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Weekend Showcase 3.05

Weekend Showcase 3.05

Fifty-one (51) songs occupy the Weekend Showcase 3.05 edition. As always, the playlist is a global one with thirteen countries represented. They include: Algeria, Australia, Canada, Colombia, England, Germany, Iceland, Mali, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, and the United States. The playlist and tracklisting, as usual, follows the list of articles from the past week. Enjoy the great music and […]

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Saturday Sampler February 11th

Saturday Sampler February 11th

Saturday Sampler February 11th edition has another delectable serving of new music treats. Lots of these songs will get you up and moving while others will have you contemplating the world today. Anyway, let’s get the feast underway! Body Music – “Just One” (New York City & Boston via Medellín, Colombia) RIYL: Martha Wash, Black Box, disco/house Kick off your weekend […]

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Weekend Showcase October 17th Edition

Weekend Showcase October 17th Edition

Weekend Showcase October 17th Edition is an upbeat, boisterous playlist. Well, it doesn’t quite start off like that, but it does commence with a song that will make you go “wow”. And after you each of the 29 singles, you might find yourself uttering the expression time and time again. Countries represented include Australia, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, England, Ireland, Sweden, […]

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The Matinee October 14

The Matinee October 14

Happy Humpday! We hope you enjoy these five new tracks to help get you through the rest of the week. We have 2 artists from the west coast, one from Austin, TX, one from New Jersey and another from Sweden. Blackbird Peregrine – “Too Young To Die” (Stockholm, Sweden) Blackbird Peregrine is made up of Jassy and Alice who are […]

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Mundo 26 Kids’ List: Favorite Tunes from the Under-12 Crowd

Mundo 26 Kids’ List: Favorite Tunes from the Under-12 Crowd

It was only a matter of time before we decided to have other people do our work We could have asked our spouses, partners, siblings, parents, or friends, but that would have been too easy (although maybe we’ll do a parents’ list). Instead, we thought we should have our children, nieces, and nephews, or our friends’ kids create the list. […]

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