Tag: Hand In Hive

The Matinee November 9th

The Matinee November 9th

The Matinee November 9th edition is filled with alumni. As a result, the artists and bands are listed in reverse alphabetical order once again so those at the end of the alphabet get their time at the top. There is one newcomer to the list, but they’ve been around for a couple of years. We’ve also changed things up a […]

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The Matinee July 27th

The Matinee July 27th

Once again we take a new music trip around the globe on The Matinee July 27th edition. Speaking of trips, some of us, including myself, are en route if not having already arrived in Newport, Rhode Island, and we hope one of these days the artists listed below will be gracing the stages of NFF or one of the after-parties. […]

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The Matinee July 7th

The Matinee July 7th

The Matinee July 7th has 9 awesome new tracks for your listening pleasure. We have a myriad of indie alternative tracks you today. Artists are representing Australia, Canada, the UK and the USW today. We get things started with songs by two indietronic groups who unexpectedly released new music – one in the wee hours of the morning. Rhye – […]

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The Matinee January 12th

The Matinee January 12th

The great songs keep coming and picking nine for The Matinee January 12th edition was incredibly difficult. We’re trying to get them all in, but in the meantime here are the songs blowing these two ear drums.   Aish – “Promise Me” (San Francisco, USA) RIYL: Sufjan Stevens, Kishi Bashi, Sondre Lerche Making his mark as a composer, producer, and […]

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The Matinee August 11th

The Matinee August 11th

The Matinee August 11th is a little different today in that of the eight artists, only one comes from the United States. Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and England are the other four countries represented. Take a listen and discover some of music’s brightest new stars.   Zuzu – “Get Off” (Liverpool, England) RIYL: Colleen Green, Courtney Barnett, Swearin’ Very little […]

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Wyldest – “Dark Matter” EP

Wyldest – “Dark Matter” EP

For months, we’ve espoused the brilliance London trio Wyldest and their gorgeous dream-pop sound. Their music can leave you grasping for a breath, make you feel vulnerable and exposed, or simply transfix you and leave you numb. Sure, there are a lot of bands who occupy this genre, but very few can match the brilliance of Zoe Mead, Holly Mullineaux, […]

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The Matinee January 26th Edition

The Matinee January 26th Edition

The weather outside may be frightful, but the new music we have is delightful. We have six great tracks for your, everything from experimental folk to soul-pop to garage-rock to dream-pop. Sit back, turn up the volume, and take a listen to The Matinee January 26th Edition.   Ana Lete – “Aspens” (Caldwell, ID, USA) We start things off with […]

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The Matinee November 17

The Matinee November 17

It’s been a somber few days, and yesterday Hollie shared music to reflect the mood of not just us here at The Revue but being felt everywhere. For the Matinee November 17 edition, though, we’ll pick this up a little bit with some really stirring and sublime singles from a couple of familiar names and others you really, really ought […]

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Wyldest – “Danish Longball”

Wyldest – “Danish Longball”

  Wyldest have been on our radar the past couple of months since they released the sensational “Cruel Dusk” (it’s below). The North London trio now return with a brand single, the equally lush and stunning “Danish Longball”. A band this young shouldn’t making such ethereal music so early in their careers. Wyldest have signed with Hand in Hive, a really […]

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Saltwater Sun – “Habit On My Mind”

Saltwater Sun – “Habit On My Mind”

“Habit On My Mind” is the catchy new single from London-based Saltwater Sun. Their sound is part mind-altering psychedelia, part dreamy shoegaze, and part gorgeous indie-pop. The single reminds of another band on this list, Misun, as well as another favorite, Canadian indie band Alvvays. With such an infectious sound – from the hallowing guitars to frontwoman Jennifer Stearnes’ vocals […]

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