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The Mega, Mega Playlist of 2018

The Mega, Mega Playlist of 2018

Like the ball drop at Times Squares in New York City, the fireworks igniting from the Sydney Harbour Bridge, and the annual rite of hundreds of million of people making resolutions they cannot keep, we once again share some of our favorite songs from the past 365 days. The Mega, Mega Playlist of 2018 is another doozy. Specifically, it features […]

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Weekend Showcase 4.44

Weekend Showcase 4.44

As summer approaches in the Southern Hemisphere, the music is getting hotter and the Weekend Showcase 4.44 edition has plenty from Down Under. There are, of course, several other countries represented by the 47 songs that occupy this week’s mega playlist. They are overall: Australia, Canada, England, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Netherlands, Scotland, Sweden, the United States, and Wales. The […]

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The Matinee ’18 November 9th

The Matinee ’18 November 9th

Like yesterday, The Matinee ’18 November 9th edition has a strong overseas presence with more than half the songs coming from Australian artists and bands. This is just evidence of how the music scene Down Under is flourishing. The mini-playlist also includes a duo of young teenagers, a super-duo, one of the UK’s best young bands, and one of the […]

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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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The Matinee ’18 November 1st

The Matinee ’18 November 1st

The Matinee ’18 November 1st is filled with new music from long-time and more recent favorites, including two of our favorite discoveries of the year. There are some robust rockers, haunting and breathtaking ballads, and some groovy and even quirky numbers. We kick things off, however, with a surprise double feature from one of Scotland’s most outstanding bands. Young Fathers […]

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