Tag: Be Calm Honcho

Weekend Showcase 2.29

Weekend Showcase 2.29

The last day of July has already arrived, which means summer is nearly halfway finished. Instead of bemoaning the fact that the long days of work and school are upon us, we celebrate with another great playlist of new music from the past week. Specifically, the Weekend Showcase 2.29 edition has 41 songs by artists originally from or residing in […]

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The Matinee July 27th

The Matinee July 27th

The Matinee July 27th has six new tracks to get you moving through the rest of the week. The playlist contains a mix of indie rock, electro pop, synth pop and shoegaze. We have the US, Australia and Ireland represented today. We hope you find your new favorite song or band. Be Calm Honcho – “Kid Go Hard” (San Francisco, […]

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Mundo 35 – RevueFest – The Curation of Our Make-Believe Festival

Mundo 35 – RevueFest – The Curation of Our Make-Believe Festival

There have already been quite a few festival line up announcements for this year already, including Bonnaroo, Boston Calling, Coachella, Governor’s Ball, Hangout Festival, New Orleans Jazzfest, and Shaky Knees, and Sasquatch will be coming out in February. The almost complete list for SXSW is out as well, too. If we could curate our own festival, there would no likely not be any massive hype […]

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One Year of Mundo Musique: Hidden Gems from 10 Other “Favourite Discoveries”

One Year of Mundo Musique: Hidden Gems from 10 Other “Favourite Discoveries”

Over the past two weeks, we’ve dedicated this space to some of our favourite discoveries – musicians and bands that we have discovered over the past year since Mundo Musique’s inception in September 2013. Our first feature included the likes of Bear Mountain, Birdie Busch, Ceiling Demons, Chris Ayler, Christopher Wild, DOE EYE, Dream Boat, The Fifty Men, Julie Byrne, […]

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Mundo Musique: Be Calm Honcho

Mundo Musique: Be Calm Honcho

With the explosion in indie music and DIY artists, having an eye-popping (and sometimes perplexing and nonsensical) name is almost as important as having outstanding music. And in many cases, the two go hand-in-hand, where the music matches the creativity behind the name. One such band that hits the mark is Be Calm Honcho, the four-piece, indie outfit from San […]

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