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The Matinee ’18 January 26th

The Matinee ’18 January 26th

Nine songs once again occupy The Matinee ’18 January 26th edition, which has rockers, indie-pop numbers, and innovative electronica. These songs you have to hear to believe. Kicking things off is one of our favorite artists of the past two years.   Annabel Allum – “Beat the Birds” (Guildford, England) RIYL: Fiona Apple, TORRES, Alanis Morissette After blowing us away […]

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The Matinee December 5th

The Matinee December 5th

Wendy started the week of with some rockers, and we continue the trend with more upbeat fare on The Matinee December 5th. This is the last week of 2017 that we’ll be sharing new singles, so we may as well go out with a bang.   BEACH RIOT – “She’s a Hurricane” (London/Brighton, England)  RIYL: Queens of the Stone […]

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Killing Moon Label – ‘New Moons: Vol. VIII’ (album premiere)

Killing Moon Label – ‘New Moons: Vol. VIII’ (album premiere)

New Moons: Vol. VIII, the latest compilation from London label Killing Moon, is out today, and we are excited to share this amazing collection. Killing Moon have an affinity for finding, promoting, and sharing emerging talents who then transition from obscurity to stardom. (Alt-J ring a bell?)  With their New Moons series now on its eighth volume, you are sure to find new artists […]

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Annabel Allum – ‘All That For What’ (EP review)

Annabel Allum – ‘All That For What’ (EP review)

For most 21-year olds, it will be years before they understand what the future holds for them. For Annabel Allum, the future is now. Allum began her career making mostly indie-folk music and released a well-received EP, Absent. The record put the Surrey, England native’s name out to the music world, but it was her transformation in 2016 that caught […]

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