Tag: Electro-rock

The Matinee April 20th

The Matinee April 20th

The Matinee April 20th takes flight with nine new music singles. There are a couple of familiar names and others that you will want to take note of immediately. We start things off with one of indie’s great singer-songwriters.   Waxahatchee – “Silver” (Philadelphia via Birmingham, Alabama, USA) RIYL: Liz Phair, Vivian Girls, Angel Olsen Since the start of the […]

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The Matinee April 14th

The Matinee April 14th

It’s the long weekend for most people, so we’ve tried to create a mini-playlist to help jump start the time off or one you could spin on a road trip. The Matinee April 14th has nine songs from, as always, around the world. There are some dazzling, low-key numbers and amusing, truly LOL tracks. Enjoy and happy long weekend!   […]

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Saturday Sampler April 1st

Saturday Sampler April 1st

It’s April Fool’s Day, but there aren’t any jokes on this playlist. Instead, the Saturday Sampler April 1st edition reflects the bounty of new music that is blooming in our sonic garden. We have nine fresh tunes for your listening pleasure, ranging from euphoric pop numbers, wind-swept synth-pop, charming indie pop, and hypnotic benders. These songs are the work of artists […]

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The Matinee March 9th

The Matinee March 9th

Trying to pick the songs for The Matinee March 9th edition was excruciatingly difficult. The quality of music so far this year has been astounding. In the end, these nine singles stood out.   Adna – “Closure” (Berlin, Germany via Sweden) RIYL: Daughter, London Grammar, The xx At just 21 years old, Adna is preparing for the release of her third […]

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Novel Nature – “Yellowjacket” (single premiere)

Novel Nature – “Yellowjacket” (single premiere)

Every year, an artist or a band explodes, catching everyone by surprise. They come in all shapes and sizes, cultural backgrounds, ethnicities, nationalities, and ages. Susan Boyle is the most unlikely individual to achieve fame in 2009. Sturgill Simpson is an indie cult icon for achieving success his way and with his unique take on outlaw country. Heck, who would […]

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The Matinee February 3rd

The Matinee February 3rd

The Matinee February 3rd includes 6 amazing new tracks to get your Friday moving. We hope you find your new favorite song or band. We have a nice mix of indie rock and dream pop from Australia and the US. Check back tomorrow for our Saturday Sampler and of course the Weekend Showcase on Sunday. Bad Wave – “Time To Get […]

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The Matinee February 2nd

The Matinee February 2nd

It’s Groundhog Day, but on The Matinee February 2nd you won’t hear any repeats. Well, maybe you will because these nine singles will have you hitting rewind. There is a noticeable Australian focus, which demonstrates the country’s thriving music scene.   Ainsley Farrell – “Lady Long Hair” (Sydney, Australia via California, USA) RIYL: Laura Marling, Damien Jurado, Julia Jacklin One […]

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The Matinee January 31st

The Matinee January 31st

The Matinee January 31st includes a nice mix of indie artists ranging from singer-songwriter, well known indie artists as well as some talented up and comers. We sometimes look up at the world around us and wonder what is going on, yet here is some amazing music that we can take solace in. We have most tracks coming from the […]

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Saturday Sampler November 12th

Saturday Sampler November 12th

We truly have gone global with the Saturday Sampler November 12th edition. This mini-playlist is like an around-the-world trip, but the medium is music as opposed to an airplane. Sit back, buckle up, and enjoy this sonic journey, which begins in Sweden and then heads to Denmark, France, England, Norway, Cameroon, USA, Indonesia, and Australia.   Flora Cash – “Sadness Is Taking […]

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The Matinee November 11th

The Matinee November 11th

The Matinee November 11th edition is dedicated to all the women and men who have served our countries in times of peace and conflict. On behalf of everyone at The Revue, we would like to extend our gratitude to all the veterans, women, and men and to their families for their sacrifices and service. We are deeply indebted to you […]

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The Matinee September 29th

The Matinee September 29th

The Matinee September 29th edition features nine new songs. In addition to spanning the globe, there are a mix of genres also included. Psychedelic rock, jangle-pop, ’60s-style rock, alt-pop, funk and R&B, electro-pop, electro-rock, and crushing ballads are all on today’s mini-playlist. Take a listen to these great singles below.   Arbes – “Sun On My Back” (Melbourne, Australia) RIYL: […]

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The Matinee September 14th

The Matinee September 14th

The Matinee September 14th has an eclectic mix of tracks today that will help you get through your busy week. We have awesome gritty indie rock, amazing singer-songwriter, sunny synthpop, and a bit of psych inspired rock. Artists represent the US, the UK and Canada today. Blonde Roses – “Bullet” (New Orleans, USA) RIYL: Be Calm Honcho, Bernaccia, Field Mouse […]

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The Matinee August 26th

The Matinee August 26th

The Matinee August 26th includes six new tracks to keep you moving. For this fine Friday we have upbeat synth pop, feel good indie rock and a little singer songwriter fare. Most of our artists are representing the US, also with support from Canada and the UK. Don’t forget to check back tomorrow for more on our Saturday Sampler and […]

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The Matinee July 22nd

The Matinee July 22nd

The Matinee July 22nd includes 6 new tracks for your listening pleasure. We have awesome indie pop, punk inspired rock, folk pop and indie rock. We hope you find a new favorite track today. Don’t forget to check back tomorrow for our Saturday Sampler. Countries represented today include the Australia,Canada, the US and UK. 888 – “Critical Mistakes” (Denver, USA) […]

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The Technicolors – “Space Cadet” (single premiere)

The Technicolors – “Space Cadet” (single premiere)

A year ago, The Technicolors burst on the scene with their EP, Ultraviolet Disguise, which received some US-wide airplay and coverage. The EP was an electrifying mixture of Muse’ electric rock and the anthemic pop-rock of Snow Patrol. Not surprisingly, it put the Phoenix-based quartet on the national radar. Instead of building on this popular approach, The Technicolors have taken […]

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Programm – “A Torrid Marriage of Logic and Emotion”

Programm – “A Torrid Marriage of Logic and Emotion”

When Programm first arrived on the scene in January 2015 with their stunning debut single “Like the Sun” and that was shortly proceeded by the EP of the same name, it was easy to label the Toronto quartet as another dreamy electro-pop band. The release of their debut full-length, A Torrid Marriage of Logic and Emotion, however, demonstrates that Programm […]

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The Matinee April 21st

The Matinee April 21st

On The Matinee April 21st edition, we have songs from familiar names and a few artists who have released their debut singles, which are just awesome. And as always, several countries are represented, namely Australia, Canada, Denmark, England, The Netherlands, and the United States.   Andy Shauf – “The Worst in You” (Regina, SK, Canada) Andy Shauf is one of […]

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Kinjac – “Champagne” (single premiere)

Kinjac – “Champagne” (single premiere)

Artists get inspired by all sorts of things – love, family, friends, pets, a memory, literature, or a location. But a haunted house? While there are several songs that are “scary” or written for Halloween, there likely are not many singer-songwriters who have framed their sound around a home occupied by ghosts and spirits. Michael O’Shea, who goes by the […]

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Operators – “Blue Wave”

Operators – “Blue Wave”

One of these days, Dan Boeckner will settle down. For now, he’s content to be known as a collaborator, working with some of the best in music – Spencer Krug, Arlen Thompson, and Dante DeCaro as the reunited Wolf Parade; Alexei Perry on Handsome Furs; and together with Spoon frontman Britt Daniels and Sam Brown as the Divine Fits. This […]

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Sophia Danai – “Love Royale” (album premiere)

Sophia Danai – “Love Royale” (album premiere)

Canada’s music scene is bursting at the seams with great artists. The country is home to many of the industry’s biggest and brightest stars as well as its most innovative. Drake’s ear-popping hip hop; The Weeknd’s creative brilliance that blends R&B, pop, and electronic; and Arcade Fire’s symphonic, indie-rock escapades are just some of the examples. We haven’t even touched […]

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