Tag: Young Fathers

Weekend Showcase 3.43

Weekend Showcase 3.43

We’re into the home stretch of 2017 with only about five weeks left in the music scene. Like Oscar season, the music only gets more dramatic and more soul crunching. The Weekend Showcase 3.43 edition features many of these great songs. Specifically, there are 53 songs on this week’s mega-playlist. The artists and band represent a record-breaking 21 countries. They […]

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Melodic Tonic ’17, November 1st

Melodic Tonic ’17, November 1st

The first day of November brings a fresh batch of new music. Today’s mid-week playlist features an eclectic mix from around the globe, including artists from Australia, England, Greece, Scotland, and the USA. Let’s get started with a belated Halloween treat. The Wytches – “Double World” (Peterborough, England) RIYL: Morphine, Mark Lanegan Band, The Pack A.D. If you woke up […]

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Weekend Showcase 3.03

Weekend Showcase 3.03

While parts of the world are rewinding the clock some 100 years, music continues to push forward with to offer exciting new sounds and taking familiar approaches and adding a modern twist. The Weekend Showcase 3.03 edition looks back on the week that was in new music. Find 52 songs on today’s mega-playlist, featuring artists from twelve countries. The countries […]

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Melodic Tonic ’17 January 25

Melodic Tonic ’17 January 25

Welcome to your mid-week serving of new music cocktails! Today’s edition (the Melodic Tonic ’17 January 25 edition) is a Eurocentric blend of six artists with ties to England, Germany, Scotland, and Wales. Beat the Wednesday slump with fresh offerings from British legends and rising stars alike. The Brian Jonestown Massacre – “Fact 67” (Berlin, Germany via San Francisco, USA) RIYL: […]

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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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Young Fathers – “White Men Are Black Men Too”

Young Fathers – “White Men Are Black Men Too”

Last year, Edinburgh’s Young Fathers surprised people with their Mercury Prize victory, beating out the likes of FKA Twigs, Royal Blood, Anna Calvi, and Damon Albarn. It was surprising mostly because their masterful Dead went under the radar with so many critics within the print and online media and blogosphere. However, a few places, including ourselves, acknowledged the album as one of the […]

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Young Fathers, “Rain or Shine”

Young Fathers, “Rain or Shine”

Today, Edinburgh trio Young Fathers dropped a great new tune, “Rain or Shine”, which is from their forthcoming new album White Men Are Black Men Too. The track is an upbeat, blasting tune that mixes hip hop and rock to perfection. It’s anthemic quality has us longing for warmer days. Check the track below. White Men Are Black Men Too drops on […]

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50 Favourite Albums of 2014: Ty Segall, The War on Drugs, Warpaint, Wye Oak, and Young Fathers

50 Favourite Albums of 2014: Ty Segall, The War on Drugs, Warpaint, Wye Oak, and Young Fathers

And we’ve made it to the end. But first, a quick recap: Day 1 – Alvvays, Angel Olsen, The Antlers, Beck, and Benjamin Booker. Day 2 – Chad VanGaalen, Conor Oberst, Coves, Damien Jurado, and Doug Keith. Day 3 – Dream Boat, Eagulls, First Aid Kit, Future Islands, and Hamilton Leithauser. Day 4 – Hiss Golden Messenger, Hospitality, Hurray for […]

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The Pick 5: New Singles by Marissa Nadler, Young Fathers, Life Model, FURS, & Moon Duo

The Pick 5: New Singles by Marissa Nadler, Young Fathers, Life Model, FURS, & Moon Duo

With so much music coming out each day, we often miss some great new singles – sometimes by weeks. To rectify that, we’ve introduced “The Pick 5” (the number could change each week) – basically fivetracks that we recommend you hearing for the weekend. Think of it as a mini playlist. Happy Weekend!   Marissa Nadler, “Pitseleh” (Elliott Smith Cover) […]

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Mundo Musique: A Look Back at Some of Our Favourite “Discoveries” Part II

Mundo Musique: A Look Back at Some of Our Favourite “Discoveries” Part II

Last week, we listed ten of our favourite “discoveries”. Since there are so many to list, we decided to list ten more! We hope you enjoy some of the musicians and bands that we have come to love. EPHRATA Have you had a moment where you listen to a band for the very first time and was immediately won over […]

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Mundo Musique Interview: Wading Unchartered Waters with Young Fathers

Mundo Musique Interview: Wading Unchartered Waters with Young Fathers

Every few years, a new band or artist arrives that changes the way music is heard and made. Radiohead, Massive Attack, TV on the Radio, Arcade Fire, The Black Keys – all considered among the most influential bands of the last two decades due to their innovative spirit and pioneering ways. Edinburgh, Scotland trio, Young Fathers, are likewise trailblazing new […]

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Mundo 15: Our Favorite Albums of the First Quarter of 2014

Mundo 15: Our Favorite Albums of the First Quarter of 2014

The first three months of 2014 brought to us some excellent music. To review the first quarter, we, Rich and Ben, have provided our favourite 15 albums so far. If you’ve been following us, we say favourite because we’re not experts nor are we qualified critics (is there such a thing?). This list was really tough to determine and we […]

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Mundo Musique – Young Fathers and Ephrata

Mundo Musique – Young Fathers and Ephrata

YOUNG FATHERS For Those Who Like: K-os, Shabazz Palaces, Massive Attack, TV on the Radio Young Fathers is a self-described “psychedelic hip hop band” by Edinburgh, Scotland. I guess that’s one way to describe this young band, whose music combines many genres – hip hop, R&B, rock and pop with heavy percussion and staggered melodies. While melding together so many […]

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