Blur

The Magic Whip is the first Blur music since 2003.

Damon Albarn remains one of our finest songwriters, as heard on

“There Are Too Many of Us” from the new album.

Blur

Marina and the Diamonds

Marina and the Diamonds is actually the solo act of Welsh singer Marina Lambrini Diamandis.

Her just released 3rd album is called FROOT.

“Savages” is one of the album tracks that caught my attention.

Marina and the Diamonds

Lopsided World of L

International Radio Personality of the Year, Jonathan L, on Mondays.

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*The Rezillos “Out Of This World” (Edinburgh, Scotland)
*White Arrows “I Want A Taste” (Los Angeles)
*Maya Vik “On It (Kapow!)” (Norway)
*Moonspell “The Future Is Dark” (Portugal)
*Crowsaw “The Colours” (South Wales)
*Kieran Robertson “(I Just) Died In Your Arms”(Glasgow)
*The Gentle Storm “The Storm” (Netherlands)
+Public Service Broadcasting “Go” (London)
*Gengahr “She’s A Witch” (London)
*Tamara Bubble “Towel Boy” (Brooklyn, N.Y.)
*Gang Of Four f/A.Mosshart “Broken Talk” (London)
*Deeper Upper “Unity” (Lithuania)
*The Cribs “Different Angle” (West Yorkshire, England)
*Cartesian Jetstream “Limousines” (Manchester)
JOAN JETT SONG OF WEEK: “Make It Back”
*The Reveurs “Harriet” (Manchester)
*Interrobang “Problems” (Liverpool)
*The Diamond Light “Fever Dream” (Los Angeles)
*The Gentle Storm “Heart Of Amsterdam” (Netherlands)
*Red Light Runner “Just Might Find” (Kent, England)
*Lonely Robot “Lonely Robot” (United Kingdom)
*Jesika von Rabbit “Gaydar” (Joshua Tree, CA)
*Mohawk Radio “Hocus Pocus” (Manchester)
*Prides “Higher Love” (Glasgow, Scotland)
*Boom! Bap! Pow! “Suit” (Perth, Australia)
*Doris Brendel & Lee Dunham “Still Running” (London)
*Rubberlips “Lagoon” (West Yorkshire, England

Pale Blue

Mike Simonetti, musician, producer and record company, has a new solo project Pale Blue.

Enlisting the vocal talents of Elizabeth Wight (of the band Silver Hands), he gives us the gorgeous song “The Past We Leave Behind”.

Pale Blue

Sufjan Stevens

Sufjan Stevens returns to folk roots on his new album Carrie & Lowell.

Named after his mother and stepfather, he explores his troubled relationship with his family, particularly with his mother.

“Should Have Known Better” is a poignant first song from the album.

Sufjan Stevens

Tame Impala

Tame Impala, the rock band from Perth, Australia, rose to prominence outside of their native country with the album Lonerism.

Currents is forthcoming with the lead single “Cause I’m a Man”.

Tame Impala

Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L explores Liverpool this week.

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Ali Ingle – intro to Liverpool special
Clinic “You”
Paul McCartney intro and “Queenie Eye”
Edwin Pope / Mutant Vinyl “Lavender”
Edwin Pope / Mutant Vinyl “New York Dub”
The Inkhearts “Keeping Up”
Ali Ingle – Best Hecklers
Ali Ingle “The Locker”
OMD “Helen Of Troy”
Peter Hooten (The Farm) intro to Liverpool special
The Farm “Groovy Train”
Pop Levi “Police Sign”
Ali Ingle – Liverpool, the Best City
Ladytron “International Dateline”
Filter Distortion “Frequency Modulation”
The Little Secrets “All I Need”
Sugarmen “Dirt”
Ali Ingle – on music in Liverpool
Fidel Afro “Waiting For Yesterday”
Ali Ingle “Yours Alone”
The Wombats “Greek Tragedy” (Bastille remix)
Interrobang “Back In The Day”
Ali Ingle – about 3 questions often asked
Clinic “See Saw”
Jennifer Davis “Silhouette”
Hooten Tennis Club “Kathleen Sat On The Arm…”
Alex Hulme “Black”
Ali Ingle – ahh, the best Burgers!
Watchtower “Under Your Thumb”
Paddy Clegg “Dancing Shoes”
Rumjig f/ Julia Gordon “Ego Bow Down” (W.B. mix)
Vandettes “Let It All Go”
Jimmy & The Revolvers “Whistle For My Love”
Ali Ingle – on Tabac Club
Joe Symes and the Loving Kind “Fallen Down”
Ladytron “Discotraxx”
Ali Ingle – Thank you for listening
Ali Ingle f/ Katheryn Williams “Came To The Morning”
Paul McCartney “Hope For The Future” (Jaded mix)

Toro Y Moi

Toro Y Moi’s latest is entitled What For?

This talented Chillwave artist leads with the song “Empty Nesters”.

Toro Y Moi

Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L rocks on Mondays from Berlin.

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*The Singularity “Wetter” (Los Angeles)
*Public Service Broadcasting “Go” (London)
BRMC “Mama Taught Me Better” (Los Angeles) (2010)
*Go Nogo “New Folks” (Heisenborg, Sweden)
*Cafeine “Lettre D’amour” (Quebec/Los Angeles)
*Ben Wash f/Bridget Barkan “Queen” (Miami, Florida)
*Gang Of Four “Dead Souls” (London)
*Larytta “Revolution 10” (Lausanne, Sweden)
*Slow Readers Club “I Saw A Ghost” (Manchester, U.K.)
*Pound Of Flesh “Live Fast” (Chicago)
*Mohawk Radio “Seen It All Before” (Manchester, U.K.)
*Black Star Riders “Finest Hour” (Ireland/ Los Angeles)
*Beach Baby “Bruise” (London)
*Heimataerde “Einfach So” (Germany)
+Jesika von Rabbit “Psychic Spice” (Joshua Tree, CA)
*Cartesian Jetstream “Slightly Real” (Ireland)
*Babyhowl “Dead Man Tell No Lies” (Bracknell, U.K.)
*Bleu Toucan “Easy To Find”(club mix)(Pau/Paris, France)
*Doris Brendel “Life Is A Mushroom” (London)
*Aaron David Gleason “Progress” (Greenpoint, Brooklyn)
*Diagrams “Gentle Morning Song” (Sheffield, England)
*Purity Ring “Body Ache” (Edmonton, Canada)
*Travis Caudle “Back To You” (Perth, Australia)
*Dutch Uncles “Decided Knowledge” (Manchester, U.K.)
*The Rezillos “Groovy Room” (Edinburgh, Scotland)
JOAN JETT SONG OF WEEK: “Change The World”
*No Volcano “New York Drugstore” (Phoenix, AZ)
*Chris Jasper “Still In Love” (New York City)

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Jonathan L here on Monday, every Monday, only Monday.

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*Gang Of Four f /H. Gronemeyer “The Dying Rays”(London)
*The Kickdrums “Breathe Again” (Brooklyn, N.Y.)
+The Whereabouts “One After 909” (Cavan, Ireland)
*Little Brother Eli “Hanging” (Oxford, England)
*The Pop Group “Citizen Zombie” (Bristol, England)
*Ben Wash f/ Culture Prophet “Sanctuary” (Miami, Florida)
*Mohawk Radio “Oblivian” (Manchester, England)
*Black Star Riders “Blindsided” (Ireland / Los Angeles)
*Kate Pierson “Mister Sister” (Athens, Georgia)
*Cafeine “Sex Beat” (Gun Club cover) (Los Angeles)
*Eisbrecher “Dreizehn” (Fürstenfeldbruck, Germany)
*Will Butler (of Arcade Fire) “Anna” (Montreal)
*Summer Cannibals “Something New” (Portland, OR)
*Dutch Uncles “Drips” (Manchester, England)
+Chaos Rising “Neuer Gott” (Moscow, Russia)
*Low Cut Connie “Shake It A Little Tina” (Philadelphia)
*Alex Hulme “Black” (Liverpool, England)
*Pond “Medicine Hat” (Perth, Australia)
JOAN JETT SONG OF WEEK: “I Need Someone”(Dmix)
*Epica “Natural Corruption” (Netherlands)
*The Temperance Movement “Smouldering” (London)
*Mercy. “Bed Head” (Lyon, France)
*Gang Of Four f/Alison/Kills “England’s In…”(London)
+Livan “Undead” (London)
*The Juliana Hatfield Three “Push Pin” (Cambridge, MA)
+The Black Delta Movement “Blister”(Kingston Upon Hull)
*Go Satta “Bodhi Tree” (Plymouth, England)
*Tuomas Holopainen “Cold Heart Of The…”(Finland)

The National

The National, one of the premier indie bands of the last decade, created the ambience for the documentary Mistaken for Strangers, a film that chronicled the brother of lead singer Matt Berninger, following the band on tour.

The film is now available for rental and download and the new song “Sunshine on My Back” is included.

The National