Indie Music Mixtape 13

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Indie Music Mixtape 13


Indie Music Mixtape 13

Artist: Urban Cone

Song: Old School

Why? A sight to behold from Sweden to the world, dive into the melodious indie pop world of Urban Cone and their 80’s inspired kid friendly music video for their indie gem “Old School”. Through romantic lyrics, pop tunes that create an inviting soundscape and the kids symbolizing the old school type of love as they are gentle reminder of a time when life was easier and filled with fantasy and happiness. 

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Artist: Luhx.

Song: Hung Up

Why? Haunting melodies that carry verses that are made real through male and female vocals that harmonize in a hypnotizing manner creating something so refreshing and real as Luhx. speak of a love that is no longer there and whose voice has long left the other side of the line. You are just left with the ominous sound of phone line as you are hung up on a call with no one but yourself.

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Artist: Thomas Dybdahl

Song: Just a little bit

Why? Danish superstar Thomas Dybdahl pulls us into a soundscape that borrows a bit from the genres of pop, electronica and even some dashes of the storytelling of folk. Plus there’s something about his voice, it carries an infectious charm about it that makes women swoon and men want to buy him a glass of whisky – “Just a little bit” is an introspective world that invites us to see beyond visuals and the colors.

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Artist: Ledinsky

Song: High Society

Why? Indie folk rock that was inspired by the gloomy state of politics in the country and the world. Through playful lyricism the Swedish born Ledinsky carries a mature message that even though it borrows from the unique experience of being part of the “High Society”, it must be heard and what better way to listen than thanks to visuals that put a smile in our face and through them we get a glimpse of reality.

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Artist: Tipling Rock

Song: A side/ B side

Why? Old school charm, modern day experiences and a beautifully served story of love, heartbreak, music and some more. Through the use of the terms of “A side/B side” the band inventively create a plea to be heard and to not be left on the shadows after the A side has been heard, the B side has potential and can hold some beautiful tunes to be heard and enjoyed if given the chance.

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Artist: Silver Rose

Song: Take me Home

Why? Mexican songstress Silver Rose is one of those rare talents that can easily bounce from Spanish to English and create soundscape that are unique and mesmerizing in both, expanding the scope of her range greatly. She is able to take us all home and embrace us in her melodies as we are united by the passionate old school/new school blend of music that has become her signature sound.

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Artist: Cris Rellah

Song: Skin 

Why? Swiss artist Cris Rellah carries with him a voice that is pure power, emotions and a certain dose of humanity that is needed in the music scene of today. Cris has picked one of the best tracks that come out in the past years from a talent that is bound to be part of the greats, the amazing Rag’n’Bone Man. Through his take on “Skin” we are left with a sweet taste as we know that he is capable of creating lighting on a bottle himself.

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Artist: MisterWives

Song: Machine

Why? MisterWives are already a household name in the indie music scene and through “Machine” it is easy to see and hear why. The band unite various melodies and create a mature and unique experience with each of their tracks and while we are hypnotized by the magic of their soundscape we catch a glimpse of the message of the track and we understand that we must always be ourselves for our individuality is an amazing thing. Thanks MisterWives for reminding us to well…be ourselves always.

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Artist: Andrew Mancilla ft Decora

Song: It wasn’t me

Why? The funky indie pop of up and coming singer/songwriter Andrew Mancilla blend perfectly with hip hop verses of Decora and together they turn “It wasn’t me” into one of those great surprises that simply pops out of nowhere but you just know you are in front of a winner. Listen, enjoy, share and then repeat for this track and these artists are going place and it is clear that the place is up.

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I am the Man/Wolf hybrid who listens to amazing new music and aims to share it with all who visit www.wolfinasuit.com as I believe we all deserve a nice little tune to be part of the soundtrack of our daily adventures. So listen and enjoy some amazing gems with me.

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