Tag: Marissa Nadler

Weekend Showcase 4.31

Weekend Showcase 4.31

Hard to believe that the summer is almost over, but the music is still scorching. The Weekend Showcase 4.31 edition has 39 such tunes. Some are outrageous rockers, others are groovy dance tunes, and many are spine-tingling or breathtaking. The artists and bands represent twelve countries. They include: Australia, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Iceland, Norway, South Korea, Sweden, […]

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The Matinee ’18 August 9th

The Matinee ’18 August 9th

The Matinee ’18 August 9th features a bit of everything – engrossing, intimate ballads; vibrant rockers; dark, mysterious enchantments; and catchy indie pop-rock. We begin with one of the great singer-songwriters today. Adrianne Lenker – “cradle” (Boston, USA) RIYL: Big Thief, Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers Over the past three years, Big Thief have emerged as one of the most captivating […]

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Weekend Showcase 2.36

Weekend Showcase 2.36

On this final weekend of summer, we offer the Weekend Showcase 2.36, our weekly playlist featuring new music from around the world. Find 50 songs on this week’s edition. Old favorites can be found as well a couple of dozen newcomers. As usual, the playlist features a bevy of countries and regions – seventeen to be exact. The listed places […]

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Melodic Tonic ’16, vol. 33

Melodic Tonic ’16, vol. 33

Welcome to your weekly serving of new music cocktails! Today we’re serving up six new songs from artists whose music shares a similar theme: powerful vocals. You may even detect the inspiration from Elliott Smith in some of these songs. Whether it’s indie folk from England and Ireland or American indie chamber pop and shoegaze, these six singles promise to be […]

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Carter Tanton – “Jettison the Valley”

Carter Tanton – “Jettison the Valley”

On March 4th, Carter Tanton released Jettison the Valley, what he considers his first solo record, despite releasing Freeclouds, in 2011, which he considers a “mixtape”. He also has a long history of recording music, beginning with his band Tulsa, with whom he recorded some great EPs before legal troubles ended the band. Tanton was also a member of Lower […]

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Weekend Showcase 2.07

Weekend Showcase 2.07

We had an extremely busy week and, as a result, we have our longest mega-playlist of the year. We had the pleasure of sharing three premieres, looked at seven albums, shared six remixes, one great cover song, and 41 new singles. That all adds up to 57 songs on the Weekend Showcase 2.07 edition. Twelve countries are represented: Australia, Brazil, […]

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CoverBack Thursday – “Solitude” by Marissa Nadler (Black Sabbath)

CoverBack Thursday – “Solitude” by Marissa Nadler (Black Sabbath)

It is no secret we love Melissa Nadler here at The Revue. She received a glowing review from us for last year’s release of July . She even made our list for the top 50 albums of last year as well. So it’s no surprise that today we share her hauntingly beautiful cover of Black Sabbath’s “Solitude“. It is so great it’s […]

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Mundo 5: Remembering Jason Molina

Mundo 5: Remembering Jason Molina

Monday will mark two years since Jason Molina‘s passing. Maybe you have heard of him. Maybe you haven’t. In all likelihood, you may have known Molina by his projects, namely Songs: Ohia that later was renamed Magnolia Electric Co. His legacy extend beyond his songs, as he was a “songwriter’s songwriter” – an individual who was able to paint exquisite […]

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50 Favourite Albums of 2014: Mac DeMarco, Marissa Nadler, Misun, The New Pornographers, and Ought

50 Favourite Albums of 2014: Mac DeMarco, Marissa Nadler, Misun, The New Pornographers, and Ought

We’re at the halfway point of our 50 Favourite Albums of 2014 countdown, which are being listed in alphabetical order. Here are albums 1 to 5, 6 to 10, 11 to 15, and 16 and 20. Now on to albums 21 to 25. MAC DEMARCO, “SALAD DAYS” He might be referred to as the “Goofball Prince of Indie Rock” (and […]

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The Pick 5: New Singles by Marissa Nadler, Young Fathers, Life Model, FURS, & Moon Duo

The Pick 5: New Singles by Marissa Nadler, Young Fathers, Life Model, FURS, & Moon Duo

With so much music coming out each day, we often miss some great new singles – sometimes by weeks. To rectify that, we’ve introduced “The Pick 5” (the number could change each week) – basically fivetracks that we recommend you hearing for the weekend. Think of it as a mini playlist. Happy Weekend!   Marissa Nadler, “Pitseleh” (Elliott Smith Cover) […]

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Marissa Nadler Covers Father John Misty’s “Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings”

Marissa Nadler Covers Father John Misty’s “Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings”

The fantastic Marissa Nadler released a cover of another fantastic artist, Father John Misty’s “Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings”, adding her haunting, brooding touches to the indie hit. The cover is part of a split 7″ that includes Nadler’s cover and Father John Misty returning the favour with his version of Nadler’s “Drive”. The record will be released by Bella Union […]

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Mundo Musique: STACEY Self-Titled Debut EP and Video for “Sleep Alone”

Mundo Musique: STACEY Self-Titled Debut EP and Video for “Sleep Alone”

For Those Who Like: Sarah McLachlan, The Bright Smoke, Marissa Nadler On her debut EP, young Toronto singer-songwriter STACEY has released an extremely intimate and honest album. In each of the five tracks, there is a sense of loss, whether it is someone close or one’s innocence. The minimalist feel of the album, which involves just STACEY’s vocals and her […]

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Mundo Musique: Marissa Nadler

Mundo Musique: Marissa Nadler

Boston based singer-songwriter Marissa Nadler has been releasing some great music over the last few years.  Her music is chilling, haunting, and beautiful. On February 4th, Nadler will release her latest album, July. The album doesn’t feel quite like an album that would be named July, it definitely represents its release month, February much better. Unlike her self-titled 2011 album […]

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