Tag: indie synth-rock

The Matinee ’18 November 30th

The Matinee ’18 November 30th

The Matinee ’18 November 30th is an “ooh and aah” edition, featuring songs that will get your rocking and dancing and some that will you leave you spellbound. A few tracks, too, will take you back in time – or for us back to our youth (which is a long time ago). Arlo Parks – “Cola” (London, England) RIYL: Neneh […]

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Melodic Tonic ’17, July 26th

Melodic Tonic ’17, July 26th

The five songs on this week’s Melodic Tonic range from gentle indie folk to rollicking synth rock. Featuring artists from Australia, Denmark, Ireland, South Africa, and the US, this mini playlist offers great new music from across the globe. Today we start with one of our favorite bands from the Pacific Northwest.   Planes on Paper – “Television” (Yakima, Washington […]

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Melodic Tonic ’16, vol. 23

Melodic Tonic ’16, vol. 23

Welcome to your Monday serving of new music cocktails, where this week’s focus is on powerful female vocalists. Four of the six singles feature talented women whose voices will knock your socks off, if you’re wearing any. So sit back and brace yourself for the intensity that’s coming your way. Let’s get started with a particularly amped-up single that will energize […]

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Andrew Judah – “Running Home”

Andrew Judah – “Running Home”

Location: Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada Members: Andrew Judah is joined by Zac Gauthier and Jonathan Tromsness. For those who like: Arcade Fire, Rick Springfield Our take: You read that correctly. “Running Home” by Kelowna, British Columbia native Andrew Judah has a familiarity to Rick Springfield. Not necessarily Springfield’s most popular numbers, but some of his deep cuts. The track also echoes of Neon Bible-era Arcade Fire. […]

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