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This Monday's POTW comes from a Dublin-born and Canadian-raised acoustic artist, Barry McLoughlin, who has been lauded for his songwriting as well as his vocals. A resident of a small town Sioux Lookout, Ontario, McLoughlin is a prolific songwriter, who first appeared at Toronto's Massey Hall, at just 17 years old. For a taste of…Read more Playlist of the Week (2018/32)
This week's playlist of the week is Electronic / Ambient / Future Garage from Amanda Krause, a self-confessed workaholic bassist from Colorado, USA who has a day-job in Digital Marketing. Amanda has assembled a wonderful collection of laid-back tunes, including some of my very favourite artists in the ambient electronica and trip-hop scenes, such as…Read more Playlist of the Week (2018/31)
If you've not yet brought out the barbecue, or boogied on the beach this year, now's the time! This week's playlist, Cool for the Summer / Hot Summer Songs is another from my friend Susan Moss, who has been working incredibly hard to support the indie music community, all while working on her own new…Read more Playlist of the Week (2018/30)
This week's playlist has been compiled by Jamie Christie, also known as the music producer JJ Christie. Jamie is from Australia and has played as a bass player and lead vocalist in heavy rock bands, but the music he makes under his own name is synth based. There is often a spacey feel to a…Read more Playlist of the Week (2018/29)
This week's POTW is very special. It's Nothing But Epics, a collection of prog rock, compiled by Staalklang, from Norway. According to Staalklang, the rule for music to be included is that, "it has to be epic, meaning recurring themes, keychanges, beatchanges, progressive, odd, cinematic." It certainly does all that. Pink Floyd, Emerson, Lake & Palmer,…Read more Playlist of the Week (2018/28)
This week's POTW is DJ Twitter by Raj Patel. Raj took the brave decision to create an experiment on Twitter, where he invited anyone in the general public who saw his post to add tracks to his playlist. Like it says in the playlist's description, 'what could possibly go wrong?' The results are far better…Read more Playlist of the Week (2018/27)