The Matinee August 21st includes 6 awesome new tracks for your listening pleasure. We have anthemic indie rock, dreamy electro pop and captivating indie rock. We hope you find your new favorite song or band today and that this gets your week started off right. Artists are representing Australia, Canada, Norway, The US and the UK today. “Cruel” is an upbeat track with an awesome 70s disco vibe that has us immediately grooving.
The Matinee August 14th has a nice sample of indie rock tracks that span genres including dream pop, amazing instrumental, singer-songwriter fare and moving electro-synth pop. We hope you find a new favorite song or band. We have artists representing Denmark, the US and the UK today. The Attic Sleepers are Mathias Barfod Boll and Matias Knigge Laursen. Their newest release is titled “Berlin” and it’s a mesmerizing dreamy rock track that you can’t help but want to hit repeat.
The Matinee includes 6 awesome new tracks to start your summer week off right. There are some sizzling rockers, some soulful anthems, and shimmering pop-rock numbers. It’s the perfect little playlist for a hot Monday. Dead Seem Old are songwriter Thom Wicks and producer Javier Weyler. The single is out now via Vourliotes Recordings. The newest track from Brooklyn-based Iris Lune is a stellar track called, “Sewing Skylines to Shores”. RIYL: Portugal. The Man, Oh Wonder, Sylvan Esso?
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Selecting a term
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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