Alternative Friday

because great new music doesn’t always get the exposure it deserves

I wrote the Fresh Faves (221) review for Tom Robinson’s Fresh on the Net site this week.

They were the 9 songs by new and independent artists that received the most votes from the 25 tracks on the Listening Post at the weekend (which had first been whittled down by myself and the other mods from a shortlist of around 130).

It’s a wonderful selection of music, which take us from Scandinavian hypnotica to haunting folk, via a bit of indie and post-punk pop.

To find out what I’m on about, listen to the excellent tracks, and read the reviews… head over here.
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