SEVEN IN THE MIX! 7 Class Crackers for Week 46…

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A brand new SEVEN IN THE MIX for a brand new week!
Seven flaming tracks I played on repeat these past days
Seven ardent strokes to feed body and soul all week long
Turn up the volume! Music is the dope! Here is the fire!


1/ ‘Desolate Soul’ by ONE TRACK MINDS
(Trondheim, Norway)
Vehement guitars, dark vocals and a psychedelic city beat to get hooked on. Ace score!
From: brand new debut album ‘A Price To Be Paid’ – here on Bandcamp
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ONE TRACK MINDS: Facebook – Instagram

2/ ‘Slow Waves’ by CROSS WIRES 
(Bethnal Green/Romford, England)
Vital punk guitars & fierce vocals warn you that the late, grim British 70s are back again today, after the Brexit debacle. Ironically, bad times always generate great, brisk music.
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CROSS WIRES: Facebook – Twitter

3/ ‘Belfast’ by ESTRONS
(Cardiff, Wales)
Singer Taliesyn Kallström‘s highly charged vox intensity and inflammable droning guitars meet and explode together in a mind-blowing chorus. Two minutes of blasting passion.
From: their new, storming 3-track EP – here on iTunes
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ESTRONS: Facebook –  Twitter

4/ ‘There Is A Place’ by TIBET (Cardiff, Wales)
The combination of an irresistible drum beat, electrifying ‘AAAAAA’ harmonies and an euphoric glam rock panache will make punch your fists in the air. An injection of ectasy.
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TIBET: Facebook – Twitter

5/ ‘God’s Graffiti’ by DARLING JAMES (Melbourne, Australia)
A high-spirited and richly orchestrated electro pop heartbeat fueled with excited guitars. This swirling kick will have an inspiring impact on your limbs and will spoil your mind. Top!
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DARLING JAMES: Facebook – Twitter

6/ ‘Indigo Club’ by THE MONTREALS (Adelaide, Australia)
This fresh indie quartet from down under produces a ravishingly colored pop cocktail with a bright variety of sonic ingredients and cheerful guitars to make you smile all day long…
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THE MONTREALS: Who? – Facebook

7/ ‘The Dark Can’t Touch Us’ by MAXWELL PANTHER
This quite mysterious artist shows, consciously or not, another side of
Depeche Mode. Less gloomy and black, although equally intriguing…
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MAXWELL PANTHER: More vibes on Bandcamp – Twitter

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See/hear you next week, music junkies…
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