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Weekend Showcase 3.43

Weekend Showcase 3.43

We’re into the home stretch of 2017 with only about five weeks left in the music scene. Like Oscar season, the music only gets more dramatic and more soul crunching. The Weekend Showcase 3.43 edition features many of these great songs. Specifically, there are 53 songs on this week’s mega-playlist. The artists and band represent a record-breaking 21 countries. They […]

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The Matinee November 3rd

The Matinee November 3rd

The Matinee November 3rd features get-up-on-your feet tunes, emotionally-moving numbers, and a song by a band with one of the great names in music history. You will be entertained, stunned, and just amazed by the talents of these nine bands and artists. Things get started with a humdinger of a disco-pop tune. argonaut&wasp – “Prove It To You” (Brooklyn, USA) […]

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Angel Olson

Newport Folk Festival 2017 – Day 2 (photo essay)

A photo essay from Newport Folk Festival 2017 – Day 2. This is just one of four parts. The other articles are: Things we loved – an overview of Newport Folk Festival Day 1 photo essay Day 3 photo essay MORE PHOTOS IN SLIDER

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Wild Child

Newport Folk Festival 2017: Saturday Guide

Just like Day 1, the second day of Newpork Folk Festival is filled with conflicts, as is expected. The first half of the day features several international artists, some of whom occupied many of our “Favorites of 2016” lists. The mid-afternoon to evening portions are littered with some of the biggest names in indie, folk, Americana, and alt-country. Oh, there […]

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Weekend Showcase 3.17

Weekend Showcase 3.17

It’s that time of the week where we run down some of the great new music of the past week. The Weekend Showcase 3.17 edition has 53 songs, featuring a few unexpected comebacks and, of course, hidden gems you ought to know. The featured artists represent 11 countries, including: Australia, Canada, Denmark, England, Iceland, Ireland, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, […]

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The Matinee May 5th

The Matinee May 5th

Today is the mother of music days. There is so much great music and albums dropping over the past 6 to 24 hours, and The Matinee May 5th is just a microcosm of this great day.  We have a myriad of tracks for your listening pleasure. We have artists representing Australia, Iceland, Sweden, and the US  We hope you find […]

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Weekend Showcase 3.03

Weekend Showcase 3.03

While parts of the world are rewinding the clock some 100 years, music continues to push forward with to offer exciting new sounds and taking familiar approaches and adding a modern twist. The Weekend Showcase 3.03 edition looks back on the week that was in new music. Find 52 songs on today’s mega-playlist, featuring artists from twelve countries. The countries […]

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The Matinee January 23rd

The Matinee January 23rd

The Matinee January 23rd includes six new tracks for your listening pleasure. We hope the eclectic choice today brightens up your Monday. We have a mix of indie rock, post-punk rock, electro-pop, punk inspired rock, and country/Americana. Countries represented today include the US, UK, and Sweden. Dead Seem Old – “This Mess Won’t Make Itself” (London, England) RIYL: Dead Seem Old Dead […]

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Weekend Showcase 2.42

Weekend Showcase 2.42

On this final weekend of October, the Weekend Showcase 2.42 edition will get you in a Halloween mood or warm you up as the weather gets cooler. Find 48 songs by artists originally from or based in 12 countries, including: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Congo, England, France, Ireland, New Zealand, Scotland, Sweden, and the United States. The playlist and tracklisting, […]

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The Matinee October 24th

The Matinee October 24th

The Matinee October 24th includes six new tracks to get your week started off right. We have a proper dose of dream pop, singer-songwriter, synth pop and indie rock to get you moving. We have artists representing the US, UK and Australia today. Jeffrey James – “Both Ways” (Nashville, USA) RIYL: Gallant, Matt Woods, Kevin Garrett Jeffrey James is the […]

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