Tag: tUnE-yArDs

Fortress Fest 2018 Preview

Fortress Fest 2018 Preview

Fort Worth is known for its deep country roots. Cowboys roam the historic stockyards, tourist ride the mechanical bull at the legendary honky-tonk venue Billy Bobs while the locals line dance, and in the past, the city was one of the primary filming locations for Walker Texas Ranger (can’t get more country than that). But there has been a steady […]

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Weekend Showcase 3.42

Weekend Showcase 3.42

As we enter the final two months of 2017 and the arrival of cooler weather, the Weekend Showcase 3.42 edition provides some welcome relief with its 53 songs. It’s one of the best playlists of the year in our humble opinion thanks to the diverse groups of bands and artists. They represent thirteen (13) countries, including: Australia, Canada, Colombia, England, Iceland, […]

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Melodic Tonic ’17, October 25th

Melodic Tonic ’17, October 25th

Today’s mid-week serving of new music cocktails is full of zest and zing. From quirky American indie pop and garage punk to whimsical British indie fare, these six songs will give you a musical buzz without the hangover. So dig in as we celebrate the return of some indie greats while getting to know some talented newcomers.   tUnE-yArDs – […]

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Mundo Musique: Tune-Yards

Mundo Musique: Tune-Yards

In May, New England’s Merrill Garbus, also known as Tune-Yards, released her third album, Nikki Nack, on 4AD.  Garbus is known for her quirky style of performing music featuring her unique voice, herself on drums, ukulele, and many other instruments, and her seemingly endless supply of energy. Garbus definitely takes after many different influences. There’s a huge Afrobeat influence in […]

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Cover of Fain by Wolf People

Mundo Musique: Wolf People, Dean Wareham, Mascott, & an all-star Fela Kuti tribute

Hello everyone, and thank you all so much for all the positive comments about last week’s Mundo Musique. This week I take a look at three great, but very different bands/artists, and a quick look at the newly-released Fela Kuti tribute. WOLF PEOPLE This past weekend, I was lucky enough to catch one of Wolf People’s first-ever shows in North […]

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