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Saturday, April 21, 2018

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 186

Temperatures rises and warm spring is finally here (and seems ready to stay, hope summer takes a while to arrive though) so, while with the changing of the seasons we are already expecting changes in our minds and lives, here's an extra "push" for the 'joyful' vibes coming thanks to our latest TOP TEN JUKEBOX. A pretty eclectic playlist, full of discoveries as usual, just in time to begin the weekend in "the mood". Have fun and remember, all tunes are available at our Soundcloud. (Join Us!)

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Saturday, April 14, 2018

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 185

A grey (not that rainy, though) weekend doesn't necessarily mean staying at home with the blanket and sofa! To overcome that tempting drowsiness that for sure is invading you, we have our latest TOP TEN Jukebox for your ears only :) This time, full of new discoveries, including one we will try to see live at Primavera Sound Festival, Alex Lahey, plus a couple of beloved bands of the Blog returning to form in Wax Idols and Soft Science. As always, a lot to choose from & shake the laziness off! Have fun and remember, all tunes are available at our Soundcloud. (Join Us!)

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Saturday, April 7, 2018

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 184

A busy and turning point of a week, folks. Winds of change can (hopefully) be seen on the horizon at  (something about a door closing and a window opening..., right?) and with the desire and enthusiasm to begin new adventures soon, here we are, ready to bring you another round of our TOP TEN Jukeboxfull of new discoveries and some beloved bands like Linda Guilala. Because being honest, we don't know what the future holds yet, but were are sure is going to be better if it arrives with great music. Have a wonderful weekend and remember, all tunes are available at our Soundcloud. (Join Us!)

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Thursday, March 29, 2018

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 183

As we told you, we don't stop for holidays, but for those who do, we have the perfect soundtrack for these days ahead. This week we bring you a pretty varied TOP TEN Jukebox, perfect for all kinds of tastes and moods. Some recurring bands at the Blog as our dear Night Flowers, but also many discoveries and even a pretty exciting band with a very Feeliesque name (extra kudos for that). Just press play and enjoy! And remember, all tunes are available at our Soundcloud. (Join Us!)

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Sunday, March 25, 2018

Discoverer 164: new indie findings

No, this Blog is not taking holidays! Instead, we are eager to propose you another trio of music wonders in our discoverer series. Our "Easter eggs"are just ready for your listening pleasure!

Hurry. We begin or music trip in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with this trio composed by Matt Scottoline (vocals, guitar) and cousins Joe and Rob DeCarolis (bass & drums respectively). Formed in 2012, Hurry began as Scottoline's, member of Everyone Everywhere, solo project, writing the first homemade material under that moniker later on released on Bandcamp. But the need of assembling a band to perform the songs live alongside the sort of "hibernation" of Everyone Everywhere helped the proper birth of Hurry. After signing to Hot Green Records the trio announced first (or second, depends on how we count) album 'Everything/Nothing', out in October 2014, which was followed by LP 'Guided Meditation' in Spring 2016 via Lame-O Records. Now, after the EP 'Casual Feelings' out in October 2016, the band is back with their third/fourth record, 'Every Little Thought', out since this February. Somewhere in between Teenage Fanclub and Yo La Tengo, with traces of noise-pop and 90s alternative rock, Hurry's tunes are a jangly and melodic delight, instant love affair for the listener. Don't waste your time and check them out! 

Chemtrails. We move to London, UK, where this quintet is based. Lead by founders and main composers Mia Lust and Laura Orlova, the group started to make noise in 2016, signing with the great nordic label PNKSLM and debuting that September with EP 'Love in Toxic Wasteland'. A second EP, 'Headless Pin Up Girl' (one of the Blog favourites last year) appeared in Spring of 2017 and now, we can enjoy their first album, 'Calf of the Sacred Cow', out since this February. A very personal, idiosyncratic crossover between garage rock, power-pop and lo-fi psychedelia, think on Shrag meeting Blondie. Raw, bouncy, exciting music.

CCFX. And we end in Olympia, Washington, to meet this quartet discovered at the very end of past year (but they had to be featured at the Blog), formed by Chris McDonnell, Mirče Popovic, Mary Jane Dunphe and David Jaques, the result of local cult bands CC Dust and Trans FX (hence the mysterious moniker) merge. Self-titled debut EP appeared in late October 2017 via DFA Records, and is a very special one. Dream-pop unafraid of contemplating the waves at the cliff's edge, strangely warm and nostalgic, cinematic and disarmingly melodic, with the vocals of Dunphe knocking you out. There's magic here, a real gem awaiting to be discovered. More soon, please, please, please. 

Friday, March 23, 2018

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 182

It's finally Friday! That means that we have two days ahead to disconnect, rest and enjoy the time off with those we love the most. Whatever your plans are (maybe you are lucky enough to connect the weekend with the forthcoming Easter holidays) we are sure they are likely to get even better if you give them a soundtrack, so here we are proposing you an ace one but our TOP TEN Jukebox. A varied and plenty of discoveries playlist (more groups to add to our 'bands to follow' list), a great companion for the promising days ahead. Enjoy, listen to a lot of music and remember, all tunes are available at our Soundcloud. (Join Us!)

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Saturday, March 17, 2018

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 181

Half of March already and we can see Eastern holidays approaching... but before vacations arrives here's a new round of our TOP TEN Jukebox, this time full of new discoveries, from the post-punk-grunge of Molly Beaches' to the indiepop touches of proposal or the The Sour Notes' ace cover of an Sleater-Kinney's classic. Nine novelties alongisde one of the most desired comebacks. The majestic return of one of our favourite bands, Hazte Lapón. We invite you to listen it closely, pure gems awaiting! Have fun and remember, all tunes are available at our Soundcloud. (Join Us!)

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