Tag: Misun

Weekend Showcase 2.02

Weekend Showcase 2.02

The Weekend Showcase 2.02 returns, summarizing the music we’ve covered from the past week, including albums, singles, concerts, and whatever else. Each article is listed below. Click on the title and you’ll be taken to the post where you can read more about an album or artist. We have then rolled up all this great music into one mega-playlist. It’s […]

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Favorite EPs of 2015 (Part II)

Favorite EPs of 2015 (Part II)

Yesterday, we shared ten of our Favorite EPs of 2015. In an age of short attention spans, EPs are a great approach for artists and bands wishing to have more of their music heard as well as to demonstrate their musical range. Here are ten more EPs that amazed us.   Kaptan – Sprinter We became enamored this year with […]

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Weekend Showcase December 5th Edition

Weekend Showcase December 5th Edition

Another week has come and gone, which means another edition of the Weekend Showcase. On this week’s mega-playlist, you’ll once again find 29 great new singles from old favorites and new, emerging artists you ought to know. The Weekend Showcase is extremely diverse, consisting of indie-rock, indie-pop, folk, alt-folk, Western / country-folk, electronic, and retro jangle-pop. If this is your […]

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The Matinee December 1

The Matinee December 1

It’s the first day of December, which will bring a lot of people immense joy knowing the holiday season is right around the corner while others may be frowning at the thought of cold weather, shoveling snow, and beating the crowds while shopping for gifts. Whatever your mood may be, The Matinee December 1 edition will hopefully put you in […]

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Rendition – Remixes by Lakechild and Feki

Rendition – Remixes by Lakechild and Feki

We’ve been receiving our fair share of remixes. We estimate that 20% to 25% of the submissions we receive are remixes. Now, we don’t want to be solely focused on remixes because we still prefer original material. We also want to retain our focus on smaller, independent artists. So with these things in mind, we bring to you Rendition. Every […]

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Misun returns with another classic, “Feel Better” EP

Misun returns with another classic, “Feel Better” EP

Misun are arguably the hardest working band. In 2013 and 2014, they released an EP, tons of singles, a summer bootleg series, a compilation of remixes, and their debut full-length. Superstitions was released in November, and it was one of our 50 favorite albums of 2014. Six months later, the trio from Washington, D.C. have returned with more new music. […]

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Weekend Showcase: April 24th Edition

Weekend Showcase: April 24th Edition

The weekend is here, which means it’s time for The Weekend Showcase – 20 tracks from the indie world. If this is the first time you’re listening to the Weekend Showcase, some things to help you if you like what you hear: If you like the artist / band, click on their name to be taken to their Facebook page […]

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Misun – “After Me”

Misun – “After Me”

One of our favorite bands has returned. Misun, the Baltimore-based trio, have the ability to craft stunning and infectious music that you know will last lifetimes. Their new single, “After Me”, further evidences their unique ability. This song is sultry with its funk textures mixed in with indie rock. “After Me” is the lead single from their forthcoming EP, Feel […]

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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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Mundo 10: Longing for Summer

Mundo 10: Longing for Summer

Many parts of the northeast have been blanketed with snow this week and North Texas even ended up with some snowfall which hardly ever happens in November. As we sit inside and sip on any kind of warm drink that is pumpkin spiced flavored to stay warm, we thought we would post a few songs that take us back to warm summer […]

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Mundo Musique: Misun’s Sublime Debut LP, “Superstitions”

Mundo Musique: Misun’s Sublime Debut LP, “Superstitions”

For the past four years, Washington, D.C.’s Misun (prounounced me-sun) has released some sublime singles, which had its benefits and disadvantages. On the one hand, for indie music followers, one could expect something new from the Baltimore every few months. On the other hand, producing singles only creates so much buzz, and most major publications and blogs tend to cover […]

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Mundo Musique: Misun’s Dreamy New Single, “Goodbye Summer”

Mundo Musique: Misun’s Dreamy New Single, “Goodbye Summer”

As we celebrate our one-year anniversary, we’ll be revisiting some of the bands and artists that we have profiled in this space. One such band is Baltimore’s Misun, who has been highly underappreciated and overlooked for way too long. Until recently – really the last 3 or 4 months – music blogs have ignored Misun, but their recent mini-tour to […]

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Mundo 5: Five + Five

Mundo 5: Five + Five

We’ve only entered the third month of the year, but we’ve been bombarded with a lot of great music. Today, Rich and I are going to each list five songs that we are currently digging. Some of the artists listed are ones that either of us or another Revue contributor has already featured, but these artists are well worth a […]

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Mundo Musique: Temples and Misun

Mundo Musique: Temples and Misun

TEMPLES For Those Who Like: Tame Impala, The Byrds, Foxygen, The Verve With music becoming more accessible, we’re seeing musicians experiment with new sounds while some are looking to the past. It’s not a surprise, therefore, to see a surge of bands reviving ’60s and ’70s rock and psychedelic rock, and Temples is the latest band to come along with […]

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