TURN UP THE VOLUME JUKEBOX 2023 – 10 New Tracks Added Every Week

Every week 10 new rad tracks added

In order to not miss a beat Turn Up The Volume scans the musical
horizon daily (doing it for years now, actually) to stay in touch with
all new things sonically great and shares the results on a weekly

Check the 10 new rad tracks
added to this rad 2023 playlist
(total of 205 tracks so far).

1. ‘Familiar Feeling’ by JULIANA EYE (Toronto, Canada)
A high-passionate pop gem from her new EP Late Bloomer.

2. ‘A Love Story’ by SPARKS (Los Angeles)
Highlight from the brothers Mael’s brand new
top pop LP The Girl Is Crying In Her Latte.

3. ‘Foreign Land’ by TEENAGE FANCLUB (Scotland)
Veteran pop-song-smiths do what they do best, writing feel-good tunes.
First single from new, upcoming album Nothing Lasts Forever.

4. ‘Mountains At Midnight’ by ROYAL BLOOD (UK)
The blues rock duo hit hard again with the first slam dunk
of their forthcoming longplayer Back To The Water.

5. ‘You Better Run’ by DIPLOMATIC IMMUNITY (Denmark)
Riff-manic missile from this frenetic trio’s forthcoming debut LP.

6. ‘Strava’ by LIFE COACH (Scotland)
Thhe musical project of singer-songwriter-poet Jamie Cameron.
Think Arab Strap you can dance to. Strava is a groovy-punky piece
from his upcoming album Scottish Cringe, out 2 June.

7. ‘Three Hours’ by JOHN PARISH and ALDOUS HARDING

Renowned British producer/musician and New Zealand‘s songstress’
cover of a 1969 song by the late great folk legend Nick Drake.

8.Try Hard Blues’ by BART PAT (London UK)
The moniker for London-based singer-songwriter Hannah Maryse Robinson.
Try Hard Blues is a folky-bluesy earworm from her upcoming debut album.

9. ‘Waiting On A Sign That’s Already There’ by ALTERED BY MOM (Toronto, CA)
An instantly sweet sticking pop jingle by this Canadian indie duo.

10. ‘California’ by KEN LINTERN (UK)
Catchy sepia-colored tune, spiced with sultry saxophone play, bringing
Randy Newman to mind. From this seasoned musician’s new, upcoming

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PJ HARVEY Teases New Music

PJ HARVEY, published a newsletter on her social media, revealing that
she was making a new playlist available on her Spotify account. It’ll feature
tracks from her catalogue produced by John Parish and Flood, and comes in
at just under 40 minutes.

It’s already been 7 years since her last album
The Hope Six Demolitian Project
came out.

PJ‘s message and studio fragments.

PJ: Instagram – All Albums