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Melodic Tonic ’17, October 11th

Melodic Tonic ’17, October 11th

Today’s mid-week serving of new music features a global flavor. Featuring artists from Australia to the UK, these six songs offer equal amounts of bright pop and darker electronica. We start with good news from one of our favorite Glasgow bands.   Belle and Sebastian – “I’ll Be Your Pilot” (Glasgow, Scotland) RIYL: Belle and Sebastian You can’t really call Belle […]

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The Matinee July 10th

The Matinee July 10th

The Matinee July 10th includes 6 awesome new tracks for your listening pleasure. We hope you find you new favorite song or band to kick off the start of your week. We have artists representing Australia, Ireland, The US and the UK. The Academic – “Bear Claws” (Mullingar, Ireland) RIYL: Coasts, Two Door Cinema Club,  Viola Beach The Academic have […]

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Saturday Sampler January 21st

Saturday Sampler January 21st

Much like an exclamation point at the end of a politically charged week, the Saturday Sampler January 21st edition is full of bold, powerful music. Some of the singles share the common theme of being protest songs, while others are just pure rock & roll. These nine songs are the work of artists from Australia, Canada, England, Italy, Scotland, and the USA. […]

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First Impressions: White Denim – “Stiff”

First Impressions: White Denim – “Stiff”

Much to our delight, White Denim are back! The band took a small hiatus after Corsicana Lemonade was released in 2013 so that most members could do their own thing (James Petralli released Constant Bop as Bop English) and two other members left to pursue other ventures (Joshua Block and guitarist Austin Jenkins are now a part of Leon Bridges’ […]

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Bop English – “Sentimental Witness”

Bop English – “Sentimental Witness”

“Sentimental Wilderness” is the new single from White Denim frontman, James Petralli’s solo project, Bop English. The track sounds like it could be a White Denim song, although there are some subtle differences, most notably a more laid-back tone and the track has some folkiness to it. Petralli’s debut solo album, Constant Bop, comes out on April 14 on Downtown […]

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