Tag: Joel Sarakula

Weekend Showcase 4.21

Weekend Showcase 4.21

On this first weekend of June, we celebrate with 44 songs from across the globe on the Weekend Showcase 4.21. Some familiar names, plenty of hidden gems, and just one radical playlist. The artists and bands come from eight countries, including: Australia, Belgium, England, Germany, Nigeria, Norway, Sweden, and the United States. The playlist and tracklisting, as usual, follows the […]

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Joel Sarakula – “Coney Island Getaway” (video premiere)

Joel Sarakula – “Coney Island Getaway” (video premiere)

Three years ago, retro-soul and R&B artist Joel Sarakula released one of the year’s coolest outputs with Imposter. He followed that impressive album with another thriller from the ’60s and ’70s in Love Club. This time around, however, he infused more disco and psychedelic vibes to create an even groovier and mood-altering soundtrack. One of those songs is “Coney Island […]

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Weekend Showcase 4.07

Weekend Showcase 4.07

Spring is around the corner, and the music is also getting warmer. In addition, the new music just keeps on coming, where we cannot keep up. The Weekend Showcase 4.07 edition, as such, is a little bit longer with 58 songs. It easily could have been 70. Anyway, the mini-playlist features artists  representing 12 countries, including: Australia, Austria, Canada, England, […]

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The Matinee ’18 February 20th

The Matinee ’18 February 20th

Just like the Winter Olympics, The Matinee ’18 February 20th is dominated by Norwegian artists. There is also a heavy dose of UK bands and only one group from the US. You’ll hear rockers, brooding dark-pop, some retro-soul, and stirring cinematic numbers. Black Gold Buffalo – “Start A Fire” & “Magnets” (London, England) RIYL: Poliça, Desperate Journalist, Wolf Alice The […]

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Joel Sarakula’s convincing “Imposter”

Joel Sarakula’s convincing “Imposter”

Not since Foxygen’s Take the Kids Off Broadway has there been a more dazzling, retro-infused album than Joel Sarakula‘s Imposter. Whereas the California put a contemporary spin on the the psychedelia of the ’60s and ’70s, Sarakula – who hails from Sydney, Australia but now calls London home – has primarily focused on modernizing the soul and R&B of the […]

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