Tag: Birch

Weekend Showcase 4.45

Weekend Showcase 4.45

We are approaching the home stretch of 2018, which means the song-of-the-year candidates are quickly emerging and hints of what is to come for 2019 are offered. The Weekend Showcase 4.45 mega-playlist has both covered. This week’s edition features 46 songs, starring some of the finest and most influence indie artists and bands to emerging newcomers. Twelve (12) countries are represented, […]

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The Matinee ’18 November 13th – Part 1

The Matinee ’18 November 13th – Part 1

It’s Tuesday, which means another doubleheader of new music. The Matinee ’18 November 13th – Part 1 features some blissful and ethereal tunes and some soul-shaking rockers. There’s something for everyone on this mini-playlist. After spinning these seven songs, check out Part 2 over here. angelic milk – “Celebrate” (St. Petersburg, Russia) RIYL: The Raveonettes, Wolf Alice, Black Honey Last […]

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Weekend Showcase 4.35

Weekend Showcase 4.35

Like a rush of blood to the head, the Weekend Showcase 4.35 edition will get the synapses firing. Forty-six (46) songs are featured, ranging from raucous rockers to dance-inspired pop tunes, and emotional ballads to off-the-wall entertainers. Fifteen (15) countries are represented, including: Australia, Austria, Canada, Chile, Denmark, England, Iceland, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Russia, Scotland, Singapore, Sweden, and the […]

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The Matinee ’18 September 3rd

The Matinee ’18 September 3rd

It’s Labor Day in North America, but great music doesn’t take a break. The Matinee ’18 September 3rd features nine songs to either help you enjoy this final holiday of summer or ease into the work week if you live elsewhere. The descriptions are a bit shorter since I’m doing double duty while Wendy is away. Birch – “femme.two” (Brooklyn, […]

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Birch – “Halfway” EP

Birch – “Halfway” EP

New York City has produced some of the most interesting and exciting indie bands for decades. The past five years, in particular, has seen several young acts receive significant notoriety, such as the breathtaking, dark ambiance of The Antlers and the moody (in a good way) DIIV. One of the latest newcomers readying themselves to join these bands is Birch, […]

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