Tag: indie electro-pop

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 3rd

The Matinee July 3rd

The Matinee July 3rd is full of awesome new tunes for all of you state side listeners that might be enjoying a 4 day weekend. We hope you find your new favorite song or band. Artists are representing Canada, The UK and the US today. BOYS – “Dreamland” (London, England) RIYL: The Drums, Beach Fossils, Ducktails “Dreamland” is the newest […]

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Melodic Tonic ’16, vol. 38

Melodic Tonic ’16, vol. 38

Welcome to your mid-week serving of new music cocktails, or otherwise known as the Melodic Tonic ’16, vol. 38! The five artists on today’s playlist offer plenty of toe-tapping beats  to get you through the rest of your week. Several groups featured today are international duos with members from England, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, and the US. Let’s get things started […]

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Kishi Bashi – “Sonderlust”

Kishi Bashi – “Sonderlust”

. The sign of a truly great artist is their ability to reinvent themself or their sound. How many chameleonic personas did David Bowie adopt during his career? Fans of indie pop artist/violin virtuoso Kishi Bashi are noticing a similar trend. The songs on his latest album, Sonderlust, bear little resemblance to his first two solo releases. His debut, 151a, […]

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