Tag: Inner Outlaws

Weekend Showcase – July 18th Edition

Weekend Showcase – July 18th Edition

We’re changing things here at The Revue with respect to The Weekend Showcase. For starters, it’s been moved to Saturday, if you haven’t noticed. The other big change is that the playlist is the compilation of each week’s The Matinee. If you missed it, The Weekend Showcase will now compile music that is featured on Monday’s Melodic Tonic and The […]

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The Matinee – July 16th Edition

The Matinee – July 16th Edition

Here’s the third edition of The Matinee. We hope you enjoy some new music for your listening pleasure. Check out previous editions in case you missed it. July 14th Edition July 15th Edition Animal Eyes – “Mushroom Hunter” Animal Eyes is a psych/rock/pop outfit out of Portland by way of Alaska and they have a brand new track titled “Mushroom Hunter“. […]

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A quick conversation with….Inner Outlaws

A quick conversation with….Inner Outlaws

We shared a lovely track back in February on our Weekend Showcase from Inner Outlaws titled “Just Like Moonlight”. The Brooklyn based indie band is actually writing, recording and releasing a single every month during the course of 2015. They have a brand new track for April titled “Suzanna” which is an awesome lyrical gem and we also asked them a few questions […]

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Weekend Showcase: February 20th Playlist

Weekend Showcase: February 20th Playlist

Our weekly playlist of some awesome new music from the not so-distant-past. The playlist is at the bottom, but if there’s a track that you want to repeatedly hear, click on the song title. If you like what you hear from an artist, click on their name. “Kissing Booth”, the top-tapping, knee-slapping, rocker from Austin, Texas native, LA-based Vanderocker. The […]

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Inner Outlaws – “Just Like Moonlight”

Inner Outlaws – “Just Like Moonlight”

“Just Like Moonlight” is from Brooklyn indie band, Inner Outlaws. The song is the first in a series of monthly singles that will be written, recorded and released over the course of 2015.  The single is a great psych rock track that could be reminiscent of Pink Floyd if Stevie Nicks would have been an active member. The single is part […]

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