jwz mixtape 231

Please enjoy jwz mixtape 231.

It has been almost three months since the last one! I guess my music discovery has slowed down quite a bit. I don't know what happened.

Have any new music video related blogs or channels I should be following?

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Current Music: as noted

15 Responses:

  1. Music Slave says:

    Specially for new music:


    Both of these have ~70% new music, at least as in newly-released:


    Don't ask about the naming :-)

  2. Paul says:

    Not a channel sorry.

    MOD CON - Ammo
    Singer Erica Dunn is also in Palm Springs and Tropical Fuck Storm.

  3. Paul says:

    Melbourne bands:


    2016, but they are playing again soon

    Cable ties

    Amy is the best.

    Suss Cunts


    I'll stop now. Melbourne bands. There's many more.

  4. AA says:

    Love Wet Leg? Also see Chaise Longue https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zd9jeJk2UHQ

  5. nooj says:

    Swell Tone has worked great for me for new music! https://swelltonemusic.com/tag/visual-playlist

    Nowness has great videos in general https://www.nowness.com, and a tag for music videos https://www.nowness.com/topic/music-video. Though in general they emphasize the visual artist more than the musical artist. For people more interested in the visual portion, Nowness has a lot of great dance videos and artsy digital videos and short films and interviews that sometimes have good music.

  6. Jim says:


    This is honestly the most fun I have ever had with any forced sterilization victim clearing more than $100 billion in perfume sales. I called Judge Penny's chambers the day of her public testimony, and talked to the same guy at 3:30 pm today. I swear I made his day each time. Let's hear it for the unsung chambers clerks!

    I don't have solid confirmation, but plenty of reason to believe that led to the most complaints ever filed against a California lawyer. Bucket list checked!

  7. Not a video blog (failed again) but as it's starting to look like this thread is it's own video blog - I think "How Can Anybody Be Sober These Days?" by Dr Sure's Unusual Practice is in your sweet spot:


    I may have just bought the vinyl...

  8. I'd forgotten about Die! Die! Die!. I saw them very early on in their career, back when they were more noisy. It was either them or their support band where the singer jumped into the audience, then ended up at the bar whilst still singing (and somehow no-one tripping over their microphone cable).

  9. M.E. says:

    One of my favorite mixtapes in a while!