The Weekend Showcase November 21 Edition features more dazzling new music, tracks you would have heard during this past week. Some of the songs completely overwhelmed us emotionally, especially after the events of the past two weeks – from Paris to Beirut to Baghdad to Yola, Nigeria and elsewhere. Music, though, is one of the great cures as it calms the nerves and for a moment in time we can escape reality. We hope you enjoy this week’s playlist, which is filled with 29 new singles from artists in Australia, Canada, France, the United Kingdom, and the USA.
If this is your first time visiting The Weekend Showcase, you can click on the links below to find out which songs were featured on which daily episode from earlier in the week. There you can find more information about the bands/artists:
- Melodic Tonic, vol. 25 (The Besnard Lakes, Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch, Lanterns on the Lake, Maszer, Your Friend)
- The Matinee November 17 (The Goldhearts, LP, The She’s Sonya Kitchell, Sun Machine, Wyldest)
- The Matinee November 18 (Apollos, Avers, Carvell, The Electric Sons ft. Scavenger Hunt, KAPTAN, YesYou)
- The Matinee November 19 (Belle Mare, Brian Carroll, Darkbird, POLIÇA, Richard Walters, VIOLENT MAE)
- The Matinee November 20 (DTCV, The French Pop Dream, Her Magic Wand, L’Impératrice, The Living Gods of Haiti, You Are Number Six)
The tracklisting follows the SoundCloud audio playlist. Each song has been color-coded according to the associated daily article (Melodic Tonic or The Matinee) they were featured. For further guidance, click on the song title to be taken to the original feature feature, where you can get more information on the band. Click on the band’s name to be taken to one of their social media accounts, most likely Facebook.
Weekend Showcase November 21 Edition Tracklisting
- Wyldest – “Dark Matter” (North London, UK)
Supporting labels include: The A&R Department, Bella Union, Domino Records, Empty Cellar Records, Fat Cat Records, Jagjaguwar, Rockwood Music Hall Recordings, Talking Shop Records, Thirty Tigers, and Vagrant Records.
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