, Epitaph RecordsEskimo Recordings, FatCat RecordsFrenchkiss Records, Friendship Fever, Hidden Structures, Jagjaguwar, Kanine Records, Killing Moon, Lazy Octopus Records, Moonshot Music, Nevado Music, Nordic Records, OK Tapes, Poison City RecordsPolyvinyl Records, Propeller Recordings, Red Bull Records, Republic Records, Rocket Recordings, Run For CoverSacred Bones Records, Sportklub Rotter Damm, Sports Day Records, Sub Pop, Valley Heat Records, VILD Recordings, and Whispering Pines.

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One Comment

  1. Some pretty good tracks…thanks…it gets a bit soft halfway through…but I guess that’s just my taste.

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