Lists, The Revue, Weekend Showcase — November 3, 2018 at 5:00 am

Weekend Showcase 4.43

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We dedicate the Weekend Showcase 4.43 edition to Zac Denton of The Ocean Party. On Wednesday, the 24-year old unexpectedly passed away. For those who do not know who Denton or The Ocean Party are, they are one of Melbourne’s most outstanding indie bands with a sound reminiscent of Silver Jews and Spiritualized. They are also one of Australia’s most prolific groups with six (soon to be seven) albums and three EPs to their name in less than six years. Denton was the band’s drummer and one of its principal songwriters, and his passing is a loss to not just to those Down Under but for everyone who loves great music. You can read more about what happened on The Ocean Party’s Facebook page.

Forty-six songs make up today’s mega-playlist. Thirteen countries are represented, including: Australia, Belgium, Canada, Colombia, England, France, Iceland, Netherlands, Norway, Scotland, Sweden, the United States, and Wales.

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 44 songs.

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

Albums:

Singles:

  • The Matinee ’18 November 2nd – Amanda Tenfjord, Desert Liminal, Ghostly Kisses, Hollow Hand, James Supercave, Mating Ritual, Parliamo, Talkboy, Una Stef

Weekend Showcase 4.43 Tracklisting

  • Miya Folick – “Premonitions” (Los Angeles, USA)
  • Young Fathers – “Border Girl” (single edit) (Edinburgh, Scotland)
  • Moonface – “Minotaur Forgiving Knossos” (Vancouver Island, Canada)
  • Heart Bones – “This Time It’s Different” (Minneapolis and Austin, USA)
  • Penelope Trappes – “Connector” (London, England via Northern Rivers, Australia)
  • Cathedrals – “Just a Game” (San Francisco, USA)
  • bdrmm – “C:U” (Hull, England)
  • Bizou – “Superstition” (Los Angeles, USA)
  • Niki Black – “Not Coming Up” (Los Angeles, USA)
  • Holy Golden – “Seven Of Diamonds” (Brooklyn, USA)
  • Melby – “Overthinking” (Stockholm, Sweden)
  • Oxen – “Postpone” (Stockholm, Sweden)
  • Parliamo – “Sweet” (Perth, Scotland)
  • Bryde – “On the Subject of Breathing” (London, England via Milford Haven, Wales)
  • BLOXX – “Monday” (London, England)
  • Jon Samuel – “Dead Melodies” (Halifax, Canada)
  • Talkboy – “Over & Under” (Leeds, England)
  • Jo Marches – “Move” (Utrecht, Netherlands)
  • Timber – “Shuttlecock” (Birmingham, USA)
  • COTE – “Meet Me In The Morning” (Brooklyn, USA)
  • Cass McCombs – “Sleeping Volcanoes” (Concord, CA, USA)
  • pizzagirl – “body part” (Liverpool, England)
  • Loyal Lobos – “Wrong” (Los Angeles, USA via Bogotá, Colombia)
  • Balthazar – “Fever” (Kortrijk and Ghent, Belgium)
  • Una Stef – “Rock & Roll Dancer” (Reykjavik, Iceland)
  • AMETHYSTS – “How It Is” (London, England)
  • Young Fathers – “Border Girl” (single edit) and “Cocoa Sugar” (Edinburgh, Scotland)
  • pronoun – “you didn’t even make the bed” (Brooklyn, USA)
  • Big Joanie – “Fall Asleep” (London, England)
  • Lightfoils – “This Time Is Up” (Chicago, USA)
  • Heaters – “Highwind” (Grand Rapids, MI, USA)
  • Azure Ray – “Hold On Love” (Omaha / Athens / Birmingham, USA)

Supporting labels: Alt.Waves RecordsANTI RecordsBeatnik Creative, Beyond Beyond is Beyond Records, By The Time It Gets Dark, Cargo RecordsCornelius Chapel Records, Domino Records, Emotional Response, Flower Moon Records, Heist or Hit, Hidden Pony Records, Houndstooth, Howlin’ Banana Records, Interscope Records, Jagjaguwar, Manimal Vinyl, Modern OutsiderNinja Tune, PIAS RecordingsPolyvinyl Records, Propeller Recordings, Rama Lama Records, Rhyme & Reason Records, Spunk Records, Wallflower Records

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