Tag: Flyte

Weekend Showcase 4.10

Weekend Showcase 4.10

As March continues to roar with wintry temperatures in the Northern Hemisphere, the music is heating up. The Weekend Showcase 4.10 edition is evidence of this with its 50 songs. There’s more of an edge – rock and post-punk in particular – on the mega-playlist as well as some ambient, pop, and electronica. Fourteen countries are represented, including: Australia, Canada, […]

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SXSW 2018 – Band Picks – Tuesday March 13

SXSW 2018 – Band Picks – Tuesday March 13

SXSW 2018 is upon us. Tuesday has a nice list of bands to check out as the days progress, it becomes harder to decide whom to see as the choices become overwhelming. We are giving two of the best showcase options – one where you most likely must have a badge or wristband, and one where you can probably just […]

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The Matinee ’18 March 12th

The Matinee ’18 March 12th

Since today Wendy is representing us at SXSW, three of us – Hollie, Flo, and Ben – are taking over duties on The Matinee ’18 March 12th edition. We’re doing our best to represent our colleague’s diverse musical tastes, including featuring a couple of her favorite artists. TT – “Love Leaks” (Los Angeles, USA) RIYL: Warpaint, London Grammar If you’re […]

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Weekend Showcase – June 19th Edition

Weekend Showcase – June 19th Edition

Time to get the weekend started. Here’s the weekly feature – The Weekend Showcase. This one is 20 songs, mostly from Australia, North America, and the UK. If this is your first visit, some simple hints for you. If you like the artist / band, click on their name to be taken to their Facebook page or website. If you […]

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Flyte – “Closer Together”

Flyte – “Closer Together”

  Following the success of several singles and their Live EP, London quartet Flyte are getting ready to the next step towards stardom. Recently, they signed with Island Records, whose most famous client is U2, and to celebrate the occasion they will be releasing “Closer Together”. The single is a catchy, anthemic, indie-pop track. It’s a change in style for […]

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