Tag: Liberation Music

Slum Sociable – ‘Slum Sociable’ (album review)

Slum Sociable – ‘Slum Sociable’ (album review)

 Music can be therapeutic, not just for listeners but also for the artists. In the case of Slum Sociable, their self-titled, debut album represents more than two years of personal loss and struggle. For Edward Cregan Quinn, the LP was an outlet to deal with the loss of a close friend. The record, however, represents something different for Miller Upchurch […]

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The Matinee September 15th

The Matinee September 15th

Another nine songs are on today’s The Matinee September 15th edition. Hopefully this selection will perk up your eyes and pique your interest. We get things started with one of the finest singer-songwriters to arrive on the scene in the past two years.   Julia Jacklin – “Eastwick” (Blue Mountains, Australia) RIYL: Angel Olsen, Big Thief, Nadia Reid Even when […]

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Melodic Tonic ’17 August 23rd

Melodic Tonic ’17 August 23rd

Today’s new music cocktails is a sensual treat. These six songs from American, Australian and Greek artists feature funky beats that will move your body to introspective rock that will speak to your mind. We kick things off with a favorite duo whose third album arrives in October.   Cults – “I Took Your Picture” (New York City, USA) RIYL: Chvrches, […]

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The Matinee June 13th

The Matinee June 13th

The Matinee June 13th has a bit of a familiar feel in that many of the artists and bands listed before have been featured before. We kick things off with the return of one of indie rock’s great bands. Wolf Alice – “Yuk Foo” (London, England) RIYL: Siouxsie Sioux, Hole, Dead Kennedys In 2014 and 2015, Wolf Alice was the […]

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Saturday Sampler March 4th

Saturday Sampler March 4th

The Saturday Sampler March 4th reflects the month’s famous slogan – “in like a lion and goes out like a lamb”. Hear nine songs that will be buzzing in your head for days if not weeks to come. Bring on March and the oncoming spring! Beach Fossils – “This Year” (Brooklyn, USA) RIYL: Real Estate, Craft Spells, Wild Nothing It has […]

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Julia Jacklin

Julia Jacklin – “Don’t Let The Kids Win”

Julia Jacklin has always been a daydreamer. At the age of 12, she wanted to be a pop star like Brittany Spears, and then later in life she wanted to be the best social worker on the planet. The dreams would linger, but they started to come to fruition following a trip to South America during her gap year. The […]

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The Matinee August 18th

The Matinee August 18th

The Matinee August 18th features eight songs that range from the electrifying to sultry. As always, The Matinee spans the globe, featuring artists from Australia, Norway, Sweden, Belgium, England, and the USA.   Honey Lung – “Something” (London, England) RIYL: My Bloody Valentine, Sundara Karma, Wolf Alice The sole group on the list that is not led by a female […]

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Saturday Sampler for July 16th

Saturday Sampler for July 16th

Saturday Sampler for July 16th features plenty of musicians and bands that we have huge crushes on ummm… we are huge fans of because their music makes us feel really goooood. There are, of course, several newcomers whose music might also leave you infatuated. We’ll try to keep the musical matchmaking brief so you can enjoy the music.   Andrew Keoghan – “Everything” […]

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Self-Titled Debut EP by Kagu

Self-Titled Debut EP by Kagu

Back in 2012, Melbourne-based, dream-pop quintet Snakadaktal was on track to be the next big band from Australia. They had released a well-received, self-titled EP, and several singles were aired frequently on the awesome, country-wide, radio station Triple-J. The following year, they released their first full-length, the critically acclaimed Sleep in the Water, which debuted on the ARIA charts. However, […]

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