Patrick Watson

The Melodic Tree’s Weekly Playlist

1. Dreams via Memories – Ceramic Animals

2. Wire – Omni

3. Social Skills – Naps

4. To Connect – Floating Action

5. Powerful Love – Field Medic

6. Miss You – The Concretes

7. Rasberry Seeds – Petite League

8. Advanced Falconry – Mutual Benefit

9. I Am Over Here – Eerie Wanda

10. Seein* Starz – Jessica Lea Mayfield

11. What’s in it For? – Avi Buffalo

12. I Love You – The Bees

13. Earthquake – This is The Kit

14. Fireflies Made Out of Dust – Happy Jawbone Family Band

15. Come On Home – Lijadu Sisters

16. Good Dancers – The Sleepy Jackson

17. Adventures In Your Own Backyard – Patrick Watson

18. It’s  Time to Wake Up 2023 – La Femme

19. Daydreaming – Dark Dark Dark

20. Silver Timothy – Damien Jurado

The Melodic Tree’s Weekly Playlist

1. Just A Dream – Tobias Jesso Jr.

2. Exploding – Jim James

3. Sedona – Houndmouth

4. Black Metal – Max Jury

5. Reunion – Still Parade

6. Coins On Your Eyes – Revier

7. Collapse – Vancouver Sleep Clinic

8. For My Help – Hayden Calnin

9. A Thin Line – Blackchords

10. My Own – Whitaker

11. For You – Parallel Lions

12. Bridge -High Highs

13. Hold My Hand – Jen Cloher

14. I Would Die for You – Matt Walters

15. Brother – Matt Corby

16. Boardwalks – Little May

17. By Night – Puzzle Muteson

18. Baiulus – The Black Atlantic

19. Love Songs For Robots – Patrick Watson

20. Reconfiguration – Other Lives

Osheaga Music festival announces 2015 lineup through mobile driving game

Montreal’s Osheaga Music Festival released its 3015 lineup in a immensely creative way today by releasing a mobile driving game called The Road to Osheaga which gives the users the ability to find out the names of the artists through collecting musical notes.

Some of the lineup includes The Black Keys, Kendrick Lamar, Florence and the Machine, St. Vincent, Alt-J, The Decemberists, Hot Chip, Weezer, Nas, Tyler the Creator, Interpol, The Kills, Caribou, Run the Jewels, Future Islands, The War on Drugs, and Father John Misty.

Also on the lineup is Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals, The Avett Brothers, Of Monsters and Men, Brand New, Tove Lo, Charli XCX, Gary Clark Jr., Action Bronson, ScHoolboy Q, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Young the Giant, Patrick Watson, Twin Shadow, First Aid Kit, Toro y Moi, Philip Selway, MS MR, Viet Cong, Alvvays, Slyvan Esso, Milky Chance, Marina and the Diamonds, Raury, Strand of Oaks, Glass Animals, San Fermin, and Young Fathers. 

The music festival will take place the weekend of July 31st – August 2nd at the Parc Jean-Drapeau in Montreal. The full lineup will be released on March 24th which is the same day that tickets go on sale.