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Josie Boivin is a Montreal-based musician who records under the name Munya. With pristine production, tasteful live instrumentation, and an impossibly gorgeous vocal delivery, Munya’s music is a…
Travel with Maia and Krystine through Barcelona, Spain, as they cover the FIFA Women's World Cup.
Camilo Medina and Javier Forero met as kids in Bogotá before reuniting in Miami, where they began their musical collaboration. In Chicago, the duo were joined by Guillermo Rodriguez and Pierce Codina…
Dark Tea is the musical project of Gary Canino, an NYC-based songwriter whose country-inflected rock takes on an amorphous quality, moving from moody to shimmery, pulling the listener in and taking…
On today's episode, Krystine and Maia experience the Women's World Cup while traveling through Berlin, Germany, then return to Paris to catch the USA vs CHI, live from Parc de Princes.  
Warpark are an NYC trio who play loud, groovy rock music. Using the classic drums/bass/guitar setup with a heavy dose of far out sonic textures, the group has a unique take on guitar rock.
James Supercave is the LA-based trio comprised of Joaquin Pastor, Patrick Logothetti, and Andrés Villalobos (joined here by drummer Julien Boyé). The group’s soulful music embodies the sort of…
On today's show, Krystine and Maia report on the first few days of the FIFA Women's World Cup from Paris and Berlin! First game of World Cup at Point Ephemere, Paris (June 7, 2019) Point…
Ida Mae is the Nashville-based duo of Chris Turpin and Stephanie Jean, who are originally from the UK. The musical and romantic partners developed the project in the wake of their previous band, taking inspiration from the Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee song, “Ida Mae” as they forged a new musical path. Their powerful blend of guitar and voice uses a strong sense of melody and pop structure, making for a refreshing mix of British soul and Americana. The duo stopped by while on tour with Greta Van Fleet to share this intimate look at their tunes with us at Serious Business Music in Brooklyn. Ida Mae’s debut album, Chasing Lights, is available now from Thirty Tigers.
Jo Schornikow is an Australian songwriter - currently based in Nashville - with an impressively strong and gentle voice. As a member of her partner Matthew Houck’s band, Phosphorescent, she plays a…
It's World Cup Eve! In our last episode before the games begin, we discuss recent friendlies & our updated predictions. The second half of today's show features a discussion with three high school…
Human People - aka the NYC rock band comprised of four human people: Hayley Livingston, Marisa Gershenhorn, Victoria Guillem, and Abigail Austin - brings an excitedly catchy, scrappy, poppiness to the booming Exploding In Sound Records roster.

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