Tag: Choral Pop

The Matinee May 31st

The Matinee May 31st

The Matinee May 31st is another extended one, featuring 9 new songs because two of them are inseparable. From New Zealand to Denmark, Australia to France, England to the USA, we have some pretty great new songs to start your day.   Captain Casanova – “Futures” (Aarhus, Denmark) RIYL: Nirvana, Dinosaur, Jr., Pavement Anyone looking for the next great alt-rock […]

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Albert Man – “Cheap Suit”

Albert Man – “Cheap Suit”

What comes first, the music or the words? It is one of those “chicken-and-egg” questions, but Albert Man knows his answer: “Lyrics are so important to me. I always have a theme I want to write about first and try to get a title. I then write the lyrics before I start adding any music or melody. I will re-write […]

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Artiste 5: Music & Greasy Spoons from the lovable Ephrata

Artiste 5: Music & Greasy Spoons from the lovable Ephrata

I am unabashedly a fan of Seattle’s choral-pop quartet, Ephrata. Their music stirs every bone in the body and makes the mind wander to distant places. It is euphoric. It is stunning. It is fun. It is what music should be. As they prepare to release their second EP this spring (possibly as early as next month), they provided two […]

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Weekend Showcase: the February 6th Playlist

Weekend Showcase: the February 6th Playlist

Here’s the Weekend Showcase – our weekly playlist of some really cool tracks of the not-so-distant past. The playlist is below along with the individual tracks. Happy listening! “Where Have You Gone” is the new track from one of our favourite little bands, Ephrata. The Seattle-based band makes some of the most anthemic, choral-pop on the planet. You can listen […]

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