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Song of the Week | The Golden Age of TV – Caught in Doors

Photo credit: Andrew Benge This week’s WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight is focused yet again on the city in West Yorkshire, England. It is the third time that Leeds band The Golden Age of TV are SOTW recipients, making them the first to three-peat! This time the honor is for the brilliant new single, “Caught in Doors,” which will be featured on their upcoming self-titled EP due to be released soon. The Golden Age of TV are Bea Fletcher (vocals), Andrew Edwards (bass/vocals), Sam Carty (vocals/guitar/keys), Ryan Bird (guitar), and Josh Ketch (drums. The quintet…

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Song of the Week | Eliza Shaddad – Girls

The new WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” is sharply focused on London and shines down for the second time on Eliza Shaddad. Today we highlight her brand new single, “Girls,” out today via Big Indie Records and will be on her upcoming EP due for release early next year. It’s the first new music since her excellent debut full-length album, Future, released October 2018. Shaddad is an acclaimed musician who has played in the popular UK jazz band Hansu-Tori and was a member of the UK band Clean Bandit. She broke out on her own in…

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Song of the Week | Basement Revolver – Wax and Digital

Photo Credit: Kyle Fisher The WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight is once again sharply focused on the Canadian province of Ontario. It is the second time we are highlighting Hamilton band Basement Revolver and this time it is for their epic new single, “Wax and Digital,” the title-track from the upcoming EP due out October 18th via Sonic Unyon. Basement Revolver are Chrisy Hurn (vocals/guitar), Nimal Agalawatte (bass/synth), Brandon Munroe (drums) and newest member of the crew Jonathan Malström (guitar). The addition of former The Crimson Permanent guitarist has elevated the band’s emotionally intense sound…

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Song of the Week | Anna of the North – Dream Girl

The latest WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight is focused on the beautiful country of Norway and shines down brightly for the second time on Anna of the North. Today it’s on the brilliant new single and title-track, “Dream Girl,” off the Oslo musician’s upcoming sophomore album out October 25th via Play It Again Sam. Anna of the North is the stage name of Anna Lotterud and she’s been making Nordic waves in the music world ever since her debut single, “Sway,” dropped back in 2014. Her debut full-length, “Lovers” was released to much rejoicing in…

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Song of the Week | Bill Scorzari – It All Matters

The WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight is sharply focused on the beautiful new single from Bill Scorzari titled, “It All Matters,” off the New York-based musician’s upcoming album, Now I’m Free, out September 20th independently. Scorzari has been crafting his distinct style of Americana for a while now, picking up his first guitar at the age of eight and performing his very first gig at thirteen. After a two decade stint in the world of law a life-changing event, the passing of his beloved father, saw him turn his sights back to his true passion…

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Song of the Week | Talkboy – All Works Out

Photo credit: Daisie Jacobs The latest WMFO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight focuses once again on the UK city of Leeds and shines down for the second time on Talkboy. We’ve squared our sites on their wonderful new single, “All Works Out,” taken from the band’s upcoming debut EP due out soon. Talkboy are Katie Heap (vocals), Calum Juniper (vocals), Tim Malkin (guitar), Charlotte Jones (keys), Tom Sargent (bass), and Jake Greenway (drums). Having officially formed in 2017, and with only four other (brilliant) singles to their name, they have begun to weave their way through…

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Song of the Week | Robert Ellis – Everyone’s Gone To The Moon

The new WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight shines down on the beautiful version of the classic number, “Everyone’s Gone To The Moon,” from Houston musician Robert Ellis. The single was released this week to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon launch which took place on July 16th, 1969. “Everyone’s Gone To The Moon” was written and recorded by UK musician Jonathan King in 1965 and has been performed by so many amazing bands/musicians including The Flaming Lips, Bobby Womack, Percy Faith, and many more. However, it was the Nina Simone version that…

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Song of the Week | Party Hardly – Rats In The Kitchen

Photo credit: Donald Braddock The latest WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight is focused once again on the UK city of Leeds and shines on the fantastic single “Rats In The Kitchen” from Party Hardly. It’s the latest track from the band’s upcoming sophomore EP, Modern Strife is Rubbish, due out July 26th. Party Hardly consists of Tom Barr (guitars, vocals), Matt Pownall  (guitars, vocals), Stanley Braddock (bass, vocals) and Lachlan Banner (drums). They take a unique approach to that classic Britpop style made famous by the nineties legends that came before them and kick it…

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Song of The Week | Boy Scouts – Get Well Soon

Photo Credit: Ulysses Ortega The latest WFMO X Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight shines brightly on the beautiful new single, “Get Well Soon,” from Oakland-based songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Taylor Vick’s project Boy Scouts. The song is off her upcoming album, Free Company, out August 30th via Anti-. “Get Well Soon” takes on the difficulty of comforting a loved one during a rough time and sadly realizing that the person you want so desperately to protect isn’t taking the necessary steps to help themselves. When asked on the subject matter of the personal song Vick said “It’s a…

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