Tag: Manimal Vinyl

Ghostly Kisses – ‘The City Holds My Heart’ (EP review)

Ghostly Kisses – ‘The City Holds My Heart’ (EP review)

 What if classically trained violinist Margaux Sauvé opted to continue to pursue a career in classical music? Could she have performed with l’Orchestre symphonique de Montréal or possibly the New York Philharmonic? We may never know the answer because the Quebec City native chose a different path that steered her to the contemporary and the future. She chose to […]

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The Matinee ’18 November 2nd

The Matinee ’18 November 2nd

The Matinee ’18 November 2nd features everything from the classic to the contemporary, from the familiar to the inventive. The mini-playlist gets kicked off with a rising pop star. Amanda Tenfjord – “Let Me Think” (Trondheim, Norway) RIYL: Adele, Dagny, Sigrid, Lorde Earlier this year we discovered a future pop star in the making. It only took a few seconds […]

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The Matinee ’18 July 5th

The Matinee ’18 July 5th

The Matinee ’18 July 5th edition is a global affair. Several countries are represented, and there is a wide-range of genres, too. Be prepared to be dazzled as well as to dance and rock out. Boniface – “Dear Megan” (Winnipeg, Canada) RIYL: Postal Service, The 1975, CHVRCHES While artists with lesser talent play to sold-out shows, Micah Visser continues to […]

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The Matinee ’18 May 15th – World Edition

The Matinee ’18 May 15th – World Edition

The Matinee ’18 May 15th – World Edition features a six-pack of incredibly gifted artists and bands who are starting to make big waves. As such, get to know them quickly before they start filling out festival lineups and become international sensations.   Dan Sultan – “Killer” (Feat. Camp Cope) (Melbourne, Australia) RIYL: Paul Kelly, Dawes, Ryan Adams Dan Sultan […]

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The Matinee August 23rd

The Matinee August 23rd

As you start day two of the work week and the second-to-last week of summer, The Matinee August 23rd will provide the shot of adrenaline you need. From electronic to art-pop to indie-rock to industrial, there is a little bit of everything.   Chasms – “Black Ice” (San Francisco, USA) RIYL: Savages, Jenny Hval Very few bands have names that […]

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Death Valley Girls – “Summertime”

Death Valley Girls – “Summertime”

  A band must be doing something right when it’s been signed by Burger Records early in their careers. Such was the case for Los Angeles-based Death Valley Girls, who in the Burger tradition, create an infectious combination of garage rock, rock ‘n roll, and a psychedelia. They are one part building on the history of The Stooges yet resetting […]

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