Shit Robot

Marcus Lambkin is the Irish electronic musician calling himself Shit Robot.

His hypnotic new song, “OB-8”, is named after the vintage analog synthesizer dating from 1983.

Shit Robot

“OB-8″

Lopsided World of L

Something different this week from Jonathan L.

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“The Message”
“Una Para Todos es, Bandido”
“Burn My Shadow
“Xpander”
“Wicked Game”
“Chanson sans issue”
“Roller Blades (You Can’t Catch Me)”
“I Adore You”
“Red Right Hand” (live)
“French Rock & Roll”
“I Hate NY”
“A Handsome Stranger Called Death”
“7 Years”
“Mer Du Japon” (Sea Of Japan)
“Into The Ink”
“Heroes”
“Comes Undone”
“Dayglo”
“Dirty Lips”
“Battle Flag”
“Must Be The One”
“Time Zone”
“That’s Why Rock Stars Don’t Retire”
“Berlin Wall”
“Sunday Bloody Sunday”
“After School Special”
“La Flûte De Pan”
“Life And Times Of A Bonus Track”
“Sunscreen”

**Don’t be fooled. There are some songs
not done by the original artists

Want to know who did what?
Facebook message Jonathan L or e-mail jonathan@jlradio.com
He will tell you who, and send the entire playlist to you

Bob Moses

Bob Moses is a Canadian electronic duo based in Brooklyn.

Tom Howie and Jimmy Vallance
attended high school together in Vancouver. Howie went on to attend Berklee College of Music in Boston, Vallance to producing dance music.

The two accidently reconnected in New York and formed Bob Moses, the name a tribute to Robert Moses, a major New York City urban planner responsible for many of the iconic bridges and expressways in the City, not to mention Shea Stadium.

Days Gone By is their debut including the song “Tearing Me Up”.

Bob Moses

“Tearing Me Up”

Yeasayer

It’s been 4 years since we last heard from Yeasayer.

Brooklyn’s experimental foursome offer their 4th album, Amen & Goodbye, on April 1st.

“I Am Chemistry” is a pre-release.

Yeasayer

“I Am Chemistry”

jennylee

Warpaint bassist and singer/songwriter Jenny Lee Lindberg has a solo debut.

Referring to her solo self as jennylee, the album right on! features the song “boom boom”.

Jenny Lee

Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L, new music Monday from Berlin.

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*Dweezil Zappa “Rat Race” (Los Angeles)
*X-ite Project “Get Free Today” (Bremen, Germany)
*rekkorder “Locked” (Hamburg, Germany)
*Dim Zach “Discomare Sex” (Greece/Costa Rica)
*Somma “Cinza Fénix (Portugal)
*Operation:Mindcrime “Burn” (Seattle)
*Operation:Mindcrime “Life Or Death” (Seattle)
*Friendships “Ghost Hear” (Emu Point, W. Australia)
*Bam Spacey “Lova Mig” (Malmo, Sweden)
*Mrs. Howl “Her Story” (Tempe, Arizona)
*The Sunjays “Can’t Stand” (Hamburg, Germany)
*The Sneaky Nixons “Sex” (Liverpool, England)
*Naked Highway “Never Cared” (New York)
*The Black Sparrows “Crown And Cushion” (London)
*All The Kings Men “City Lights” (Manchester)
*Doll Skin “Wring Me Out” (Phoenix, Arizona)
*exmagician “Kiss That Wealth Goodbye” (Belfast, Ireland)
*Life Is Better Blonde “Mine” (Melbourne, AU)
*Lax Lizzard “da Beach” (Berlin, Germany)
*The Noble Thiefs “Made Of Stone” (Winnipeg, Canada)
*Niall James Holohan “New Wave (Is…)” (London/Denmark)
*Hot Vestry “Parallel To Tomorrow” (Macclesfield, U.K.)
+Shirley Levi “Harvest Moon”(1 take-iPhone) (Los Angeles)
*Men In The Sky “If I Go” (U.K./Canada)
*Sugarmen “Plastic Ocean” (Liverpool, England)
*The Coathangers “Watch Your Back” (Atlanta, Georgia)
*So Star “Mobilize On The Dance Floor” (Manchester)
JOAN JETT SONG OF WEEK: “Love Is Pain”
*New Order “Academic” (Manchester, England)

Methyl Ethel

Methyl Ethel, a trio from Perth, will emerge from Down Under in 2016.

Their debut album Oh Inhumane Spectacle made a splash in Australia last year.

The song “Twilight” will move them beyond their home shores.

Methyl Ethel

“Twilight Driving”

ON AND ON

ON AND ON, hail from Minneapolis.

This trio released their 2nd album And The Wave Has Two Sides, last year.

It is only now getting the attention that it deserves.

Listen here to the soft beauty of ”Icon Love”.

ON AND ON

“Icon Love”

School of Seven Bells

Sadly, SVIIB will be the final album from School of Seven Bells, a band I was so fond of.

What began as a trio with twin sisters Alejandra and Claudia Deheza and Benjamin Curtis, transformed into a duo when Claudia left in 2010.

Tragically Benjamin died of lymphoma in 2013.

SVIIB
is the abbreviation for School of Seven Bells and Curtis did complete his parts before becoming sick.

“Open Your Eyes” from the album coming next month.

SVIIB

“Open Your Eyes”

Half Moon Run

Half Moon Run is a Montreal quartet who released their 2nd album, Sun Leads Me On, late last year.

Compelling harmonies on the new single “Turn Your Love”.

Half Moon Run

“Turn Your Love”

Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L from Berlin, only on Monday, here.

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*Basia Bulat “Infamous” (Toronto, Canada)
*Oranj Son “Pyscho Disco Face” (Ellesmere Port, England)
*Monster Jaw f/Justin Sullivan “Why” (Leeds, England)
*Public Service Broadcasting “Sputnik” (London)
*Lukas Graham “7 Years” (Copenhagen, Denmark)
*Smokey Bastard “Baba Yaga” (Reading, England)
*Pound Of Flesh “Believe” (new mix) (Chicago)
*Lydmor & Bon Homme “Dream Of Fire” (Copenhagen)
*Campbell L Sangster “Odds Are Stacked”(London/Liverpool)
*Lizzy Lee “Irresistable” (New York City)
*Junior Boys “Big Black Coat” (Ontario, Canada)
*rekkorder “Under Fire” (Hamburg, Germany)
*The Deadline Shakes “Shelters” (Glasgow, Scotland)
*The Levons “Too Strange” (Liverpool)
*Leanne Kingwell “So Long” (Fischer Z cover) (Melbourne)
*Genoveva (Kachurkova) “Kain’s Theme” (Mascedonia)
*Barney Goodall & The Nighthawks “If We Don’t…(Liverpool)
*Alpha Shallows “Set The Fires” (Leeds/Wakefield, England)
JOAN JETT SONG OF WEEK: “Treadin’ Water”
*Gavin Turek & TokiMonsta “Hemisphere” (Los Angeles)
*Salute “Diamond (Gold Rush)” (Brighton/Vienna)
*Colours “Monster” (Florida)
*Tindersticks f/Jehnny Beth “We Are Dreamers” (Nottingham)
*Doll Skin “Blind” (Phoenix, AZ)
*Keema “Tell Me Where It Hurts” (Copenhagen)
*Autolux “Soft Scene” (Los Angeles)

Daughter

Like yesterday, another wonderful trio led by a female vocalist.

Daughter hail from London. Not To Disappear, due shortly, will be their 2nd.

“Numbers”, the new single, is gorgeous.

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“Numbers”

Sunflower Bean

Sunflower Bean, a young trio based in Brooklyn, debut with their album Human Ceremony next month.

A band to watch.

“Easier Said” is the lead track.

Sunflower Bean

“Easier Said”

Hinds

Hinds is a Spanish female garage quartet based in Madrid.

Once known as Deers, they had to change their name due to a previous trademark.

Hinds (female deer) just released their debut album Leave Me Alone featuring the single “Garden”.

Hinds

“Garden”

Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L is Monday strong.

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Kosoti “Gone Too Far” (Newcastle, England)
Ruthie Collins “Ramblin’ Man” (Nashville)
Skellums “The Avenue” (Liverpool)
Ballerina Black “Blue-ish Grey” (Los Angeles)
FFS “The Power Couple” (Glasgow/Los Angeles)
Daybehavior “Cambiare” (Stockholm, Sweden)
Space “Strange World” (Liverpool)
Void “Not The One” (Wales)
Jodz “Waiting (Till Then)” (Manchester, England)
Rew Starr “A lot Of Mistakes” (N.Y.C.)
The Winachi Tribe “Time For Love” (Warrington, U.K.)
Ilona “Beautiful Country” (London)
Boris Carloff “Cos You Know” (Czech Republic)
Shooze “Trouble In London” (Redditch, U.K.)
Ali Ingle “Hey Kid” (London/Liverpool)
Little Brother Eli “Dreams” (Oxford, England)
The Plastic Pals “Timing Is Everything” (Stockholm)
The Shy Lips “Bahia Part 2” (Gothenburg, Sweden)
Postcards From Jeff “Suburban Girl” (Manchester)
Filter Distortion “Frequency Modulation” (Liverpool)
Robert Lauri “In The Dark” (Paris, France)
The Small Society “Political Songs…” (Guildford, U.K.)
Milton Star “Things Fall Apart” (Fife, Scotland)
Deeper Upper “Stoneworks” (Lithuania)
Showstar “The Trouble Is” (Belgium)
So-Star f/Que Da Wiz “Koko” (Manchester)
Gang Of Four f/ H.Gronemeyer “The Dying Rays” (London)
The Sunjays “Slow Speed” (Hamburg, Germany)
Juno Reactor “Zombie” (GMS remix) (London)

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