Tag: Anna Burch

SXSW 2018 Bands You Don’t Wanna Miss

SXSW 2018 Bands You Don’t Wanna Miss

SXSW 2018 is upon us. This year seems to be a year of going back to the true reason for the festival – discovering and celebrating independent artists. Regardless of the change in pace for SXSW this year (Much less commercialized and overwhelming with blockbuster artists in previous years), it is still ripe with talented bands from around the world. […]

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Weekend Showcase 4.05

Weekend Showcase 4.05

Weekend Showcase 4.05 edition adds some sizzle to the middle of February with 53 songs from around the globe. The artists and bands represent a record 21 countries, including: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Canada, Denmark, England, France, Greece, Iceland, Israel, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Scotland, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United States, and Wales. The playlist and tracklisting, as […]

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Anna Burch – ‘Quit the Curse’ (album review)

Anna Burch – ‘Quit the Curse’ (album review)

Quit the Curse by Anna Burch When you first don’t succeed, try and try again. Maybe for Anna Burch, the launch of her solo career will result in the success that evaded her previous projects Frontier Ruckus and Failed Flowers. Her debut album, Quit the Curse, is a huge step in the direction of seeing her name atop marquees across […]

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Artists to Watch in 2018

Before we return to our regularly scheduled programming, we must share our picks for Artists to Watch in 2018. Many of them have been previously featured on The Revue, and a few on the list are among of our very favorites who are starting to make noise beyond these pages. So who are we predicting to be among the year’s biggest […]

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Weekend Showcase 3.48

Weekend Showcase 3.48

The final, weekly mega-playlist for 2017 has arrived, and what a year it has been. We just might have saved the best for last with The Weekend Showcase 3.48 edition, which has an even 50 songs. The artists and bands represent 19 countries, including: Australia, Canada, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Romania, Russia, […]

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The Matinee December 7th

The Matinee December 7th

The Matinee December 7th is rarity – each of the nine artists and bands have previously been showcased before, either on one of our daily playlists or in another feature. Some, however, have not released anything new in a little while others are gearing up for a massive 2018. Anna Burch – “Tea-Soaked Letter” (Detroit, USA) RIYL: Jay Som, Fazerdaze, […]

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Weekend Showcase 3.45

Weekend Showcase 3.45

Seems like the number 53 is magical because once again our weekly mega-playlist – the Weekend Showcase 3.45 edition – has that many songs for the fourth consecutive week. This week’s version feels like winter with darker and more melodic numbers, so grab a warm beverage like a hot toddy and enjoy the music. As always, the playlist features the […]

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The Matinee November 17th

The Matinee November 17th

Old and new favorites collide on The Matinee November 17th edition. The mini-playlist has some sweet melodies and heartbreaking ballads plus a few upbeat numbers to get you in a perky mood. Although we usually list the songs alphabetically, we have to start with the return of a young woman who has amazed us when she introduced herself a little […]

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Weekend Showcase 3.41

Weekend Showcase 3.41

There are only 10 weeks left in 2017, which has been an eventful year (and this might be the understatement of the year). Thankfully, we’ve also been comforted by great new music, and the Weekend Showcase 3.41 edition offers some of the songs that filled our speakers and headphones. Fifty-four songs occupy the mega-playlist. The artists and bands represent 17 countries, […]

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The Matinee October 17th

The Matinee October 17th

The Matinee October 17th returns with nine more songs as always. There’s quite a bit of variety from somber folk-rock tracks to far-out stoner, psychedelic rock to alternative R&B. Or maybe you want some soul music or a song that takes you back to the ’80s. Whatever your mood, hopefully one of these songs will fulfill your needs.   ABISHA […]

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