Tag: Axel Flóvent

Weekend Showcase 3.17

Weekend Showcase 3.17

It’s that time of the week where we run down some of the great new music of the past week. The Weekend Showcase 3.17 edition has 53 songs, featuring a few unexpected comebacks and, of course, hidden gems you ought to know. The featured artists represent 11 countries, including: Australia, Canada, Denmark, England, Iceland, Ireland, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, […]

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The Matinee May 5th

The Matinee May 5th

Today is the mother of music days. There is so much great music and albums dropping over the past 6 to 24 hours, and The Matinee May 5th is just a microcosm of this great day.  We have a myriad of tracks for your listening pleasure. We have artists representing Australia, Iceland, Sweden, and the US  We hope you find […]

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Axel Flovent – “Forest Fires”

Axel Flovent – “Forest Fires”

  For nearly the past four years, Axel Flovent has quietly been writing and releasing music from the remote town of Húsavík in Iceland. His sound isn’t quite the music we’ve come to associate with the little Scandinavian country. It is the dramatic and euphoric Americana of Of Monsters and Men nor is it the bone-chilling, post-rock of Sigur Ròs. It also isn’t […]

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Weekend Showcase: April 10th Edition

Weekend Showcase: April 10th Edition

The weekly playlist of awesome music from around the globe. Twenty singles as usual. If this is the first time you’re listening to the Weekend Showcase, some things to help you if you like what you hear: If you like the artist / band, click on their name to be taken to their Facebook page or website. If you like […]

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Axel Flóvent – “Forest Fires”

Axel Flóvent – “Forest Fires”

“Forest Fires” is the stunning new single by Axel Flóvent, whose dream-pop is reminiscent of S. Carey and Bon Iver. Flóvent hails from Iceland, and “Forest Fires” is the self-titled, lead single from his latest EP, which comes out May 25 on London indie label Trellis Records. A couple of Flóvent’s earlier tracks are below. You can hear “Forest Fires” […]

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