Lopsided World of L

We have Jonathan L for new music broadcasting from Berlin.

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*Nightmen “Ahahahah (oh no)” (Malmö, Sweden)
*Aquaserge “C’est pas tout mais” (Toulouse, France)
*Gozer Goodspeed “Rattlebone Colour” (Plymouth, England)
*Thievery Corporation “True Sons Of Zion” (Washington DC)
*Depeche Mode “Where’s The Revolution” (Essex, England)
*Wills & The Willing “Butterflies” (London, England)
*Balkan Beat Box “Chin Chin” (BR remix) (Tel Aviv, Israel)
*Kensington Road “Here We Go Now” (Berlin, Germany)
*Demon Head “Menneskeæderen” (Copenhagen, Denmark)
*Lunar Twin “Waves” (Hawaii / Salt Lake City, Utah)
+Daniel Ash “Freedom I Love” (Northampton, England)
*Joolz Denby & Henning Kugel “Narcotika” (London/Germany)
*Kenny Laakkinen f/Damian Pipes “With The…” (Germany)
+Ida Elena “The Butterfly” (Rome, Italy)
RAMONES SONG OF WEEK: “It’s Not My Place In The 9…”
*The Black Angels “Currency” (Austin, Texas)
*Turbobier “Frei Sei” (Vienna, Austria)
*Parekh & Singh “Philosophize” (Kolkata, India)
*Sinplus “Crazy Life” (remix) (Losone, Switzerland)
*Bentcousin “Roller Disco” (Brighton, England)
*Halfwait “Without You” (Sydney, Australia)
*Nightwish “My Walden” (Live) (Kitte, Finland)
*The Sweeps “How Do You Want…” (Hamburg, Germany)
*Society 1 “It’s Yours Now” (Hollywood, CA)
*Black Star Riders “When The Night…(Ireland/L.A.)
RAMMSTEIN SONG OF WEEK: “Ein Lied”
*KXM f/ Dug Pinnick/George Lynch “Breakout” (Los Angeles)
*Grus Parade “Forthcoming Nonintellectual…(Finland)

Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L on Monday and for the week while I am away diving.

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Lopsided World of L (Hour 2)

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*The Treehouse Children “Woo” (Newcastle, New S.Wales)
*Young Fathers “Only God Knows” (Edinburgh, Scotland)
+Dada “Dizz Knee Land” (Celebrating 25 years) (L.A.)
*Leah “This Present Darkness” (British Colombia, Canada)
*Justice “Heavy Metal” (Paris, France)
*Andy K Leland “The Kingdom” (Italy)
*WVM “Sown” (Los Angeles)
*Afrojockers & V1r00z “Love You Anymore” (Sudan/Poland)
*Danny Warsnop “Mexico” (U.K./Nashville)
*The Byzantines “Top Boy” (Adelaide, Australia)
*Sallie Ford “Screw Up” (Portland, Oregon)
*Bitterfeldt “Anatole” (intro) (Bitterfeld, Germany)
*Bitterfeldt “Zauberland” (Bitterfeld, Germany)
*Traveller “Til The Storm’s Over” (Edinburgh, Scotland)
*Vonny & Clyde “Believe In Yourself” (Hamburg, Germany)
*Little Brother Eli “Oceans” (Oxford, England)
*Patrons “The Art Of Conversation” (Plymouth, England)
*Vullnet Neziri f/Curtisay “Someday I’ll…(Macedonia)
*MYA Project “It’s All About Imagination” (Los Angeles)
RAMMSTEIN SONG OF WEEK: Feeling B “Schlendrian”)
*One-Half Nelson “The Body Track” (New York City)
*Days Indoors “Smile” (London, England)
*Echo Arcadia “Get Out Of Here” (Edinburgh, Scotland)
*Calling All Astronauts “Divisive” (London, England)
*Palmas “Floating In The Dark” (Philadelphia)
*Jack Russell’s Great White “My Addiction” (L.A.)
RAMONES SONG OF WEEK: Joey Ramone “Eyes Of Green”
*La Bella Luna “Mother Sonic”(Hyper Sonic Rmx) (London)
*Housecrusherzzz “Get Ready” (Vienna, Austria)

Basement

After a long hiatus the British band Basement return to form with the album Promise Everything.

Rock out to the title track.

“Promise Everything”

Sylvan Esso

Sylvan Esso intrigued us with their self-titled debut in 2014.

What Now will be the follow-up leading with the song “Die Young”.

“Die Young”

Portugal. The Man

Portugal. The Man, Alaska’s favorite rockers have a new album in the works.

Woodstock has been 4 years in the making. “Feel It Still” is the song.

Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L Monday’s new music podcast.

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*The Dahmers “Dusk” (Malmö, Sweden)
*The Cult “Hinterland” (Bradford, England)
*Ian Turner vs Tony T “#1”(NaXwell remix) (Germany)
*Meri Amber “Back To The 90s” (Sydney, Australia)
*Jack Russell’s Great White “Spy vs Spy” (Los Angeles)
*Ray Davies “Poetry” (London, England)
*Goldfrapp “Silver Eye” (London, England)
*Echo Arcadia “Into The Shadows” (Edinburgh, Scotland)
RAMONES SONG OF WEEK: Dee Dee Ramone “Baby Doll”
*Josh Michaels “Awaken Now” (N. Y. C.)
*Leah “Old World” (British Columbia, Canada)
*La Bella Luna “DJ” (Scratch mix) (London, England)
*Lola Dutronic “Everybody Loves…” (Düsseldorf/Toronto)
*The Tossers “Erin Go Bagh” (Chicago)
*Tackhead f/B. Fowler “Black…” (RoboBassHiFi Mx) (Germany)
*Loocties “In My House” (new mix) (Warchau, Poland)
*Divisionists “Say Can You” (London, England)
*Hayden Buchanan “Prescription” (Sydney, Australia)
*Owen Ni & Grim Avenue “Elektrikon” (Huntsville, Alabama)
+It’s Immaterial “Driving Away From Home” (Liverpool)
*New Model Army “Die Trying” (Bradford, England)
*New Model Army “Born Feral” (Bradford, England)
*Adwaith “PWYSAU” (Carmarthen, So. Wales)
*Coast To Coast “Post Graduation” (Birmingham, England)
*The Bottom Line “Pull Me Out” (London, England)
RAMMSTEIN SONG OF WEEK: “Sonne”
*So-Star f/Chris Hardy “I Think To…” (Manchester, England)

Fleet Foxes

After a 5 year hiatus, we will soon have a new Fleet Foxes album, Crack-Up.

Father John Misty (Joshua Tillman) is no longer drumming for the band, but the exquisite vocals of Robin Pecknold continue define the band’s distinctive sound.

“Third of May” is our first listen.

“Third of May”

Girlpool

Girlpool is the L.A. duo Cleo Tucker and Harmony Tividad.

Loved the song “Slutmouth” from their debut a couple of years ago.

Powerplant, the 2nd album, is expected in May.

“123” is the first single.

“Slutmouth”

“123”

Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L, more great new music.

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*Billy Bibby & The Wry Smiles “Substitute” (Wales)
*Rebuilt Electric “Naked” (Mannheim, Germany)
*Laura A “Love Me(Never Let Me Go)” (Northern Scotland)
*Atticus Chimps “Illusion” (Gold Coast, Queensland, AU)
*Me And That Man “My Church Is Black” (Gdańsk, Poland)
*Turbobier “A Mensch Is A Mensch” (Vienna, Austria)
*My Son The Bum “Mad Man” (Oceanside, New York)
*Rytious “Cheka Mina” (Johannesburg, South Africa)
*Slam Cartel “World Star Love” (London, England)
*Iggy Pop f/ Danger Mouse “Gold” (Miami, FL)
RAMMSTEIN SONG OF WEEK: “Dalia Lama”
*Forever Still “Miss Madness” (Acoustic) (Copenhagen)
*Niterunner “Out Of Your Hands” (Brisbane, AU)
*Baloji f/Russo “F.I.N.I.” (Congo/Belgium)
RAMONES SONG OF WEEK: “Garden Of Serenity”
*J Star f/Ranking Joe “Bad Boy Stepping” (West London)
*Jarxx “Illusion” (Poland)
*Parekh & Singh “ Love You Baby…(Kolkata, India)
*Daniel Ash “You Unravel Me” (Northampton, England)
*Jimmy Bowskill & Carlos Del Junco “Confidence…” (Canada)
*The Harlots “Chopin” (Melbourne, Australia)
*Speaker First “The Anthem” (West Java, India)
*Switzerland “Papaya” (Dublin, Ireland)
*Betontod “Verdammt schwer” (Rheinberg, Germany)
*Save Ferris f/Neville Staple “New Sound” (Los Angeles)
*Grandaddy “Evermore” (Modesto, California)
+Norquay “Animal” (Glasgow, Scotland)
*The Modern Savage “Girl From…” (Anchorage, Alaska)
*Ariana Grande “Dangerous Woman” (Carone rx)(Milan, Italy)

Bob Moses

Last year on the 5th of February “Tearing Me Up” by Bob Moses was featured here.

I am so pleased that the remix of the song won a Grammy Award.

The original post is reprinted below and I have added the remix by RAC as well.

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”

“Tearing Me Up” (RAC Remix)

Ride

Ride, the shoegazing band from England, broke up in 1996.

Recently reformed, the band released their first new song in 21 years!

“Charm Assault” came out a week ago. The day after, Ride also gave us the song “Home is a Feeling”.

“Charm Assault”

“Home is a Feeling”

Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L, yes Monday once again.

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*The Survival Code “One” (London, England)
*Ian Turner vs Tony T “#1” (Germany)
*Sinplus “One And The Same” (Losone, Switzerland)
*Justice “Randy” (Paris, France)
*Vito “Masquerade” (Newcastle Upon Tyne, England)
*Saturday Nite Fish Fry f/Ania Soul “Black Rose…” (Ontario)
*The Winachi Tribe “Lay Your Guns…” (Warrington, England)
*Rachel Loren “Broken” (New York City)
*Electric Floor “Bluedive” (Conenza, Italy)
*Perpacity DVL “The Edge Of Everything” (Denmark/U.K.)
*The Starling Radicals “V.I.P.” (South Wales)
*New Kingston “Kingston Fyah” (Kingston, Jamaica)
*Joel Gion “Tomorrow” (San Francisco)
*Alle Farben “Bad Ideas” (Berlin, Germany)
*Switzerland “Starting Out” (Dublin, Ireland)
*Danny Warsnop “Anyone But Me” (U.K./Nashville)
*Cassady Southern “Feet On The Ground” (Sydney, AU)
*Lee Fields & Expressions “Make This World” (Brooklyn, NY)
*Sallie Ford “Get Out” (Portland, Oregon)
RAMONES SONG OF WEEK: (Joey Ramone) “New York City”
*Vertigo “Get Away” (Brisbane, Australia)
*Ron Oneal “Pull Up In Da Wraith” (N.Y.C.)
*New Model Army “Weak And Strong” (Bradford, England)
*High Tiny Hairs “BCNA” (Montblanc, Tarragona)
*Ten Fé “Twist Your Arm” (London, England)
*Equinox f/Dementio13 “Goodbye” (United Kingdom)
*Howe Gelb “Relevant” (Tucson, Arizona)
*Ezrato f/Stella Rhymes “Noir” (Launceston, Tasmania)
*Dakota “Icon” (Netherlands)
RAMMSTEIN SONG OF WEEK: Mein Herz Brennt (BN mix)

Pixx

Pixx, a 21 year-old British singer, will debut with Age of Anxiety in June.

Borrowing the album’s title from W.H. Auden’s final poem, “I Bow Down” is the early single.

“I Bow Down”

Lana Del Rey

Lana Del Rey with a new song, “Love”, an ode to the theme of most of her oeuvre.

“Love”

Maggie Rogers

Maggie Rogers’ debut EP Now That the Light is Fading features “Alaska”, a song that went viral in 2016.

This Maryland native combines folk and electronica on this 5-song introduction that also includes the new single “On and Off”.

“Alaska”

“On and Off”

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