There are only 10 weeks left in 2017, which has been an eventful year (and this might be the understatement of the year). Thankfully, we’ve also been comforted by great new music, and the Weekend Showcase 3.41 edition offers some of the songs that filled our speakers and headphones. Fifty-four songs occupy the mega-playlist. The artists and bands represent 17 countries, which is close to a record. The countries include: Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Costa Rica, Denmark, England, Germany, Netherlands, New Zealand, Northern Ireland, Norway, Scotland, Spain, Sweden, Ukraine, and the United States.

The playlist and tracklisting, as usual, follows the list of articles from the past week. The SoundCloud version has all 54 songs, but some songs require a Go account to hear them in full. For the Spotify version, there are 52 tracks. Those not on Spotify are indicated with an asterisk.

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





  • The Matinee October 17th – ABISHA, Anna Burch, Band of Gold, Desi Valentine, Foreign Air, Pale Grey, Twain, Two Cartoons, Weird Owl
  • The Matinee October 19th – Feist, Miya Folick, The Beths, Fever High, G. Smith, Jess Cornelius, Jinka, Kadija Kamara, Sonnfjord
  • The Matinee October 20th – Artificial Pleasure, Boniface, Coucheron, Donna Missal, Johnny Kills, Las Robertas, lilly among clouds, On The Wane, Woodes
  • Saturday Sampler October 21st – Dutch Party, Gaffa Tape Sandy, Ikebe Shakedown, Rews, Sego, The Slow Readers Club, Thea & The Wild, Thee Conductor, Trudy and the Romance


Weekend Showcase 3.41 Tracklisting

  • Two Cartoons – “Hospitality” (Auckland via Dunedin, New Zealand)
  • Dutch Party – “Now and Later” (Los Angeles, USA)
  • Miya Folick – “Give It To Me” (Los Angeles, USA)
  • Suno Deko – “Feel It More” (Atlanta, USA)
  • The Beths – “Great No One” (Auckland, New Zealand)
  • Fever High – “Good Advice” (feat. Jeff Goldblum) (Brooklyn, USA)
  • PAVVLA – “This is not a Movie (Barcelona, Spain)
  • Johnny Kills – “Not So Bad” (Brighton/London/York, England)
  • Boniface – “Again & Again” (Winnipeg, Canada)
  • MGMT – “Little Dark Age” (Middletown, CT USA)
  • Woodes – “Dots” (Melbourne, Australia)
  • Klangstof – “Everest” (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
  • Sonnfjord – “Lights” (Brussels, Belgium)
  • Twain – “The Sorcerer” (Franklin County, VA, USA)
  • Mt. Doubt – “Mouthwash” (Edinburgh, Scotland)
  • Pale Grey – “Seasons” (Brussels, Belgium)
  • Jinka – “Flesh To White To Black To Flesh” (Berlin, Germany)
  • Billy Raffoul – “Dark Four Door” (Leamington, ON, Canada)
  • Desi Valentine – “My Worst Enemy” (Los Angeles, USA via London, England)
  • ABISHA – “All That” (London, England)
  • Anna Burch – “2 Cool 2 Care” (Detroit, USA)
  • Rews – “Your Tears” (London, England and Belfast, Northern Ireland)
  • Foreign Air – “Lying” (North Carolina & Washington, D.C., USA)
  • Sego – “Sucker / Saint” (Los Angeles via Sego, UT, USA)
  • Isador – “Falling” (New York City, USA)
  • G.Smith – “Painkiller” (Los Angeles, USA)
  • Cut Worms – “Like Going Down Sideways” (Brooklyn, USA)
  • Band of Gold – “I Wanna Dance With You Again” (Oslo, Norway)
  • Weird Owl – “Invisibility Cloak” (Brooklyn, USA)
  • Saints of Valory – “Painkiller” (Austin, USA via Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
  • Jess Cornelius – “Love And Low Self Esteem” (Melbourne, Australia via Wellington, New Zealand)

Supporting labels: Antigen Records, AWAL Recordings, B3SCI Records, Cadence Music, Capitol RecordsColemine Records, Interscope Records, Jagjaguwar, Jansen Records, JauneOrange, Kitsuné, Loma Vista RecordingsMarshall Records, Matador, Mind Of A Genius (MOAG), PIAS, PIAS Germany, Polyvinyl Records, Propeller Recordings, Scottish FictionSixgunlover Records, Sony Music Belgium, Terrible Records, This Recording Company

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