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Weekend Showcase 4.49

Weekend Showcase 4.49

The Weekend Showcase 4.49 edition is the final one for 2018. As always, the mega-playlist is a global affair, featuring 45 songs from artists and bands in 10 countries. They include: Australia, Canada, England, Germany, India, Italy, New Zealand, Russia, Spain, and the United States. The playlist and tracklisting, as usual, follows the list of articles from the past week. […]

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Melodic Tonic ’18 December 12th

Melodic Tonic ’18 December 12th

The Melodic Tonic ’18 December 12th edition shines the spotlight on storytelling guitarists. From the indie folk-comedy stylings of Flight of the Conchords to dazzling indie psych-rock and dream-pop, today’s playlist offers plenty of lyrical and musical richness. Flight of the Conchords – “Father and Son” (Live in London) (Wellington, New Zealand) RIYL: Flight of the Conchords What better way […]

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Weekend Showcase 4.43

Weekend Showcase 4.43

We dedicate the Weekend Showcase 4.43 edition to Zac Denton of The Ocean Party. On Wednesday, the 24-year old unexpectedly passed away. For those who do not know who Denton or The Ocean Party are, they are one of Melbourne’s most outstanding indie bands with a sound reminiscent of Silver Jews and Spiritualized. They are also one of Australia’s most […]

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Melodic Tonic ’18 October 31st

Melodic Tonic ’18 October 31st

The Halloween edition of the Melodic Tonic is full of tasty treats instead of tricks. These six tunes are the mellow soundtrack to help you relax after whatever ghoulish events are on your calendar. We begin with the arrival of an indie artist who feels like an old friend. Pedro the Lion – “Yellow Bike” (Seattle via Phoenix, USA) Phoenix […]

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A Guide to the 2017 Hopscotch Festival

A Guide to the 2017 Hopscotch Festival

This year’s Hopscotch festival kicks off on Thursday in Raleigh, North Carolina, and it brings one of the year’s best lineups to the table.  There are tons of great artists and bands from around the country, representing the Brooklyn DIY scene, Philly punk scene, and even a headlining show from Solange Knowles. While the big headlining shows by Solange, Big […]

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