Alternative Friday

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

It’s another eclectic array of impressive new music in this month’s mixtape, possibly more so than usual, so dive in and listen to some indie, RnB influenced pop, soulful drum ‘n’ brass (not a typo), jazz rock, troubadour storytelling, synthpop, smokey folk… plus some Belfast punk memories. Enjoy! Honeymilk – Havslåten Still a Great Night …

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If anyone tells you there aren’t many impressive new & emerging musicians out there, then direct them to this latest Mixtape for evidence they’ve got it wrong. So dive in and enjoy a range of genres, from rousing guitar rock to mellow piano pop, via some dreamy, indie, & art-pop tunes. Enjoy…   Sea Girls …

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The talented new and emerging musicians out there appear to have spent very little time on a beach this summer, as they’ve continued to share some delicious new tunes with us, of which I’ve collated my favs in the latest mixtape. So enjoy, and spread the love for your favs as we travel through an …

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Has there been a more eclectic Alternative Friday Mixtape than this wonderful array of excellent new music? I love ’em all, but you decide as you wander through everything from punk to trip-soul, indie surf to whimsical pop, and dark synth to a bit of, er, “raps, sangs and groovy thangs”. Enjoy…   Blackwaters – …

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This month’s mixtape is the usual eclectic event, as the wonderful array of new music includes some techno dance music, garage rock, alternative pop, indie jangle, and much more. Enjoy, and do spread the word about your favourites…   Submarines – Writing’s On The Wall Mieux – Shenzhen Super Best Friends Club – Love is …

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Bad Pop? No chance, as it took a long public holiday weekend in the UK to whittle this mixtape down to these 10 tracks, so high was the quality of the longlist (there’s a wonderful amount of superb new music out there atm). So I hope you enjoy the selection, which takes in a fine …

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