Tag: Sorcha Richardson

Weekend Showcase 3.37

Weekend Showcase 3.37

Another fabulous week in music has passed us, and the next 6 to 8 weeks look incredible. In the meantime, take a moment to reflect back on the week that was with the Weekend Showcase 3.37 edition. Fifty-four songs are on this playlist, although not all of them are on SoundCloud or Spotify. Fifty-three are on the former while the […]

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The Matinee September 21st

The Matinee September 21st

Autumn has officially arrived, and The Matinee September 21st edition reflects the changing of the seasons. These songs are lot darker and subdued, without a summer anthem to be found. Some of the nine songs, however, will amuse you, others will haunt your mind for days, and the rest will leave you spellbound. Haley Heynderickx – “Oom Sha La La” […]

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Weekend Showcase 3.22

Weekend Showcase 3.22

The Weekend Showcase 3.22 edition is a pretty special one. It features some of our favorite artists and bands of all-time plus several rising musicians with the potential to be massive stars. In addition, there are a number of politically-charged songs that will blow your mind. This isn’t the protest music of the ’60s and ’70s, but a new era […]

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The Matinee June 9th

The Matinee June 9th

The Matinee June 9th has a bit of everything today. It includes new music from a couple of major bands, a super-collective of mega-talented artists, and a few groups and artists still looking to achieve a major breakthrough. There is a heavy electronic bent on this, but not the typical EDM stuff. Sit back and enjoy the music. Black Fly […]

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Weekend Showcase 2.36

Weekend Showcase 2.36

On this final weekend of summer, we offer the Weekend Showcase 2.36, our weekly playlist featuring new music from around the world. Find 50 songs on this week’s edition. Old favorites can be found as well a couple of dozen newcomers. As usual, the playlist features a bevy of countries and regions – seventeen to be exact. The listed places […]

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The Matinee September 15th

The Matinee September 15th

The Matinee September 15th once again spans multiple genres and scours the globe for the best new music. A few favorites return while several have just released either their debut or second singles. The summaries are shorter this time around, and the list is organized in reverse alphabetical order.   Wolf People – “Ninth Night” (North London, England) RIYL: Russian […]

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Weekend Showcase 2.33

Weekend Showcase 2.33

The Weekend Showcase 2.33 edition is a varied one. It has music that will take you way back to the ’60s. There are songs by resurrecting the alt-rock of the ’90s. Then there are artists who are putting a new spin on contemporary electronic and electro-pop. In total, there are 51 songs on The Weekend Showcase 2.33. The artists are […]

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The Matinee August 25th

The Matinee August 25th

Eight songs occupy The Matinee August 25th edition. Lots of sizzle and a bit of shimmer in this mini-playlist.   As Was – “Stains” (Los Angeles, USA) RIYL: Diane Coffee, Portugal. The Man, AXIS: SOVA There is very little information about Los Angeles band As Was other than they have been around for three years already and fronted by Kosta […]

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Weekend Showcase – May 22nd Edition

Weekend Showcase – May 22nd Edition

It’s Friday, so it’s the usual thing here on The Revue – The Weekend Showcase! Twenty new tunes to get you through the weekend. If this is your first time checking out the playlist, below are some quick points to consider. If you like the artist / band, click on their name to be taken to their Facebook page or […]

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Sorcha Richardson – “Petrol Station”

Sorcha Richardson – “Petrol Station”

  Despite the concrete and the chaos, Brooklyn and New York City have always drew people in for its eccentric and eclectic neighborhoods and people, the diverse cultures that reside in small confines, and, of course, the music. Sorcha Richardson is another person who has made the Big Apple home. The native of Dublin, Ireland moved to NYC to study, but five years […]

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