Tag: Electro-Folk

The Matinee June 20th

The Matinee June 20th

We have some delightful new music on The Matinee June 20th edition. We range across eras and genres and visit a few countries to put today’s list together. Some of the songs are perfect summer tunes while others may remind you of autumn. Sit back, relax, and enjoy today’s sonic selection. Crepes – “Sexyland” (Melbourne, Australia) RIYL: Dick Diver, Ariel […]

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The Matinee February 23rd

The Matinee February 23rd

Another day and another mini-playlist, and The Matinee February 23rd edition features nine stirring singles. We expand the countries covered today because, well, why not?   Aadae – “River Of Tears” (London, England) RIYL: Erykah Badu, D’Angelo, Mary J. Blige To kick off today’s mini-playlist is a young artist who personifies what music ought to be and what we strive […]

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TAMMY – “Away For The Weekend” (Ester Remix) (single premiere)

TAMMY – “Away For The Weekend” (Ester Remix) (single premiere)

It’s always a curious exercise to hear a song that is near perfection be remixed. The experiment usually ends in a product that falls short. Today, though, is not one of those days. Late in 2016, indie-folk newcomers TAMMY released the sensational and sensual “Away For The Weekend”. The song was Nick Cave set to minimalist arrangements – dark and […]

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The Matinee April 27th

The Matinee April 27th

The Matinee April 27th includes six new tracks on this fine Wednesday. We have six new tracks ranging from indie rock to shoegazey dream pop to straight up pop and electro pop/indie.   Home Clouds – “Out of Mind” (Winchester/London, England) Home Clouds are producing stellar shoegazey dream pop, the kind where you just want to hit repeat. “Out of […]

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Your Friend – “Gumption”

Your Friend – “Gumption”

From the very first to the very last note of Taryn Miller’s new album under the moniker Your Friend, a loneliness resonates throughout the record’s eight songs. It’s the call of a lost soul waiting to be (re)discovered and freed from its predicament. Whether that is misery, pain, suffering, isolation, or sadness, it is unknown but there is undeniable feeling […]

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Marika Hackman – “We Slept At Last”

Marika Hackman – “We Slept At Last”

Marika Hackman’s debut full length, We Slept At Last, is beautiful and haunting and, on first listen, a subtle folk rock album. When looking for an artist to compare Hackman, Laura Marling will come to mind, which is fitting since they are reportedly friends, but you also can hear the same lush dynamics that made Luluc’s phenomenal 2014 album, Passerby, so […]

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