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Weekend Showcase 3.27

Weekend Showcase 3.27

Festivals are in full swing this weekend, and we offer our own little one. Well, it’s just a playlist, but the Weekend Showcase 3.27 edition features fantastic artists and bands. Specifically, find 52 songs from artists representing 12 countries, including: Australia, Canada, England, Greece, Ireland, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Scotland, Sweden, the United States, and Wales. The playlist and tracklisting, […]

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The Matinee July 11th

The Matinee July 11th

The Matinee July 11th is like a grand buffet, offering a diverse and eclectic set of new music from across the globe. There’s dream folk from New Zealand and Australia plus blistering indie rock from England and the USA. Great Britain also offers some savory R&B, synth-pop delights come from Canada, and the country of Norway offers some biting psychedelia. […]

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The Matinee April 6th

The Matinee April 6th

The Matinee April 6th is a work of art. Well, the music is. Find nine songs by artists from different parts of the globe. There’s a bit of everything – moving ballads, entrancing witch-rock, mesmerizing folktronica, ’80s glam-rock, and a whole lot more.   Big Thief – “Mythological Beauty” (Brooklyn, USA) RIYL: Orenda Fink, O+S Almost a year to the […]

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Weekend Showcase – May 8th Edition

Weekend Showcase – May 8th Edition

This week, we feature 21 tracks to get you through the weekend. We have two firsts – bands from Moscow and Kuwait make the list. In addition, we have an awesome singer-songwriter from a town that Ben grew up in. If this is your first visit to the Weekend Showcase, some simple instructions. If you like the artist / band, […]

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Starbenders – “Powder”

Starbenders – “Powder”

  “Powder” is the buzzkill of a new single by Atlanta, Georgia punk-pop band Starbenders. This is a band that could be called fearless, as they are unafraid to tackle the most sensitive subjects. On this track, they sing about a night of drug use, hence the single’s title. Musically, though, their combination of post-punk and pop is delirious and […]

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