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Listen to the December 12th edition of No Filter.
- The Wooden Sky – Oh My God (It Still Means a lot to me) / Christmas All Over Again
- Great Lake Swimmers – They Don’t Make Them Like That Anymore / Hang a String of Lights
- Little Scream – People
- Sam Patch – St. Sebastian
- Adrian Underhill – Not Good Enough
- Jessy Lanza – I Talk Bb (Morgan Geist Remix)
- Kid Koala – The Observable Universe
- Sarah Neufeld – Where the Light Comes In (Loscil Remix)
- New Fries – JZ III
- Top 5 Songs of the week
- Sigur Ros – Hoppipolla
- Hand Habits – Flower Glass
- Sylvan Esso – Kick Jump Twist
- Tim Cohen – John Hughes
- Diana – What You Get
- Frigs – Chest
- Braid – Next of Kin
- Preoccupations – Degraded
- Carly Rae Jepsen – Last Christmas
Mark down on your calendar for February 3rd, 2017.
That is when Vancouver’s Louise Burns is set to release her new album Young Mopes.
Here is the second single which is called Who’s The Madman.
It has this upbeat 80s pop rock sound similiar to like Belinda Carlisle.
Burns created the album with co-producer Colin Stewart (Dan Mangan, Black Mountain).
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