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Song of the Week | Grace Gillespie – Human (Heart)

This week’s WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight is on the wonderful new single, “Human (Heart),” from London-based artist and producer Grace Gillespie. The track was released digitally on April 12th and physically on a James Morrison-curated vinyl release by Richer Unsigned on April 13th for Record Store Day. Gillespie released her debut singles “Restoration” and “Everything (Nothing)” in March 2018 via Kaleidoscope and swiftly caught the attention of music fans across the UK. Her song-writing and composition style blends folk traditions seamlessly together with a psych-pop vibe wrapped effortlessly around intriguing harmonies. It’s quite an…

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Song of the Week | Chloe Foy – Oh You Are Not Well

The WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight is once again aimed at the UK and this week it shines directly on musician Chloe Foy with the release of her stellar new single, “Oh You Are Not Well.” Foy discovered her love of music early on in her hometown of Gloucestershire and would go on to attend the Gloucester Academy of Music where she became a classically trained pianist and cellist. You can hear just how that training was utilized listening to her first single, “I’ve Got a Feeling,” released in 2012. 2016 saw the release of…

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Song of the Week | Saltwater Sun – The Great Deceiver

This week’s WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight focuses on the UK and shines brightly on the fantastic single “The Great Deceiver” from Reading band Saltwater Sun. It’s the title-track off their highly anticipated new EP out Friday, April 5th. Saltwater Sun is Jen Stearnes (vocals), Joel Neale (guitar), Dan Kingham (guitar), Rob Carter (bass) and Ben Chandler (drums). The five-piece released their debut EP, Wild, in 2015 and quickly found an audience thanks to powerfully emotional lyrics and super catchy guitar hooks. The new track, “The Great Deceiver,” is a three minute power-pop anthem on…

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Song of the Week | Diane Coffee – Like A Child Does

Photo credit: Alexa Viscius The new WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” is brightly focused on the stellar new single, “Like A Child Does,” from southern California musician Diane Coffee. It’s the second single from his forthcoming third album, Internet Arms, out April 19 on Polyvinyl. Diane Coffee is the dazzling glam-rock persona of the multi-talented artist Shaun Fleming. The former Foxygen drummer started to craft his new presence while on tour with the band and pretty much wrote and recorded the debut album, My Friend Fish, while on the road. It was released in 2013 and…

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Song of the Week | The Florets – Shapeshift

The latest edition of the WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight shines down on Australia and focuses on Melbourne’s The Florets. The wonderful new song, “Shapeshift,” is the band’s third single and follows, “Just Coast,” released in November and their debut, “Sleep,” which introduced the world to the five-piece last July. Forming in 2018 the Florets are Nick Mitty(Vocals/Guitar), Joshua Dawes(Bass), Kimbo Star(Keys), Alec Cimera(drums), & Amitay Moody(Guitar). Known for their energetic live shows the band has begun to build a strong fanbase within the Melbourne music scene and are currently preparing to release their debut…

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Song of the Week | Durand Jones & The Indications – Long Way Home

Photo credit: Rosie Cohe The latest WFMO & Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight is focused on the fantastic new single “Long Way Home” from Bloomington, IN band Durand Jones & The Indications. The hip-swaying song is off their sophomore album, American Love Call, released March 1st, 2019 via Dead Oceans/Colemine Records. The band are Durand Jones (vocals), Aaron Frazer (vocals/drums), Blake Rhein (guitars), Kyle Houpt (bass), and Steve Okonski (keys), five friends who met while studying at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. The Indications’ self-titled debut album was released in 2016 and the band hit the road…

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Song of the Week | illuminati hotties – I Wanna Keep Yr Dog

This week’s WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight shines down on Southern California and focuses on the ridiculously catchy new song “I Wanna Keep Yr Dog” from illuminati hotties, the Los Angeles band fronted by Sarah Tudzin. It’s the first new music released since their highly acclaimed 2018 debut album Kiss Yr Frenemies. The new single is a high-octane, indie-pop jam that blasts off the instant you press play, taking you on a three minute tear through fuzzed-out guitar riffs and sixties style hooks. Tie it all together with swinging Doo-wop drums and you have yourself a song that will…

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Song of the Week | HEZEN – Bring Your Alibi

The new WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight shines down on the UK and highlights the pulsing new single, “Bring Your Alibi,” from London-based musician and producer HEZEN. The new song is the first in a series of singles to be released throughout 2019, and if they are as fantastic as this then I will be quite pleased. HEZEN released her intense debut EP, Stigma, in 2017 and has quickly gained fans and recognition with her ability to produce a sound that mixes early electronic and industrial influencers perfectly together with modern pop hooks and lightening strike tempo…

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Song of the Week | Dear Boy – Semester

Photo Credit: Casey Curry ? The latest edition in the WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight shines down brightly on the brilliant new single, “Semester”, by Dear Boy. The Los Angeles quartet released their excellent, self-titled, debut EP in 2013 and put themselves on everyone’s radar with appearances at Austin’s SXSW festival along with touring alongside some pretty major acts like Cloud Nothings, Peter Murphy, and Sunflower Bean to name a few. Dear Boy are Ben Grey (vocals/guitar), Austin Hayman (guitar), Lucy Lawrence (bass) and Keith Cooper (drums). The song was self-produced by the band with Jackson…

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