We’re getting out of the project room to post a little playlist this week., it’s been a while. If everything is still slow on here, we’re working really hard to get the new formula up and running. Meanwhile, let’s enjoy some new tunes.
You might have noticed it, the blog is running slow. We got busy with our outside jobs and with new ideas for the blog too – the old ways are not compatible with our vision anymore – and there’s a lot to be done. We’re waking up this week, though, and offer you a playlist Tuesday!
After a long chocolaty weekend, as it should be, we’re back with some wonderful new tunes on our playlist. Today we’re having Royal Pantone, Irma, Billy Nomates, Fontaines D.C. and more.
We dive head first into our weekly playlist. With the heavy riffs from Nova Twins and Rammstein, we also take some time for the softness from Amy Correia, Shelly Archer, and Gabriiel. Full on.
And as our weekly tradition, here we dive into music again with some beautiful new tunes. We get to know TheWorst, Lucifers Beard, Miels, Soccer Mommy, Jasmyn, and many others.
This week is already quite long for us. Thankfully, we get into our go-to remedy with this musical selection. And we got new tunes from the amazing Fontaines D.C., Michelle Limanjae, and Fe Salomon.
This week, we’re celebrating some returns like Rammstein, Apple Shakers, and The Black Keys, and new tunes by the amazing Modern Guilt, The Cabin Fevers, FloodHounds, and Berries. A lot to discover in this playlist!
We really have some nice tunes to share this week, like at the beginning of each week, in our playlist. We’re getting new songs by Cat SFX, The Blinders, Guise, Captial Theatre, Arkells, and many more. Just everything we need for an energy boost.
For our selection of the week, we start off with a rock album full of promises, then we get to know Assouf, blues from the Tuareg people, and an EP of soft punk that isn’t tender. Flashes.
This week, our playlist speaks to the soul. We’re featuring Bottled Up, Yova, Dehd and our two favourites tunes of this selection by Fontaines D.C. and Iris Gold. We want a lot more and, in the meantime, we enjoy each note.