Unintentionally, the music featured from the past week had two characteristics – songs that either were motivated by current events and those made for road trips. Fortunately, the two went hand-in-hand, resulting in a fantastic Weekend Showcase 3.16 edition. This is one playlist to hear from start to finish.

The mega-playlist includes 54 songs by artists and band representing 15 countries. They include: Australia, Canada, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, New Zealand, Norway, Scotland, Sweden, the United States, and Wales.

The playlist and tracklisting, as usual, follows the list of articles from the past week. Oh, check out the bevy of photo essays, too, featuring over fifty artists and bands.

Enjoy the great music and discover music’s hidden gems.




  • The Matinee April 25th – Antonioni, Atlas Wynd, Automatic Fiction, Glass Vaults, Essx Station, Mogli, The Oyster Murders, Pelorus, Red Rosamond
  • The Matinee April 27th – Elida Høgalmen, Groves, Hazel English, High Tropics, Houses of Heaven, Kane Strang, Tangerines, Tash Sultana, Umm
  • The Matinee April 28th – Algiers, Black Fly, The Japanese House, Jordan Mackampa, Kidsmoke, Monogem, Shakey Graves, ShitKid, Trevor Sensor
  • Saturday Sampler April 29th – Annabel Allum, First Hate, Healyum, Phenomenal Creature, Phoenix, Portugal. The Man, Principe Valiente, Sløtface, Wind Mile


Weekend Showcase 3.16 Tracklisting

  • Algiers – “The Underside of Power” (Atlanta, USA)
  • Black Fly – “Sign 2” (Richmond, Vermont, USA)
  • Healyum – “Lies” (Bedfordshire, England)
  • Tash Sultana – “Murder to the Mind” (Melbourne, Australia)
  • Sneakout – “Lips and Eyes” (Los Angeles, USA)
  • First Hate – “The One” (Copenhagen, Denmark)
  • Pelorus – “Alive” (Bristol, England via Wellington, New Zealand)
  • Hazel English – “Love Is Dead” (Oakland, USA via Sydney/Melbourne, Australia)
  • Wind Mile – “Cathedral” (Lille, France)
  • Antonioni – “Love Is A Landmark” (Seattle, USA)
  • SLØTFACE – “Magazine” (Stavanger, Norway)
  • Jordan Mackampa – “Battlecry” (Coventry, England via Democratic Republic of the Congo)
  • Palm – “Walkie Talkie” (Philadelphia, USA)
  • Red Rosamond – “Don’t Let Our Love Go Cold” (Los Angeles, USA)
  • Anteros – “Cherry Drop” (London, England)
  • Atlas Wynd – “Mona Lisa” (Brighton, England)
  • Kane Strang – “My Smile Is Extinct” (Dunedin, New Zealand)
  • Kidsmoke – “And Mine Alone” (Wrexham, North Wales)
  • Groves – “Savour” (London via Manchester, England)
  • ShitKid – “Alright” (Gothenburg, Sweden)
  • Monogem – “100%” (Los Angeles, USA)
  • Glass Vaults – “Bleached Blonde” (Wellington, New Zealand)
  • Phoenix – “J-Boy” (Paris, France)
  • Geowulf – “Won’t Look Back” (London via Australia)
  • Umm – “Black Summer” (Los Angeles, USA)
  • High Tropics – “15 Years” (Sunshine Coast, Australia)
  • Bad Mannequins – “Buzz Killer Skinny Gene” (Glasgow, Scotland)
  • Twist Helix – “Pulse” (Alicante, Spain and Newcastle upon Tyne, England)
  • Mogli – “Road Holes” (Berlin, Germany)
  • Orchards – “Darling” (Brighton, England)

Supporting labels: 37 AdventuresAF Music, Atlantic Records, Carpark Records, Dirty Hit, Den Tapes, Diamond Club, Different Recordings, Distiller Records, Dualtone Music Group, Escho Records, FelteGlassnote Music, Golden Robot Records, House of Love Records, Infinity Cat Recordings, Jagjaguwar, Kill Rock Stars, Majestic LitterManic Depression Records, Marathon Artists, Matador Records, Melodic Records, Partisan Records, PNKSLM Recordings, Polyvinyl Records, Propeller Recordings, RIP Records, Roll Call Records, Samedi Records, Smooth Jaws, WOODSIST.

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