It was Valentine’s week, and we fell in love with several new artists and bands. We also fell head over heels again for some of indie’s greatest artists, who surprised us with the gift of new songs. To hear what we mean, the Weekend Showcase 4.06 edition reviews the week that was in music. The playlist has 55 songs from 14 countries, including: Australia, Canada, Denmark, England, France, Netherlands, New Zealand, Northern Ireland, Norway, Scotland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United States.

The playlist and tracklisting, as usual, follows the list of articles from the past week. The SoundCloud version has all the songs, although some may require a GO account, while the Spotify playlist has 50 songs.

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




Weekend Showcase 4.06 Tracklisting

  • Guards – “DESTROYER” (Brooklyn, USA)
  • EUT – “Bad Sweet Pony” (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
  • Dan Stock – “Baby Valentino” (London, England)
  • The Jacks – “Hello My Friend” (Los Angeles, USA)
  • Bloodboy – “Sex Crime” (Los Angeles, USA)
  • Lauren Ruth Ward – “Blue Collar Sex Kitten” (Los Angeles via Baltimore, USA)
  • La Luz – “Cicada” (Los Angeles & Seattle, USA)
  • The Drums – “Meet Me In Mexico” (New York City, USA)
  • Iceage – “Catch it” (Copenhagen, Denmark)
  • Okkervil River – “Don’t Move Back To LA” (New Hampshire + New York City + Austin, USA)
  • Olden Yolk – “Cut to the Quick” (New York City, USA)
  • Lucy Dacus – “Next of Kin” (Richmond, VA, USA)
  • Iskwé – “The Unforgotten” feat. Tanya Tagaq (Hamilton, ON, via Winnipeg, MB, Canada)
  • Hurst – “Rattle Kids” (Sydney, Australia)
  • Belako – “Maskenfreiheit” (Mungia, Spain)
  • Kira May – “Muscle Memory” (Toronto, Canada)
  • SYKOYA – “Rising Up” (London, England)
  • Penny Mob – “21st Century Kids” (London, England via Glasgow, Scotland)
  • Mamas Gun – “Strangers on a Street” (London, England)
  • Mt. Joy – “Dirty Love” (Los Angeles via Philadelphia, USA)
  • Vundabar – “Tonight I’m Wearing Silk” (Boston, USA)
  • Drang – “Lucky You” (London, England)
  • Ezra Furman – “Maraschino-Red Dress $8.99 at Goodwill” (Portland, USA)
  • Santoros – “Turn Your Back on Me” (Los Angeles, USA)
  • BILK – “Give Up” (Essex, England)
  • STONEFIELD – “Far From Earth” (Macedon Ranges, Victoria, Australia)
  • New Portals – “Inch” (Belfast, Northern Ireland)
  • Gold Casio – “Love vs Logic” (Portland, USA)
  • U.S. Girls – “Rosebud” (Toronto, Canada via Illinois, USA)
  • Great News – “You’re Mine” (Bergen, Norway)
  • Twin Ritual – “Is It Paranoia” (San Diego, USA)
  • Hatchie – “Sure” (Brisbane, Australia)
  • Marsicans – “Wake Up Freya” (Leeds, England)
  • Peach Kelli Pop – “Crooked & Crazy” (Los Angeles, USA via Ottawa, Canada)
  • DENNY – “Something Furious” (Los Angeles via Minneapolis, USA)
  • GRDNS – “Night Dance” (Bradford, England)

Supporting labels: 4AD, Akira Records, American Laundromat Records, ATO Records, Barely Dressed Records, Bella Union, Better Call Records, Big Help Music, Candelion MusicDouble Double Whammy, Dualtone RecordsEget Selskap, El Segell, Flemish Eye, Flightless Records, Freakout RecordsFrenchkiss RecordsGawk Records, Hardly Art Records, Heavenly Recordings, Howlin’ Banana RecordsInertia Music, Jagjaguwar, Kanine Records, LAB Records, Lil’ Chief Records, Lost In The Manor, Marathon Artists, Matador Records, Milk Records, Mint Records, Mom + Pop Music, Partisan Records, Remote Control Records, Sub Pop, Transgressive RecordsTrouble In Mind Records, Weekday Records

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