#FMFTRACKPICKS: SIGNALS [VOLUME 42] [07082017]

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Each weekend our international team of contributors agree on three sets of tracks released throughout the week that have captured our collective hearts. The first set of selections make up our Saturday compilation, entitled ‘SIGNALS’, and focuses on emerging artists recently brought to our attention. On Sunday, we released our ‘CONTACT’ compilation, this time shining a spotlight on artists we’ve been familiar with for some time. We also compile a third themed compilation entitled ‘AMPLIFY’, which focuses on tracks from our favourite indie rock, alternative, garage, punk, and garage rock bands.

We invite you to join us as we explore the best new music from groundbreaking artists who represent the past, present, and future of alternative pop.

Want more of our compilations? Visit the links below
SIGNALS: Remarkable singles from artists recently added to our radar.
CONTACT: Outstanding singles from our favourite established artists.
AMPLIFY: New music from our favourite indie, alternative, punk, and garage rock acts.
ALL COMPILATIONS

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📡#FMFTRACKPICKS: SIGNALS [VOL. 42] | Feat. @illyinpipes @itsLeyeT @MayaKilltron @_LilyMcQueen ‏and more!

TRACKS SELECTED BY:

🇨🇦 ADAM ALEXANDER, 🇵🇱 ADRIAN CZECH, 🇨🇦 ASHLEY AINSLIE, 🇲🇾 BRYAN KHOO, 🇦🇺 JOHNATHAN SALTER, 🇨🇦 RYAN KELLY

COMPILED BY:

ADAM

TRACKLISTING:

 Claude Speeed — 8888011 (64GB)
 Illyin Pipes — WAKING UP
 LeyeT — CALL U OUT
 Olga Bell — SPECIAL LEAVE
 Felix Pallas — SIMILARITIES
 Lune – L$D
 GIA KOKA — ORIGAMI
 KOLAJ — FIRST TIME WITH YOU
 Maya Killtron — WHIPLASH
 Jade Bird — SOMETHING AMERICAN
 Lily McQueen — SAY SOMETHING
 Feiertag – BUNRAKU (FEAT. DAVID HARKS)
 Lostboycrow — SPIN THE GLOBE

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About Adam Alexander

Adam is a time traveler sent on a mission from the 80s where he remains stranded in the present. This blog functions as a record of any new audio-visual discoveries reminiscent of his beloved neon decade. Please contact us with any info in regards to the location of a functional Delorean, Tardis, Phonebooth, Hot tub, Wormhole, or any other means of time travel. Adam also contributes music videos to IMVDb, and is a juror for Prism Prize 📼
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