We’ve got a whole host of great new music for the latest originally titled “What’s Good” mixtape here on the ‘ole Walrus, featuring an eclectic array of artists from the latest hype bands to the unknown and unsigned.
This week’s playlist has been made with support from the fine folks at MN2S, an independent booking agency and label services firm that represents the likes of RUN-DMC, Claire Morgan, and Culture Beat in over 100 countries around the globe.
Onto the music…
We kick things off with the timeless melancholy of Jens Kuross‘s Nobody’s Problem, before easing into the beautiful folktronica of Sault Ste Marie‘s The House By Wilshire and the similarly elegant Romeo from Seaker.
KEAH‘s skittish Float closes out the electronic side of the playlist as we move into the dramatic bass-driven grungey indie of Thyla‘s Car Crash. We then have a triplet of indie pop from Basement Revolver, REWS, and Tacocat, before October Drift close us out with Losing My Touch.