Tag: indie new wave

The Matinee March 24th

The Matinee March 24th

The Matinee March 24th edition is a musical kaleidoscope of colorful sounds from across the globe. Today’s nine songs come to you from Australia, Belgium, Canada, England, Greece, Norway, and the USA. These gems sparkle with varying shades of indie genres to help you kick off your weekend. Be sure to check back this weekend for a full playlist of […]

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Melodic Tonic ’17, March 15th

Melodic Tonic ’17, March 15th

Welcome to your mid-week serving of new music cocktails! SXSW is in full swing, so today’s collection of five new tunes begins in Austin with a group who got their start at the festival. The other singles include British post-punk, Italian New Wave, American indie synth pop, and a sweeping instrumental track that defies genre norms. Let’s kick things off […]

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Dignitary – “Quite Like You” (single premiere)

Dignitary – “Quite Like You” (single premiere)

The majority of music fans equate dark alternative rock with gritty UK industrial towns instead of southern California. Los Angeles is known for its sunny climate, after all. Emerging indie darkwave/post-punk band Dignitary certainly has more of a European sound than most L.A. groups, yet there is a brightness in “Quite Like You” that adds to their immediate appeal. They perfectly […]

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Melodic Tonic ’16, vol. 6

Melodic Tonic ’16, vol. 6

This week’s serving of new music cocktails includes hot tunes from across the globe, with a focus on indie rock from the U.S., U.K., and Denmark. Viola Beach – “Boys That Sing” (Warrington, UK) We begin this week paying respects to Viola Beach, the Warrington, UK-based indie band who had a great sound and a promising future. This single had just been released […]

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