Weekend Showcase 2.35 has a bit of everything from everywhere. Maybe you want some blistering indie rock or enjoy old school country? Is euphoric indie pop or shimmering world music and electronica your thing? Soul-crushing ballads and moving indie folk are what you fancy? Possibly you want to get moving to some spatial shoegaze, classic blues-rock and funk, and hip-shaking synth-pop? Or maybe you prefer dark post-punk to rattle the cobwebs from the work week? Find all of these genres and more on this awesome playlist.

Forty-eight (48) song occupy the Weekend Showcase 2.35 edition. There are also a WS high of 18 countries represented. The usual countries are on it – featuring artists based in and/or originally from 18 countries, including: Australia, Canada, England, Norway, Sweden, and the United States. Some nations have been represented on several occasions – Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Netherlands, and New Zealand. There are, however, a few that will pique your interest, such as Belarus, Greece, Italy, Mexico, Singapore, and South Africa. So we have truly scoured the globe for great new music.

The playlist and tracklisting, as usual, follows the list of articles from the past week. Enjoy the great music and discover music’s hidden gems.




  • The Matinee September 6th – The Bad Years, Bloodhounds On My Trail, Courtney Marie Andrews, Goon, Ritual Howls, Rosemary Fairweather, Slowcoaches, Wild Meadows
  • The Matinee September 8th – Alizyan and The Drives, Cactus?, The Flight, Ine Hoem, Leron Thomas, Melted Mirror, Mononoke, Preoccupations, PUMAROSA
  • The Matinee September 9th – Bad Family, Golden Bear, The Marcus King Band, Oldermost, Slow Down Molasses, Streets of Laredo
  • Saturday Sampler September 10th – Ainslie Willis, Bloodboy, Cheshires, Eric Krasno, Favela Ninjas, Icarus, Maddie Ross, Pip Blom, Secret School, Tiny Dinosaurs

Weekend Showcase 2.35 Tracklisting

  • Bloodboy – “Keep Your Disease” (Los Angeles, USA)
  • Preoccupations – “Memory” (feat. Dan Boeckner) (Calgary, Canada)
  • Ine Hoem – “Moonbird” (Oslo, Norway)
  • Agnes Obel – “Golden Green” (Berlin, Germany via Copenhagen, Denmark)
  • Icarus – “I Can’t Hide” (Athens, Greece)
  • Oldermost – “Finally Unsure” (Philadelphia, USA)
  • PUMAROSA – “Honey” (London, England)
  • Tiny Dinosaurs – “Shut Out The Light” feat. Peter Silberman of The Antlers (Los Angeles, USA via Cannes, France)
  • Linying – “Paris 12” (Singapore)
  • Slowcoaches – “Norms & Values” (London / Leeds / Nottingham, England)
  • Goon – “Green Peppers” (Los Angeles, USA)
  • Bad Family – “I’m A Drunk” (Brighton, England)
  • Favela Ninjas – “Kameha Monday” (Pretoria, South Africa)
  • The Flight – “My Love” (feat. Kami Thompson) (London, England)
  • André Tajchman – “Outbreath” (London, England via Brussels, Belgium)
  • The Bad Years – “In The House (High All Day)” (Los Angeles, USA)
  • Socks – “Forevermore” (Modesto, CA, USA)
  • GIMI – “In Case We Die” (London, England via Copenhagen Denmark)
  • Golden Bear – “Let My Love Come Down” (Austin, USA)
  • Eric Krasno – “Waiting on Your Love” (New York City, USA)
  • Leron Thomas – “Karate Champ” (New York City via Houston, USA)
  • Mononoke – “Graceland” (London via Liverpool, England)
  • Pip Blom – “Taxi Driver” (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
  • Maddie Ross – “Cruel Is The Love” (Los Angeles, USA)
  • Cheshires – “Wish Something Would Happen” (Los Angeles, USA)
  • Cactus? – “I don’t think it’s good for you to stop smoking” (Vicenza, Italy)
  • WOOF. – “Honeybee” (Montclair, NJ, USA)
  • Teeth & Tongue – “Turn, Turn, Turn” (Melbourne, Australia via Ngāruawāhia, New Zealand)
  • Ofelia K – “Another World” (Los Angeles, USA)

Supporting labels: AntiphonicsBurger Records, C-Side Records, Captured TracksDine Alone Records, Fantasy Records, Feel Music Group, Felte, Fiction RecordsHarvest RecordsHush Hush Records, JagjaguwarMama Bird Recording Co., Noyes Records, PIAS Records, Polyvinyl Records, Remote Control Records / Dot DashSouth by Sea MusicSpunk! Records, Starbox Music Group, Treeline Recordings, Trellis Records


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