Tag: SubPop Records

The Matinee May 13th

The Matinee May 13th

Happy Friday everyone. Even though it’s Friday the 13th, we are still going to share some feel good music to kick off your weekend. We have a nice range of indie rock, indie pop, synth pop. Artists represent the USA, the UK and Germany today. Basketball Shorts – “Looking” (Austin, USA) Basketball Shorts is a party punk band from Austin, […]

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Saturday Sampler for March 26th

Saturday Sampler for March 26th

Saturday Sampler for March 26th Denny – “Bloom” (Minneapolis, USA) We first learned about DENNY last fall and they are back with a new track titled “Bloom”. They have taken a harder rock turn this time as their previous efforts were a bit more pop focused. “Bloom” is a great rock filled track that showcases the band’s smart guitar work and […]

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Melodic Tonic ’16: vol. 1

Melodic Tonic ’16: vol. 1

Welcome to a new year of new music singles! For this first serving of 2016, we’re serving up tunes from all over the globe to get your week kicked off with a bang.   The Sweet Serenades – “Fireworks” (Stockholm, Sweden) It is our pleasure to introduce you to Swedish indie rock duo The Sweet Serenades. Martin Nordvall and Mathias Näslund are old friends […]

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Melodic Tonic, vol. 28

Melodic Tonic, vol. 28

Welcome to the Melodic Tonic, vol. 28 – a.k.a. your regular Monday serving of new music cocktails. This week we’re shining our spotlight on six collaborative gems. The term “supergroup” seems to be used more frequently these days, with many artists joining forces faster than we can keep up with them. As music fans, we at The Revue always welcome these collective efforts, […]

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Melodic Tonic, vol. 22

Melodic Tonic, vol. 22

Welcome to a new week of new tunes to tantalize your ears! Normally we feature only new music singles here on the Melodic Tonic, but this week we’re making an exception because some of our favorite artists are releasing live albums featuring some killer classic songs. Let’s kick it off with those tracks before getting into the new new tunes.     […]

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