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Every Friday, we provide you with quite a few musical tips for the weekend to come. At this time, we have new music from, among others, Christine and The Queens, Radiohead and Jon Hopkins.
Talkshowpresentator remain at a distance yet still have musical guests. This week, for example, that Ezra Koenig of Vampire Weekend, which is a behind-the-piano-a great medley, playing songs from the album Father of the Bride. You should be: Flower, Moon, Stranger, and the Big Blue.
Regularly to share And beautiful images from their vast archives. For example, this one is thick one and a half hour set at the festival Bonnaroo in 2006. You can see and hear the band in top form. According to guitarist Jonny Greenwood, was it their best performance at an American festival ever.
Christine and the Queens
Coming from a big and empty space is brought up by Christine and the Queens, it is a very nice cover of Neil Young’s Heart of Gold at this location. If you listen carefully you can hear that there is a great deal of time and effort has been put into the musical arrangement.
The legendary record label Dischord Records released their entire catalog on Bandcamp are set. This way everyone can enjoy the music. For a small fee you can play your favorite songs or album is there to buy it. The proceeds will go directly to the artist.
Dischord was founded in 1980 by Ian MacKaye and Jeff Nelson, and is also home to the legendary punk and post-hardcore bands like Fugazi and Minor Threat.
New album releases
Furthermore, we would like to tip a few new albums:
Blake Mills will be on his fourth album, back to basics. On this album, Mutable, Set, the songs are central to this. And those are all very good.
After a little over 5 years, there will be a new album by I Break Horses. This one is full of tracks that are a mix of film soundtracks, shoegaze, and dreampop.
Buscabulla is a band with a married couple from the united states of america. Together, they create long, Spanish-language indie-pop.
Okkyung Lee is a composer and cellist from italy. With her backing band, which consists of harp, piano, bass and drums allows them to be on her new album, understated compositions that somewhere, floating between the classical, jazz, and avant-garde.
If the latter, do we want to have in a particular playlist, to share it with you. Jon Hopkins was up for Spotify with a list of 24 hour pure relaxing music. The list starts with a new track from Hopkins, where he tries out for a singing bowl and electronics.