Tag: Autumn Tone Records

Gold Star – ‘Uppers & Downers’ (album review)

Gold Star – ‘Uppers & Downers’ (album review)

Marlon Rabenreither is a throwback to the days when songwriting was entrenched as a celebrated art form. The music he crafts under the moniker Gold Star is in a word – timeless. His first two albums, Dark Days and Big Blue, captured the energy and spirit of the late ’60s and ’70s when rock ‘n roll and folk-rock were at […]

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The Matinee ’18 August 16th

The Matinee ’18 August 16th

Several “newcomers” and a handful of indie stars make up The Matinee ’18 August 16th edition. There are rockers, there are some cosmic dreams, and there is some upbeat pop fare. We’re positive you’ll find a new band to love in this mini-playlist. Beverly Kills – “Fourteen” (Gothenburg, Sweden) RIYL: The Joy Formidable, Eagulls, YONAKA There is no shortage of […]

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The Matinee ’18 July 13th

The Matinee ’18 July 13th

The Matinee ’18 July 13th is not spooky nor brooding nor eerie. Instead, it’s quite the opposite – offering ten energetic, infectious, and rip-roaring numbers to end the week on the right note. There’s some surf-rock and indie pop, a bit of classic rock and disco-pop, and you’ll even find a country-rock tune. So saddle up and let today’s musical […]

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The Matinee ’18 June 8th

The Matinee ’18 June 8th

The Matinee ’18 June 8th includes awesome new tracks to get your Friday moving. Artists are representing Australia, Austria, Denmark, Norway, the US and the UK today. We hope you find your new favorite song or band. Check back tomorrow for our Weekend showcase which includes all of our song selections from this week. Gold Star – “Half The Time” […]

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Springtime Carnivore – “Midnight Room”

Springtime Carnivore – “Midnight Room”

Nearly two years ago to the day, Greta Morgan unveiled her solo debut under the moniker Springtime Carnivore. The album cover was simple. It was a black-and-white-photo of Morgan staring slightly upward while seated on the ground. A slight grin is on her innocent, which emitted a sense of innocence and warmth. Of a young woman introducing herself to the […]

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The Matinee September 22nd

The Matinee September 22nd

The Matinee September 22nd extends to ten songs. The list is in reverse alphabetical order. Be sure to read and listen right to the bottom; otherwise, you’ll miss a treat from a singer-songwriter with one of the best baritones on the planet.   Vaudou Game – “Revolution” (Lyon, France & Lomé, Togo) RIYL: Fela Kuti, Konono No. 1, Bombino, James […]

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The Matinee September 1st

The Matinee September 1st

The Matinee September 1st rocks, rolls, and swoons with eight fantastic songs. You will recognize several of the artists and bands on the mini-playlist, but there are, of course, a couple of hidden gems. Enjoy the first day of September with this set of great new music.   Taylor Payne – “The Jungle Talks” (Adelaide/Sunshine Coast, Australia) RIYL: LP, Cloves, […]

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The Matinee May 5th

The Matinee May 5th

Another day, another opportunity to share some great new music. The Matinee May 5th edition has a bit of everything – gothic folk, indie rock, garage rock, electro-pop, and post-punk-pop.   Esme Patterson – “No River” (Portland via Denver USA) Six weeks ago when Esme Patterson shared “Feel Right”, the first single from her forthcoming album We Were Wild (June […]

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The Matinee January 27th Edition

The Matinee January 27th Edition

The Matinee January 27th Edition includes six new tracks to get you through your week. We have 2 artists from the UK, one from Canada and the rest from the US. Our mix includes indie pop rock, punk-garage rock, psych rock and indie rock.   FalseHeads – “Steal And Cheat” (East London, UK) False Heads are from London and we […]

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Mundo Musique: The Dazzling Debut Album by Springtime Carnivore

Mundo Musique: The Dazzling Debut Album by Springtime Carnivore

  Two weeks ago, we took a sneak peek into the first singles of Greta Morgan’s project, Springtime Carnivore, and her self-titled debut album. “Name on the Matchbook” and “Sun Went Black” are 60s- & ’70s-inspired pop and neo-soul songs that are extremely catchy and singable. They are also clever yet fun, and their sound recalled the positive energy and buzz of Fitz and the Tantrums’ surprising in […]

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