Tag: Nordic indie pop

Melodic Tonic ’17, May 10th

Melodic Tonic ’17, May 10th

Your mid-week serving of new music cocktails has an underlying political theme. These aren’t protest songs, but most of the six songs on the Melodic Tonic May 10th edition are a response to the craziness unfolding on the global stage. Some artists choose to protest with music while others choose to dance. Either way, these artists from Canada, England, Norway, and the USA provide powerful […]

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Saturday Sampler October 1st

Saturday Sampler October 1st

Saturday Sampler October 1st edition has a worldly feel. Of the 10 artists and bands featured today, only one comes from the United States. Scotland, Sweden, Ireland, England, Norway, Portugal, and Australia are all represented on this fun, playful, and awesome mini-playlist.   Be Charlotte – “Machines That Breathe” (Dundee, Scotland) RIYL: Miya Folick, Lucia Fontaine, Lorde Alloysious Massaquoi of Young Fathers once told […]

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Why We Run – “Holograms”

Why We Run – “Holograms”

Everyone has an album that they will cherish forever because it represents an important time in our lives. A record that we spin at any time because each and every song is tied to a specific moment; ones that we never wish to let go. This everlasting feeling resonates on Why We Run‘s terrific debut album, Holograms. Holograms is full […]

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Saturday Sampler for May 28th

Saturday Sampler for May 28th

The Saturday Sampler for May 28th features plenty of global variety with 10 tracks from seven countries: Australia, Iceland, Israel, Norway, Sweden, Scotland, and USA. Whether you prefer indie folk or funky disco or psychedelic rock, this week’s Sampler offers something in many different genres. We have also included the “RIYL” (Recommended If You Like) tag to help introduce you to […]

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