Tag: Planes on Paper

Weekend Showcase 3.29

Weekend Showcase 3.29

The Weekend Showcase 3.29 edition is our leanest one in, well, a year, which could only mean two things – we’ve been attending a few festivals, such as Newport Folk Festival, and we’re doing what people do in the summer (vacation, moving). There are still 40 songs in the list, and the country representation is still far and wide. Specifically, […]

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Melodic Tonic ’17, July 26th

Melodic Tonic ’17, July 26th

The five songs on this week’s Melodic Tonic range from gentle indie folk to rollicking synth rock. Featuring artists from Australia, Denmark, Ireland, South Africa, and the US, this mini playlist offers great new music from across the globe. Today we start with one of our favorite bands from the Pacific Northwest.   Planes on Paper – “Television” (Yakima, Washington […]

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The Mega, Mega Playlist of 2015

The Mega, Mega Playlist of 2015

Over the past year, we’ve listened to thousands of singles – way too many to count. Throughout the year, we’ve shared many of them through three regular features – The Melodic Tonic, The Matinee, and The Weekend Showcase. While we could have rolled up all those singles into one mammoth playlist, that would have meant a playlist of nearly 1,500 songs, not to […]

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Planes on Paper – “The Ruins”

Planes on Paper – “The Ruins”

“Goodness speaks in a whisper,” according to an old proverb. The power of a whisper – intimate and personal – is that it requires you to pause and absorb the private message spoken to an audience of one. Such is the music of Planes on Paper, an acoustic folk duo from Washington state. On their latest EP, The Ruins, released […]

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