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Weekend Showcase 3.19

Weekend Showcase 3.19

By now, you know the deal. The Weekend Showcase 3.19 edition reviews all the music we’ve covered from the past seven day. On this week’s mega-playlist, find 51 songs from artists representing twelve (12) countries, including: Australia, Canada, England, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Russia, Sweden, and the United States. The playlist and tracklisting, as usual, follows the list of […]

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Saturday Sampler May 20th

Saturday Sampler May 20th

The Saturday Sampler May 20th edition is a musical feast. There is something for everyone today, and, as usual, it comes from different corners of the globe.   DWNTWN – “Bloodshot Eyes” (Los Angeles, USA) RIYL: Hærts, Savoir Adore, Broods Indie pop band DWNTWN may hail from Los Angeles, but they have a rich musical pedigree. Front woman Jamie Leffler has music […]

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Weekend Showcase 3.10

Weekend Showcase 3.10

With SXSW coming to a close, you might be suffering from music withdrawal or you might be looking for a playlist to help you get home safely. Or possibly you just need a pick-me-up or music to get you through the day. You’ve come to the right place, as the Weekend Showcase 3.10 edition is really stellar. The playlist features […]

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The Matinee March 13th

The Matinee March 13th

The Matinee March 13th has six new tracks for your listening pleasure. We hope this gets your week started off right. We have a nice mix of indie songs ranging from electro pop, indie rock and singer-songwriter fare.Artists represent the Australia, the UK and the US. Brett Newski – “I Don’t Wanna Go to SXSW” (Milwaukee, USA) RIYL: Elliot Smith, […]

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Rendition, episode 2.03

Rendition, episode 2.03

Rendition, episode 2.03     Kilter – “Want 2” (ft Porsches) (Castro Remix) Last week, Sydney, Australia producer Kilter teamed up with electronic duo Porsches to release a feel-good, summery, electro-pop song, “Want 2”. Part of the release included a couple of remixes, including a slowed down, house version by fellow Sydney resident Castro. The remix, however, still retains the feel-good vibe of […]

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