Tag: Hibou

Weekend Showcase 4.03

Weekend Showcase 4.03

January is almost over, which means not only is warmer weather coming but the music is starting to heat up. The Weekend Showcase 4.03 edition has a number of these sizzlers, specifically featuring 57 songs from 13 countries, including: Australia, Canada, Denmark, England, Finland, Germany, Greece, New Zealand, Norway, Scotland, South Africa, Sweden, and the United States. The playlist and tracklisting, […]

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Melodic Tonic ’18 January 24th

Melodic Tonic ’18 January 24th

The sonic cocktails on the Melodic Tonic ’18 January 24th edition are a diverse offering. From blues and funk to electronic dream pop and psych rock, these six songs bring you a rollercoaster ride’s worth of emotions. Let’s kick things off with a powerful blues collaboration from two American legends.   Ben Harper & Charlie Musselwhite – “No Mercy in […]

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Rendition – Five Remixes for November 6

Rendition – Five Remixes for November 6

This week, we have five remixes on Rendition. As usual, we’re not always looking for the tracks that could ignite pyrotechnics but rather new takes on songs that move us in many ways. These five fit the bill in our opinion.     Big Freedia – “Excuse” (Hibou Remix) Seattle’s Hibou, the project fronted by Peter Michel, has been known […]

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Weekend Showcase – June 5th Edition

Weekend Showcase – June 5th Edition

Let’s get the weekend started off on the right foot with some great new music from around the world. There are twenty singles on The Weekend Showcase, representing Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the US, Scotland, England, Sweden, Austria, and Israel. It’s a bit more melodic this time around, but still a stellar playlist if we say so ourselves. Some quick instructions […]

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Hibou – “Dissolve”

Hibou – “Dissolve”

  Two years ago, Peter Michel – who goes by the moniker Hibou – released an EP, Dunes, and several singles, including the split 7″ “Glow / Hollow”. With a lo-fi, shoegaze approach a la Avi Buffalo, the then 18-year old became an underground favorite. Since then, he’s signed with super indie label Barsuk, who is working with Michel on his debut album. […]

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