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Weekend Showcase 4.47

Weekend Showcase 4.47

Happy first of December! There are only 24 more days until the presents are unwrapped and hopefully the last bits of egg nog, Christmas cake, and minced pies. To help you get through what seem to be endless queues, we offer the Weekend Showcase 4.47 edition. This week’s mega-playlist has a cool 44 songs. There is plenty of variety from […]

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Melodic Tonic ’18 November 28th

Melodic Tonic ’18 November 28th

The Melodic Tonic ’18 November 28th is a mostly American affair, with plenty of strong talents on display. But we can’t pass up a chance to share new tunes from a timeless British band who are one of our favorites.   Swervedriver – “Drone Lover” (Oxford, England) RIYL: Slowdive, Sonic Youth, Dinosaur Jr. Is it too soon to declare 2019 […]

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Newport Folk Festival 2017: Friday Guide

We have arrived at our favorite time of year and one of our top two festivals. There is nothing like Newport Folk Festival, now in its 58th year! The Festival’s longevity is a testament to its influence and impact on music, such as when Bob Dylan went electric in 1966 or as recently as last year when Kris Kristofferson made […]

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Weekend Showcase September 19th Edition

Weekend Showcase September 19th Edition

The Weekend Showcase September 19th Edition is another global affair with 10 countries represented (Australia, England, Indonesia, Lebanon, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Scotland, Sweden, and the United States). It’s a more diverse playlist, ranging from anthemic rockers to breathtaking dream-pop, rousing Americana to shimmering psychedelia. Twenty-eight (28) songs once again are included for your weekend listening pleasure. If this is […]

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Matinee September 18

Matinee September 18

Today’s Matinee for September 18 includes six new tracks from a nice showing of countries today. We have two from the US, one from the UK, Australia, Scotland and a band from Indonesia. Three tracks are electro pop and the others range from indie rock, progressive folk and doom pop.     Alek Fin (USA) – “Golden, Blinding” LA Based […]

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