Tag: Magic Potion

Weekend Showcase 3.35

Weekend Showcase 3.35

In what has been arguably the best week of the year in terms of new music, the Weekend Showcase 3.35 edition has 52 of those songs. This mega-playlist is awesome. Reflecting the diversity of the artists and band, 17 countries are represented, including: Argentina, Australia, Canada, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Ghana, Iceland, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Norway, Pakistan, Scotland, Sweden, Wales, […]

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The Matinee September 8th

The Matinee September 8th

A kaleidoscope of new music is featured on The Matinee September 8th edition. There’s something for everyone, so spin each song and enjoy the artistry of these emerging artists and bands.   Anna of the North – “Always” (Oslo, Norway) RIYL: CHVRCHES, Yumi Zouma, Keep Shelly in Athens Today is the big day for Anna Lotterud and Brady Daniell-Smith, who […]

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Weekend Showcase 2.23

Weekend Showcase 2.23

We’re almost halfway through the year and the music keeps getting better and better. The Weekend Showcase 2.23 edition is Exhibit A, as this playlist that features 53 songs is arguably one of the best. Ten countries (Australia, Canada, England, Israel, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Scotland, Sweden, and the United States) are represented, and the artists are some well-known acts […]

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The Matinee June 17th

The Matinee June 17th

The Matinee for June 17th features a variety of fun, fresh, funky tunes because it’s the weekend! To celebrate, we’ve got seven new singles, including indie post-punk, garage rock, and a bit of groovy electro-dance. We’ve also got some breathtaking new voices on the folk/pop scene. Today’s featured artists are from the USA, England, Israel, and Sweden. As always, we will have […]

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Magic Potion – “Boored”

Magic Potion – “Boored”

  Another band demonstrating that Sweden is more than just filled with great synth-/dream-pop and indie-folk acts is Magic Potion. The Stockholm-based band makes catchy and quirky jangly indie rock / slacker pop that recalls indie stars King Tuff and Mac DeMarco. Take “Boored”, for instance, which has a summery, lo-fi, surf-rock vibe. Even the lyrics allude to bright sunshine, but […]

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