Tag: Country-folk

Saturday Sampler October 7th

Saturday Sampler October 7th

The Saturday Sampler October 7th edition includes nine pulse-quickening singles from various genres, from Americana to indie rock, pop, and soul. Featured artists hail from Canada, England, Scotland, and the USA. We kick off this weekend playlist with some vivacious UK indie punk.   Adults – “MSN” (London via Brighton, England) RIYL: Dinosaur, Jr., Parquet Courts, Diet Cig, Fidlar We […]

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The Matinee September 14th

The Matinee September 14th

The Matinee September 14th is in reverse alphabetical order so that a band we’ve featured often gets their chance to be at the top (granted, they’ve always had a special place in our hearts). The mini-playlist features a wide-range of genres, from old-school R&B and soul to smooth dream-pop, catchy indie-rock, and alt-country. There is also a fantastic track from […]

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The Matinee June 8th

The Matinee June 8th

The Matinee June 8th features a bevy of well-known artists and a handful of hidden gems to discover. The list is in reverse alphabetical order because we haven’t done this in a while. Waxahatchee – “Never Been Wrong” (Philadelphia, USA) RIYL: Liz Phair, Juliana Hatfield, Veruca Salt While Katie Crutchfield’s first three albums as Waxahatchee have been critical darlings, she remains […]

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The Matinee February 10th

The Matinee February 10th

The Matinee February 10th has 9 awesome new tracks for your listening pleasure. We hope these songs get your weekend kicked off right. We hope you find your new favorite band or track today. As always don’t forget to check back tomorrow for our Saturday Sampler and then again on Sunday for our Weekend Showcase.   Bells Atlas – “N C […]

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Pickathon Festival preview – Part II

Pickathon Festival preview – Part II

This weekend, The Revue will be on-site at the 18th annual Pickathon Festival in Oregon. If you’re planning to go (and why wouldn’t you?), you should gets tickets ASAP since VERY FEW weekend passes remain! Ticket info is available here, including details about on-site camping and the Curation Series of six specially planned dining experiences with live music from Pickathon artists. Speaking of tasty delights, this week Pickathon revealed […]

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The Matinee May 10th

The Matinee May 10th

The Matinee May 10th has a cinematic quality – every one of the seven songs would be perfectly placed on the soundtrack of a present or future movie. And like the direction of today’s film industry, the songs are by artists from different countries across the globe.   Alexander Biggs – “Out In The Dark” (Melbourne, Australia) When the awesome […]

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Marlon Williams – “Marlon Williams”

Marlon Williams – “Marlon Williams”

Small gig after small gig, traveling from one city or town to the next no matter what the size, sleeping in cars, tents, and apartment floors, Marlon Williams is a self-made, rising star among the country-folk scene. Through sheer will and hard work, the native of Lyttleton, New Zealand has earned every praise ushered on him, from the likes of […]

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Michael Burk – “Beyond The Horizon”

Michael Burk – “Beyond The Horizon”

If you have ever needed a song to lift you up and focus you on achieving your dreams, you just found it in Michael Burk’s “Beyond the Horizon”. When I first heard this song blasting across my living room I assumed it was from a piece of musical theatre, but my inner musical theatre geek was getting the better of […]

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Bay Uno – “Catalina”

Bay Uno – “Catalina”

Last week, New York-based musician Bay Uno released his debut album, Catalina. It was a project spun from years of songwriting, but songs that never saw the light of day except for the occasional times he would play for friends and family. Such is the life of a musician, where despite their talents there is a fear, a vulnerability of […]

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