This 32nd edition of Ready to be your Soundtrack includes the alluring indie folk-pop treat about love, by the French singer-songwriter, Mathieu Saïkaly, the highly energetic alternative rock banger with a compelling vocal performance, by the British singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Findlay, the “lost in the haze”, lo-fi, indie electronic treasure,  by the Irish-based, solo, experimental, electronic-rock project, Stone Down The Well, the great alternative/classic rock mixture, by the newly formed, Seattle-based alternative rock band Mattlock and The Keys, the composed in honor of her father neoclassical jewel unleashing optimism & gratitude, by Los Angeles based multi-media composer, songwriter and arranger, Carolyn Barela, the kaleidoscopic experimental, ambient, post-rock (with math rock running in veins!) odyssey inspired by the “Six Corners” crossing in Chicago’s Wicker Park neighbourhood, from the experienced drummer going solo, William Covert, the genre-bending, experimental bass single, which combines elements from hip-hop, funk, jazz, and r&b , by Michigan-made electronic music producer, R3IXY, the epic, super playful and always current jazz-vocal “twister”, from Award-winning jazz singer, songwriter and recording artist Ori Dagan, the superb idm/psych rock blend which contains some ultra addictive, fuzzy guitar riffs, by the Auckland born, Melbourne based artist & producer, Kererū, and last but not least the ear-melting indie folk debut single dedicated to her father, by Berlin-based musician, Elsdeer
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Ready?

Mathieu Saïkaly – ‘Pourquoi tu me dis je t’aime

Findlay – ‘Somehow, Someday’

Stone Down The Well – ‘The Blank Spaces’

Mattlock and The Keys – ‘County Jail’

Carolyn Barela – ‘Always with Me’

William Covert – ‘Six Corners’

R3IXY – ‘Wonky’

Ori Dagan – ‘Viruses’ (feat. Erik Flow)

Kererū – ‘Begin’

Elsdeer – ‘Ten Years Time’

[Illustration: Thomas C. Fedro]

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Christos Doukakis