Tag: indie psych-pop

Saturday Sampler October 14th

Saturday Sampler October 14th

Everyone knows about the Friday the 13th movies, but how many know about Saturday the 14th? It’s a cult movie made in 1981 that was a parody of horror movies, where some of the great monsters and villains are turned into punch lines. It’s not a very good movie, but it’s entertaining. On that note, we promise you that the […]

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Melodic Tonic ’17 September 20th

Melodic Tonic ’17 September 20th

Melodic Tonic ’17 September 20th features another six songs, although from five artists this time. Two of the songs form an absolute epic. Sit back and take a sip fro this new music cocktail. Curtis Harding – “Need Your Love” (Atlanta, USA) RIYL: Al Green, Future Islands, St. Paul & The Broken Bones Last month we lost our collective minds […]

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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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Saturday Sampler February 25th

Saturday Sampler February 25th

Saturday Sampler February 25th edition is a mosaic of new music. It’s not just the countries represented – Australia, England, Ireland, South Africa, Canada, and USA – but the music. You’ll find an eclectic and diverse batch of music that will have your auditory senses screaming in delight.   Analogue Wave – “Hope” (Dublin, Ireland) RIYL: Aphex Twin, Leftfield, Massive Attack, Depeche […]

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Melodic Tonic ’17 February 22nd

Melodic Tonic ’17 February 22nd

Your mid-week serving of new music cocktails features six sonic gems from artists in England, Italy, Scotland, and the U.S. Today’s listening menu includes infectious indie pop, some breathtaking dream pop, a stunning singer/songwriter, and plenty of gorgeous melodies. Let’s kick things off with a UK duo who don’t let distance stand in their way. Sacred Paws – “Ride” (Glasgow, Scotland […]

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Melodic Tonic ’16, vol. 41

Melodic Tonic ’16, vol. 41

It’s the last Monday before the American elections conclude, and these five new music singles on the Melodic Tonic ’16, vol. 41 edition share a single purpose: to take your mind off the three-ring circus that finally concludes tomorrow! Featured artists are from Australia and the U.S., which is where we’re getting things started today.   Foxygen – “America” (Westlake Village, California) RIYL: […]

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Saturday Sampler November 5th

Saturday Sampler November 5th

There is a bit of everything on the Saturday Sampler November 5th edition. From electronic to ambient, Irish folk to alt-country, neo-psychedelia to seismic indie rock, you will hear it below. Enjoy the first weekend of November!   Bonobo – “Kerala” (Los Angeles, USA via Brighton, England) RIYL: Tycho, Four Tet, Emancipator Ambient electronic artist Simon Green – aka Bonobo – expresses […]

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Melodic Tonic ’16, vol. 36

Melodic Tonic ’16, vol. 36

Welcome to your mid-week serving of new music cocktails – a.k.a. Melodic Tonic ’16, vol. 36! Today features five new songs from five different countries. Though their styles may vary (from indie rock and psych pop to sultry singer/songwriter and Scandinavian electro-pop), each artist gives you a reason to get lost in their music. Let’s get things started in the U.K. […]

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Saturday Sampler August 20th

Saturday Sampler August 20th

The Saturday Sampler August 20th edition has Olympic fever! Well, sort of. While we don’t have any Brazilian artists, this week’s mix does feature 10 songs from pairs of international artists. We’ve got two singles from Brooklyn-based indie artists, two more from sunny U.S. cities (Miami and Los Angeles), a pair from both Norway and England, and two equally upbeat hits […]

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Melodic Tonic ’16, vol. 20

Melodic Tonic ’16, vol. 20

Today’s serving of new music cocktails comes with a recommendation guide. When you’re trying to decide which music to dive into, sometimes it helps to have a few starting points for comparison. You wouldn’t recommend a steakhouse to a vegetarian, just as you wouldn’t suggest black metal to a chillwave fan, right? That’s our view. Hopefully the “RIYL” (Recommended If […]

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Melodic Tonic ’16, vol. 19

Melodic Tonic ’16, vol. 19

Welcome to this week’s concentrated dose of new music cocktails – a.k.a. Melodic Tonic ’16, vol. 19. Instead of the usual full serving of six new songs, this week features four shots of fresh music from European artists that is upbeat, off-beat, and hypnotic. Let’s dive in with a great track to help you kick the Monday blues.   Peter Bjorn & John – […]

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Melodic Tonic ’16, vol. 15

Melodic Tonic ’16, vol. 15

Welcome to this week’s serving of new music cocktails where the menu features pairs of singles from similar genres. We’ve got some mellow British psych pop, some danceable American dream pop, and a double dose of volume cranked to 11 to shift your Monday into high speed. Let’s ease into things at a slower pace first.   Fear of Men […]

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Saturday Sampler for March 26th

Saturday Sampler for March 26th

Saturday Sampler for March 26th Denny – “Bloom” (Minneapolis, USA) We first learned about DENNY last fall and they are back with a new track titled “Bloom”. They have taken a harder rock turn this time as their previous efforts were a bit more pop focused. “Bloom” is a great rock filled track that showcases the band’s smart guitar work and […]

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