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Music Miscellany for 11/21/2017

I unearthed this playlist from almost 3 months ago, so apologies if the music isn’t the freshest, but it’s still fun. First up is the country rocker “High Time” from Wes Youssi. Next up is some indie rock courtesy of The Hails on “Come Alive.” Following is some straight up rock from Lkffct on “Hatchling.” Wrapping up this edition is the electro-pop of Private Island on “Crime.”

Music Miscellany for 9/14/2017

Today in Music Miscellany we start things with the upbeat indie pop of My Little Hum with “Rise Over Run.” Sven-Erik Olsen’s indie rock is, in my opinion, channeling the Beach Boys on “Sketchbook Traces.” Floral Couches pump the synth-pop with vibes of the 80’s on “Ketamine Dreaming.” Wrapping up this edition is Jason Herring & the Mystery Plan with their electro-pop single “electric love.”

Music Miscellany for 6/23/2017 Part I

Half way through the year and I feel like I’m letting this little slice of the ‘net down. I’m not going to make any outrageous promises ’cause I’ll only end up breaking them right now. Instead let’s listen to music. First up Anna Lunoe with the danceable electro-pop of “Godzilla.” Next is some R&B infused hip hop on “Roll the Dice” by Sidizen King. Luke Faas brings it back to electro pop on “Why Bother.” And just to mess with you a bit I’ve thrown in some folk infused psych rock from Will McKay on “Somebody Else.”

Music Miscellany for 5/31/2017

I’ve been hanging on to these for too long now. First up we have electro-pop from Toyko with “Like What I Like.” Following them are the mellow, laid-back sounds of bluemovies with “Caramel Dreams.” Wrapping everything up the rock and roll of System Corporation with “Dismal Universal Hiss.” Be sure to tip your server.

Music Miscellany for 04/13/2017 Part I

I’ve been stockpiling music for far too long. Kicking off this edition is Pekoe Cat with the psychedelic tinged “Superstore.” Up next is the alternative rock of Strange Her with “Middle Man.” Slowing things down a bit we have LAOISE with some down tempo electro-pop on “Halfway.” Wrapping up this edition of the Miscellany is Vandana¬†with some electro tinged alternative pop on “Nearly.”