SEVEN IN THE MIX!7 Crackers For Week 24…

A brand new SEVEN IN THE MIX for a brand new week!
Seven fervent strokes I played on repeat these past days
Seven towering tracks to feed body & soul all week long
Turn up the volume! Music is the dope! Here’s the stuff!


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1/ ‘Red Horizon’ by PALM GHOSTS (Nashville, US)
This irresistible stroke will activate your bloodstream instantly. Ongoing addictive riffage, pulsating beats and touchy duet vocals. Cold waves causing warm sentiments. A prime cut from the band’s brand new, excellent LP ‘Architecture‘. Discover it here on Bandcamp.

PALM GHOSTS: Facebook

2/ ‘Peaches’ by ANIMAL HOUSE (Based in Brighton, UK)
This red-hot garage rock ripper will make your head spin 360° and will make your feet tap uncontrollably. Deranged stuff, with a Kings Of Leon twist, to go completely bananas to!

ANIMAL HOUSE: Facebook

3/ ‘Coming Down’ by GENA ROSE BRUCE (Melbourne, Australia)
The song is “a happy-go-lucky look into self-destruction and total upheaval. Complete with ironic cheerfulness and introspective criticism” says this charismatic Aussie artist. With her hypnotizing voice and striking songwriting potential she’s on her way to something special.

GENA ROSE BRUCE: Facebook

4/ ‘Without You’ by FABRIC BEAR (Edinburgh, Scotland)
Energetic three-headed guitar driven generator creates elevating exhilaration. Their combination of catchy poppiness and electrical tunefulness works perfectly! Bingo!

FABRIC BEAR: Facebook

5/ ‘To Be Without You’ by MOON LOVES HONEY (Danmark)
Multi-layered synths, floating harmonies and a meditative sensibility. Dreamy vibrations feeling and sounding like an electronic symphony. This wholehearted reverie is on the band’s fresh debut LP, titled ‘You Drift Away From Me – explore the album on Bandcamp.

MOON LOVES HONEY: Facebook

6/ ‘Entropy’ by MERCY FLIGHT (Canada)
Pop music at its entertaining best. Melodic splendor, colorful arrangements, gracious chorus and an appealing voice. Endearing sonic allurement with a soulful smile. Lovely!

MERCY FLIGHT: Facebook

7/ ‘I Made It Up’ by ELECTRIC FLOOR (Italy)
This ambient and spacey electro humdinger transfers your mind to dreamland from the very start. Delectable synths and relentless drum beats cause romantic euphony. Ace!

ELECTRIC FLOOR: Facebook

See/hear you next week, music junkies

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