Tag: dream rock

Eliza Shaddad – ‘Future’ (album review)

Eliza Shaddad – ‘Future’ (album review)

Future by Eliza Shaddad Nearly seven years ago, Eliza Shaddad introduced herself to the music world armed with just an acoustic guitar and a set of intimate songs. The woman with the Master’s in Philosophy was heading down the well-worn path traveled by hundreds of thousands before – trying to maneuver her way through the swell of similar, folk-driven singer-songwriters. […]

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The Matinee ’18 October 30th – Part 2

The Matinee ’18 October 30th – Part 2

The Matinee ’18 October 30th – Part 2 features spine-tingling, dreamy, and emotional numbers. Settle in, wrap yourself in a blanket, and be swept away by these six fabulous songs. After hearing these songs, visit Part 1 to listen to six more tunes. Loyal Lobos – “Wrong” (Los Angeles, USA via Bogotá, Colombia) RIYL: Phoebe Bridgers, Rosie Carney, Stella Donnelly […]

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Lala Lala – ‘The Lamb’ (album review)

Lala Lala – ‘The Lamb’ (album review)

“And I swear that I’m immortal / No one can prove it wrong”, Lillie West, the woman behind Lala Lala, sings on the somber “Scary Movie”. Despite the assertion, these lines are not a rebellious proclamation, but rather they reveal her vulnerable mindset in the midst of the turmoil inflicting her and those within her inner circles. They are also […]

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Sam Evian – ‘You, Forever’ (album review)

Sam Evian – ‘You, Forever’ (album review)

“In the end I will run back to you”, Sam Evian lushly expresses on “IDGAF”, the opener to his superb sophomore full-length, You, Forever. These nine words describe both the theme and emotions that fill the album’s eleven songs. In other words, You, Forever is made for summer road trips, as wind-swept, coastal melodies breeze through each track. The journey, […]

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The Matinee ’18 April 26th

The Matinee ’18 April 26th

The Matinee ’18 April 26th features nine gems that will make you want to relive Thursday. From brooding spine-tinglers to moving dream-pop numbers to exhilarating neo-soul to rockers that welcome spring, we’re convinced today’s mini-playlist will impress if not dazzle you. audiobooks – “Gothenburg” (London, England) RIYL: Alice Glass, Zola Jesus, Esther Joy Some bands’ online success doesn’t always translate […]

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The Matinee ’18 March 12th

The Matinee ’18 March 12th

Since today Wendy is representing us at SXSW, three of us – Hollie, Flo, and Ben – are taking over duties on The Matinee ’18 March 12th edition. We’re doing our best to represent our colleague’s diverse musical tastes, including featuring a couple of her favorite artists. TT – “Love Leaks” (Los Angeles, USA) RIYL: Warpaint, London Grammar If you’re […]

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The Matinee August 14th

The Matinee August 14th

The Matinee August 14th has a nice sample of indie rock tracks that span genres including dream pop, amazing instrumental, singer-songwriter fare and moving  electro-synth pop. We hope you find a new favorite song or band. We have artists representing Denmark, the US and the UK today. The Attic Sleepers – “Berlin” (Copenhagen, Denmark) RIYL: Local Natives, Pure X, Cigarettes […]

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Moon Loves Honey – “Should Have Waited” (video premiere)

Moon Loves Honey – “Should Have Waited” (video premiere)

Moon Loves Honey is a talented, dream-rock band from Aarhus, Denmark. Actually, it’s a one-man band and the brainchild of Jeppe Dengsø. For the past few years, Dengsø has been creating feel-good dream-rock with just the right amount of reverb, breathy vocals and floating harmonies to fill any dream-rock lover’s soul. Today, he debuts the video for his stellar single, “Should Have […]

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Saturday Sampler for May 14th

Saturday Sampler for May 14th

I’m running solo on the Saturday Sampler for May 14th, as Hollie is in Atlanta attending the Shaky Knees Music Festival. I’ll do my best to fill the gap and share music that not only is great but memorable, and, therefore, will make you want to follow these upcoming artists. As usual, the ten songs come from across the globe, […]

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The Matinee May 5th

The Matinee May 5th

Another day, another opportunity to share some great new music. The Matinee May 5th edition has a bit of everything – gothic folk, indie rock, garage rock, electro-pop, and post-punk-pop.   Esme Patterson – “No River” (Portland via Denver USA) Six weeks ago when Esme Patterson shared “Feel Right”, the first single from her forthcoming album We Were Wild (June […]

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