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CODA BREAKER

A bi-weekly newsletter featuring new music and throwbacks curated by Brian Rinaldi and Raymond Camden

You can catch all of the picks in this issue on this week's playlist.

New to Coda Breaker? A reminder that all of song picks from our archives are available at https://codabreaker.rocks/

New Music

Some of our favorite recent releases.

Brian recommends...

Otherside

Young Franco

Young Franco is a DJ and producer from Brisbane, Australia and I fell in love with this track for its beat.

Ray recommends...

All Over Now

The Cranberries

From the final album with Dolores O’Riordan, this track is fairly typical Cranberries, which mean its pretty damn wonderful.

Brian recommends...

Knock Me Off My Feet

SOAK

SOAK is a singer by the name of Bridie Monds-Watson from Northern Ireland. This song is from her new album ‘Grim Town’ coming out April 26th.

Ray recommends...

Close to You

Alice Ivy


A great track by an artist I've never heard of before. I'm jumping into her web site (http://www.aliceivymusic.net/) now to find out more.

New to You and Throwbacks

These are some our favorites that are not necessarily new.

Brian recommends...

Song for Zula

Phosphorescent

Phosphorescent had a recent release which featured an amazing song called "New Birth in New England." However, this song from 2013 has just been sticking with me lately - so much so that I basically have it on repeat.

Ray recommends...

Theme

Unsure

I really like the new Dr. Who theme but it seems to short. This fan edited version extends it a bit and just really emphasizes the strong bass sounds of the updated introduction.

Brian recommends...

Natacha Atlas

Leysh Nat'Arak

Although she frequently sang in Arabic, as in this sone, Natacha Atlas was actually from Belgium. Her first solo release, Diaspora, produced a number of fantastic songs, this being my personal favorite, though "Yalla Chant" was probably more well known.

Ray recommends...

Main Theme - Legend of Zelda

Kosuke Yamashita

A friend has really gotten me back into Zelda recently and this is a nice, orchestral version of the original theme. I still like the pure original version, but this one felt very well done.

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