Tag: Bayonet Records

Melodic Tonic ’17, May 31st

Melodic Tonic ’17, May 31st

Your mid-week serving of new music cocktails takes you from high noon to midnight. These five singles from artists in Belgium, England, and the USA run the gamut from soulful indie rock to tranquil ambient pop. Today’s musical journey starts in Manchester and concludes in Brussels, giving you plenty of variety in between.   The Breath – “Chilli Salt” (Manchester, England) RIYL: […]

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Saturday Sampler March 4th

Saturday Sampler March 4th

The Saturday Sampler March 4th reflects the month’s famous slogan – “in like a lion and goes out like a lamb”. Hear nine songs that will be buzzing in your head for days if not weeks to come. Bring on March and the oncoming spring! Beach Fossils – “This Year” (Brooklyn, USA) RIYL: Real Estate, Craft Spells, Wild Nothing It has […]

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Frankie Cosmos

Frankie Cosmos – “Next Thing”

Next Thing by Frankie Cosmos A little over a week ago, Frankie Cosmos released her second studio album Next Thing on Bayonet records, although calling it a record doesn’t paint the whole picture. Over the last few years, Greta Kline has released over 50 releases on Bandcamp as Frankie Cosmos and Ingrid Superstar, and Next Thing is a full realization […]

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Saturday Sampler for March 26th

Saturday Sampler for March 26th

Saturday Sampler for March 26th Denny – “Bloom” (Minneapolis, USA) We first learned about DENNY last fall and they are back with a new track titled “Bloom”. They have taken a harder rock turn this time as their previous efforts were a bit more pop focused. “Bloom” is a great rock filled track that showcases the band’s smart guitar work and […]

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The Saturday Sampler for January 16th

The Saturday Sampler for January 16th

For 2016, we’ve decided to make a few changes (and there are more to come). One is to extend The Matinee by an extra day, so every Saturday we will be sharing between 8 to 10 new singles. We’ve changed its name, though, to Saturday Sampler. We’re doing this because the quality of music being produced gets better and better, and […]

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