We get some very warming tunes in our playlist this week. Already October and we’re dreaming of holidays with The Soulphoenixs, Lea Lu, Roasaway and Sarāb. A couple of other tracks are bearing the lovely bright colours of autumn and we’re getting into Bare Beets, Cuffed Up and Skinny Lister.
If this playlist arrives late tonight, it’s still a joy to share it. Our selection of the week has some lovely lyrics by Almée and Lisa Mitchell, and the powerful riffs of The Rising, The Darkness and Katanak who is going to release another version of this song later this month. We’ll follow this curious adventure, and the others, quite carefully.
Our playlist of the week is a little collection of favourites. Whether it is the set of Agenou’s video, the aesthetic of Caesaria’s, Cat SFX’s tone and vocals, or the energy coming from Stereophonics and No Money Kids, we’re loving every second.
And, as we’re adapting ourselves to yet another new work rhythm for the sixth time this year, we’re not letting these new tunes slip by us this week. We’re travelling with Harrison Rimmer’s pop-rock, Ben Camden and Dusty Bo’s bright riffs, and with the awaited Daytime TV.
Our walks on the wild side of the internet are always fruitful. Whether they’re from France like Malted Milk, from the UK like Future Cavemen and Thinktank, or from the US like Broke Royals and Des Rocs, our selected artists are all very charming with a guitar between their hands. And it actually really works.
Once more, we took a well-deserved break before jumping into a new rhythm of life. The soundtrack for this new routine starts with Frantic Endeavor’s dreamy tune, finds beautiful harmonies with Jasmine Rodgers, makes us dance with The Bugles and Jacuzzisuit. Some new favourites ought to be discovered now.
It’s already the end of August and it means we’re all getting back to work or to school. Before that, we still have to discover some amazing things, like Moon Walker’s groove, Rhona Macfarlane’s voice and Gabby Holt’s superb video, all of which are in our playlist of the week.
And here we go again for a little playlist. This week, we also got a couple of new favourites, found here and there. Whether they’re in very settled bands like The Vaccines, or just starting to grow bigger like Echo Coast, we needed to share their new tunes with you.
It’s raining tunes this week! We’re totally putting this playlist on repeat at home. Get to discover Californian pearls, some UK made bangers, and let’s also escape to space, why not? We might be staying home, but music has other plans!
Romance is something we can get from music. However, it doesn’t have the same look, taste or sound for everyone. Here’s what we fell for this week, in a playlist.