Tag: The Foreign Resort

Weekend Showcase 3.46

Weekend Showcase 3.46

We have arrived at the home stretch of 2017 with just a handful of weeks left before this eventful year comes to an end. Although there are many “Best of” lists already out, there is still a ton of new music to discover, and the Weekend Showcase 3.46 edition is the perfect starting. This week’s mega playlist features 53 songs, […]

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Saturday Sampler November 25th

Saturday Sampler November 25th

The Saturday Sampler November 25th edition brings you nine sparkling music gems from across the globe. Featuring artists from Belgium, Denmark, England, Spain, Sweden, and the USA, today’s playlist will warm you on this final weekend of November. Dahlia Sleeps – “Rise” (London, England) RIYL: Cults, Phantogram, BROODS The word “stunning” is often overused when writing about music, and we’re […]

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Weekend Showcase 3.15

Weekend Showcase 3.15

Another week passes, and another opportunity to share some great new music on the Weekend Showcase 3.15 edition. Find an even 50 songs from some of indie’s greatest artists and bands to hidden gems who are on the verge of stardom. Fourteen (14) countries are represented, including: Australia, Canada, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Iceland, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, South Africa, […]

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Melodic Tonic ’17, April 17th

Melodic Tonic ’17, April 17th

This week’s Melodic Tonic brings you six tunes to start your week, instead of arriving on Wednesday. This mini playlist takes you on a journey of sound from Copenhagen to Seattle, with new music that ranges from brooding darkwave/post-punk to soulful indie pop and intimate indie folk. Let’s start with a pair of Danish bands since one is performing at Canadian Music Week that […]

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Mundo Musique: The Foreign Resort

Mundo Musique: The Foreign Resort

Denmark’s The Foreign Resort create some epic, dark, and frenetic music.  Their latest record, New Frontiers was released Tuesday in North America.  New Frontiers is nine post-punk tracks with a huge weight to them, the songs are epic, and full of energy.  The first track, “Dead End Roads” has a bit of an electronic feeling to it, recalling 80’s new […]

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