Tag: The Dig

Weekend Showcase 2.46

Weekend Showcase 2.46

We’re heading down the home stretch of 2016, which means there are only a handful of Showcases left. On the 46th edition of the Weekend Showcase, forty-nine (49) songs are featured. As is always the case, the music features artists who represent a bevy of countries. Specifically, 12 flags are being waved today, including: Australia, Canada, England, France, Germany, Iceland, […]

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The Matinee November 21st

The Matinee November 21st

The Matinee November 21st is an eclectic group of tracks to get your week started off right. We have a smorgasbord of songs which just might include something for everyone. We have some awesome punk inspired rock, earworm worthy indie pop/rock and some upbeat electro/synth pop for you. Artists are representing Australia, The US and the UK today. We hope […]

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Mundo Musique: Our 25 Favourite Albums of 2013 – Daughter, The Dig, Gregory Alan Isakov, The Joy Formidable, and Julia Holter

Mundo Musique: Our 25 Favourite Albums of 2013 – Daughter, The Dig, Gregory Alan Isakov, The Joy Formidable, and Julia Holter

As Ben said yesterday, we don’t feel qualified to list the “best” albums of 2013, just the ones we’ve liked over the course of the year, and the ones we can’t stop listening to. Yesterday we ran through our first 5 of our 25 favorite albums of 2013, and today we give you 6-10.  Today’s list features two bands I […]

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Mundo Musique: Frankie Rose, The Dig, Cotton Wine, Helen Austin, and Remembering Lou Reed

Mundo Musique: Frankie Rose, The Dig, Cotton Wine, Helen Austin, and Remembering Lou Reed

This Monday’s Mundo Musique features two New York-based musical acts making fantastic groovy, synth-pop songs; a newly formed indie duo from Nashville; a critically-acclaimed, Canadian singer-songwriter; and a nod to a legend. FRANKIE ROSE After a diverse career that included playing with the Vivian Girls, Crystal Stilts, and The Dum Dum Girls as well as starting her own band project, […]

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