Tag: Akira Records

The Matinee ’18 November 20th – Part 2

The Matinee ’18 November 20th – Part 2

Just like Part 1 (click here), The Matinee ’18 November 20th – Part 2 spans the globe for new music. Many of the songs are politically or socially charged numbers, although you might need to listen closely to hear the message. Despite just six songs on this mini-playlist, the variety is vast. Pastis – “Valour Valour” (Helsinki, Finland) RIYL: Elton […]

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The Matinee ’18 October 15th – Part 2

The Matinee ’18 October 15th – Part 2

The Matinee ’18 October 15th – Part 2 edition also features a diverse selection of new music. Five of the six artists/bands have been featured before while one newcomer will undoubtedly be a fixture on our daily mini-playlists. Get ready to dance, sing at the top of your lungs, and even cry as you spin these tunes. Afterwards, be sure […]

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The Matinee ’18 May 22nd

The Matinee ’18 May 22nd

From stunning numbers that will leave you vulnerable to rambunctious numbers that will leave you celebrating who you are, The Matinee ’18 May 22nd is filled with nine great songs. The mini-playlist kicks off with some haze from one of the coolest, little bands in the world. Baywaves – “I’m Tryna” (Madrid, Spain) RIYL: Tame Impala, Masasolo, Pond The Spanish […]

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The Matinee ’18 March 23rd

The Matinee ’18 March 23rd

The Matinee ’18 March 23rd edition features some blistering, explosive songs and a few smooth, cool tracks. Let it be your soundtrack to the last day of the work week and the entry into a fantastic weekend. The Cavemen – “Janey” (Auckland, New Zealand) RIYL: The Stooges, Dead Kennedys, Buzzcocks If you ever get the chance to see New Zealand […]

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The Matinee November 22nd

The Matinee November 22nd

The Matinee November 22nd offers nine new music singles whose sole aim is to disarm you. There are songs for rockers. Tracks for those who wish to daydream. And there are tunes that will leave you breathless. Once again, the artists come from different parts of the globe, although there is a noticeable English presence.   Cuesta Loeb – “Charlotte […]

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Haux – “All We’ve Known” EP

Haux – “All We’ve Known” EP

Early in 2015, a little-known act called Haux quietly made waves on the indie scene. More accurately, Woodson Black, the man behind Haux, re-emerged as a new entity, moving away from the indie-folk of his debut EP, The Bluest Sage, to a glacial dream-folk/dream-pop sound. Although there are similarities to Bon Iver, Haux has transformed the genre on his beautiful […]

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Hilang Child – “Endless String”

Hilang Child – “Endless String”

  The music industry is littered with remarkable voices. However, there are only a handful of people that be anointed as having truly angelic or mesmerizing voices. Neko Case and Jim James come immediately to mind. Ed Riman, too, will soon be mentioned in the same breath as these two living legends. Under the moniker Hilang Child, the London-based Riman has […]

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