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The Matinee ’18 October 22nd

The Matinee ’18 October 22nd

The Matinee ’18 October 22nd is ready to get your Monday kicked off right. We have a nice mix of upbeat indie rock, psych rock and a bit of singer/songwriter fare. We hope you find your new favorite single or band today. Artists are representing Canada, the US and the UK today. COIN – “Simple Romance” (Nashville, USA) RIYL: Passion […]

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The Matinee ’18 June 26th

The Matinee ’18 June 26th

Darkness, brightness, and dreaminess overcome The Matinee ’18 June 26th edition. You’ll understand what this means when spinning the mini-playlist, which is book-ended by two of our favorite artists. Emma Ruth Rundle – “Fever Dreams” (Los Angeles, USA) RIYL: P.J. Harvey, Chelsea Wolfe, Marriages Emma Ruth Rundle, whose was Marked for Death was one of our 50 Favorite Albums of […]

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The Matinee October 9th

The Matinee October 9th

The Matinee October 9th includes six new tracks for your listening pleasure. We have a bit of an R&B groove going on with some of these tracks and hope that they uplift your mood. Biyo – “Fantasies” (Nashville, USA) RIYL: BASECAMP, Matt Woods, RKCB  Biyo is a Nashville based production duo who are perfecting R&B infused electronic music which is […]

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Saturday Sampler May 13th

Saturday Sampler May 13th

The Saturday Sampler May 13th edition is strongly European for a change, with only two American bands represented. Take these nine new songs for a spin, then check back tomorrow when our Weekend Showcase will include all the music we have shared since Monday.   BAIO – “PHILOSOPHY!” (London, England via New York City) RIYL: Phoenix, Spoon, Todd Terje Vampire Weekend bassist Chris […]

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The Matinee December 3

The Matinee December 3

The Matinee December 3 edition spans multiple genres. You’ll find a sultry and soulful electronic single. Terrific storytelling is told through the media of alt-folk and Western-folk. A genre dubbed “underwater pop” might leave you breathless. Industrial-style indie-rock, meanwhile, may blow your mind. Or you might be tantalized by the retro jangle-pop of a previously featured band. All this on […]

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