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Weekend Showcase 4.48

Weekend Showcase 4.48

We are coming to the final stretch of 2018. It’s a time of merriment, reunions, and celebration. The Weekend Showcase 4.48 edition applauds the great new music of the past week or so, and the penultimate mega-playlist of 2018 is another dazzler. Forty-four songs are on it, and the artists represent a lucky 13 countries. They include: Australia, Belgium, Canada, […]

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Melodic Tonic ’18 December 5th

Melodic Tonic ’18 December 5th

The Melodic Tonic ’18 December 5th edition is a bold mix of multiple genres. This year may be almost over but 2019 has lots of great musical treats in store. Today’s playlist begins with a thunderous roar from an indie icon.   Bob Mould – “What Do You Want Me to Know?” (Berlin, Germany via USA) RIYL: Hüsker Dü, Sugar, […]

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Weekend Showcase 4.42

Weekend Showcase 4.42

As the wintry weather soon approaches the north and summer colors slowly emerge in the south, the Weekend Showcase 4.42 edition finds the perfect balance. It also has some spooky tunes in preparation for Halloween. Forty-four songs are on this week’s mega-playlist, featuring a wide-range of sweet treats and howling moment. The artists and bands represent 13 countries, including: Australia, […]

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Melodic Tonic ’18 October 24th

Melodic Tonic ’18 October 24th

The Melodic Tonic ’18 October 24th edition will quicken your pulse then mellow you out. Get ready to dance in your chair courtesy of some better-known bands while a few emerging artists dazzle you with their talents. We start with the return of a familiar voice. Beirut – “Gallipoli” (Berlin, Germany via Santa Fe, USA) RIYL: DeVotchKa, Calexico, Fleet Foxes […]

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Toro Y Moi – “What For?”

Toro Y Moi – “What For?”

Many people will remark that this Toro Y Moi album is different than the rest. They’re right, to a certain degree. The traditional “rock-band” instrumentation, noodly electric guitar, and the mostly sample-less musical landscape might surprise you, but upon further listening, you’ll discover that What For? is chock-full of the ingredients that make a Toro Y Moi record, just like you thought […]

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