Tag: Johnny Kills

Weekend Showcase 3.22

Weekend Showcase 3.22

The Weekend Showcase 3.22 edition is a pretty special one. It features some of our favorite artists and bands of all-time plus several rising musicians with the potential to be massive stars. In addition, there are a number of politically-charged songs that will blow your mind. This isn’t the protest music of the ’60s and ’70s, but a new era […]

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The Matinee June 8th

The Matinee June 8th

The Matinee June 8th features a bevy of well-known artists and a handful of hidden gems to discover. The list is in reverse alphabetical order because we haven’t done this in a while. Waxahatchee – “Never Been Wrong” (Philadelphia, USA) RIYL: Liz Phair, Juliana Hatfield, Veruca Salt While Katie Crutchfield’s first three albums as Waxahatchee have been critical darlings, she remains […]

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Weekend Showcase 2.22

Weekend Showcase 2.22

The weekly summary of the past 7 days of new music. The Weekend Showcase 2.22 edition includes 47 songs by artists from 10 countries, including: Australia, Canada, Denmark, England, Germany, Israel, New Zealand, Spain, Taiwan, and the United States. The playlist and tracklisting, as usual, follows the list of articles from the past week. Enjoy the great music and discover […]

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Johnny Kills – “Maybe Next Year” (single premiere)

Johnny Kills – “Maybe Next Year” (single premiere)

A month ago, three young guys from southern England dropped their debut single.  “Take It Easy“ by Johnny Kills arguably was the biggest surprise hit of the spring. Think Thee Oh Sees meets METZ meets Wavves, and it is easy to explain why this little-known band had the blogosphere excited about their fiery brand of indie rock. Today, Johnny Kills […]

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