ft. The Coconut Kids, The Girl Folder, Dusken Lights, Cavegreen and Trudy and the Romance

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The music never stops and neither do we. We got tributes to the Paris attacks, infectious soft rock, awesome haunting electro and rowdy rock. So spin these tracks as the world around us continues to spin on, with or without our permission.

 

 

maxresdefaultWeaning Lambs: The Coconut Kids

Track: Un De Plus

Based In: Paris

Flavours Of: Francois & The Atlas Mountains, Bright Eyes

Ripples of the Paris attacks last year are still being felt. French outfit The Coconut kids give us a smooth, easy heartwarming tribute to those effected by the event thus showing musicians who are playing for the pure joy of the music.

 

the-girl-folderWeaning Lambs: The Girl Folder

Track: Im Not Talking about love again

Based In: Newcastle

Flavours Of: The Killers / Powderfinger

While the lyrics may be simple, the infectious chorus of this track by The Girl Folder conjure thoughts of summer mosh pits at the Big Day Out and the sorely missed Powderfinger.

 

a1296307707_10Weaning Lambs: Dusken Lights

Track: Lodestar

Based In: Sydney

Flavours Of: Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros / Galaxie 500

Australian Indie rockers Dusken Lights lay down an easy going groove on ‘Lodestar.’ The guitars sound tepid and playful, while the rhythm glides effortlessly with the vocals.

 

cavegreenWeaning Lambs: Cavegreen

Track: Witches Dream

Based In: Olympia, Washington

Flavours Of: Florence & the Machine / Elie Goulding / Churches

The electronic pop duo Cavegreen releases their newest single ‘Witches Dream’. The impressive mixture and combination of genres create a haunting and emotional track.

 

2016_trudyandtheromance_press_081116-1Weaning Lambs: Trudy and the Romance

Track: Sandman

Based In: Liverpool / ENG

Flavours Of: King Krule / Misfits

The rowdy rock ‘Sandman’ sees the effortlessly cool Liverpool trio excel with their shout-along chorus, rampaging guitars and king krule sounding growls.

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