Phoenix

New music the French band Phoenix.

The band now takes 4 years between albums and shortly we will have Ti Amo.

“J-Boy” is the love song that leads the way.

“J-Boy”

Saint Etienne

Home Countries will be the title of the new Saint Etienne album due in early June.

Their first in 5 years, the song “Heather” validates the wait.

“Heather”

Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L, begins our week with two hours of new music.

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Lopsided World of L (Hour 1)

Lopsided World of L (Hour 2)

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*Chambers “Sister Doom” (Hull/Leeds, England)
*Marina Maximilian “My Boy” (Jerusalem, Israel)
*Death By Chocolate “No Shore To Come” (Bein, Switzerland)
*The Rhythm Express “Women Of The World” (Cuba)
*The Moonlandingz “Black Hanz” (Sheffield, England)
*Nona “Hold Up” (Beyonce cover) (Los Angeles)
*Gozer Goodspeed “Man With The Ruined…” (Plymouth, U.K.)
*Double Crush Syndrome “She’s A Pistol” (Saarbrucken, Germany)
*Rory Lavelle “Poor Pride” (Ireland)
*Pixx “I Bow Down” (London, England)
RAMMSTEIN SONG OF WEEK: “Zwitter”
*Rum Thief “Time To Make A Move” (Manchester, England)
*Boo Seeka “Oh My” (Sydney, Australia)
*Annie’s Revier “Bis Du Mich Siehst” (Hannover, Germany)
*The Black Delta Movement “Medusa” (Kingston Upon Hull)
*Bonmot “Way Back Home” (France)
*Spatial Awareness “Ruvok” (London, England)
*Joolz Denby & Hennng Nugel “Angel Part 2” (London/Germany)
*Wills & The Willing “Running On Empty” (London, England)
*Echo Park Social Club “Andy, Where Did You Go” (Los Angeles)
*Strange Anthem “Dreamer” (Melbourne, Australia)
*Senhit “Higher” (Bologna, Italy)
RAMONES SONG OF WEEK: “Teenage Lobotomy”
*Veins “Ambi” (London, England)
*Ride “Charm Assault” (Oxford, England)
*Keltrix w/Theo Sayers “Great Leader” (Cambridge, England)
*Energy “The Witching Hour” (Boston)
*Are We Static “She” (Wigan, England)
*Moff Skellington “Golfer In Disgrace” (United Kingdom)

Body Count

Body Count’s new album, Bloodlust, is timelier than ever.

This L.A. heavy metal band fronted by Ice-T caused a stir in 1992 with their song “Cop Killer”.

New songs like “Black Hoodie” and “No Lives Matter” are just as profound.

How little has changed since the formation of this band last century.

“Black Hoodie”

“No Lives Matter”

Diet Cig

The punk rock duo Diet Cig hail from New Paltz, New York.

Alex Luciano the guitarist and vocalist, Noah Bowman the drummer.

Their debut, Swear I’m Good At This, includes a birthday song entitled “Barf Day”.

Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L, our Monday music maker.

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Lopsided World of L (Hour 2)

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*The Mrs. “In The Blink Of An Eye” (Austin, TX)
*Ride “Home Is A Feeling” (Oxford, England)
+Kensington Road “Here We Go Now” (Berlin, Germany)
*Martin Noun & DJ Combo “It’s Fine Don’t Worry” (Poland)
*Ronny Morris “All About Love” (Malmö, Sweden)
*Ravines “Touch” (Auckland, New Zealand)
*Death By Chocolate “Give Us A Reason” (Bein, Switzerland)
*The Tossers “Smash The Windows” (Chicago)
*Them Vibes “Electric Fever” (Nashville)
*Hawkmoon “Silverline” (Brisbane, Australia)
+The Treehouse Children” “Woo” (Newcastle, NS Wales)
*Thievery Corporation “Time And Space” (Washington DC)
*The Moon Kids “Forever Blue” (Dunfermline, Scotland)
*Big Wild “When I Get There” (Los Angeles)
*Meri Amber “Work It Out Like Goku” (Sydney, Australia)
*The Jay Vons “Want You Tomorrow” (New York)
*Halfwait “King Of The West” (Sydney, Australia)
*The Probes “Coelacanth” (Liverpool, England)
*Maker “Move Your Feet” (Kent, England)
*Nightmen “Be My World” (Malmö, Sweden)
*Yvonne Browne “Trust Me” (London, England)
*Black Lime “Fight Or Flight” (Hull, England)
*Echo Arcadia “Ghosts” (Edinburgh, Scotland)
*Sera “Doctor” (Brisbane, Australia)
*Scoops “Quicksand” (Dublin, Ireland)
*Eternal Dreamer f/Aloma Steele “Kiss Me” (Germany)
*Cowards “What The Dickens” (Manchester, England)
*Droplet “High” (Melbourne, Australia)
*Campbell L Sangster “Odds Are Stacked” (Liverpool)
RAMONES SONG OF WEEK: “Gimme Gimme Shock…”
*Sam Roberts Band “Fiend” (Montreal, Canada)
RAMMSTEIN SONG OF WEEK: “Stripped” (DM cover)

Arca

Arca’s third album is self-titled.

The name itself means “ceremonial container”, an old Spanish word.

Sung in his native language, “Piel” is the first song.

Generationals

Ted Joyner and Grant Widmer are Generationals.

This duo out of New Orleans have a few albums under their belt.

“Turning the Screw” is a new song.

Feist

Feist’s new album is entitled Pleasure.

The long play includes the song “Century”, a bleak view of the future.

Jarvis Cocker of Pulp adds a haunting narrative toward the end.

“Century”

Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L, international DJ.

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Lopsided World of L (Hour 1)

Lopsided World of L (Hour 2)

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*The Bright Light Social Hour “Tear Down The Wall” (Austin, TX)
*Thievery Corporation “Fight To Survive” (Washington DC)
*Maker “Dead Ends & Avenues” (Kent, England)
*Marq Aurel & Rayman Rave “Have A Nice Day” (Krefeld, Germany)
*Dirty Jane “Boogie Monster” (Birmingham, England)
*Elisee Akwowendo “I Dey Shina” (Ivory Coast/Tel Aviv, Israel)
*Cowards “The Cut” (Manchester, England)
*Justice “Alakasm!” (Paris, France)
*George Alley “Just Leave Me Dreaming” (Philadelphia)
*Aquaserge “Tour du Monde” (Toulouse, France)
*Death By Chocolate “Gravedigger” (Bein, Switzerland)
*Joanna Cooke “More Than I Am” (Plymouth, England)
*Naked Highway “Down” (New York City)
*Sweet Little Machine “We Used To Own…” (Sheffield, England)
*Norquay “Warfare” (Glasgow, Scotland)
*Nonstop to Cairo “Influenzka” (Baldwin, Long Island)
*Saturday Nite Fish Fry f/Shakura S’Aida “Poor…” (Toronto, CN)
*The Tossers “The Horses” (Chicago)
*So-Star f/Kennedy Miller “Dream Come…” (Manchester, UK)
*Dubmatrix f/Gappy Ranks “Roll Dem” (Toronto, CN)
*Nelson Can “Miracle” (Copenhagen, Denmark)
RAMONES SONG OF WEEK: “Somebody Put Something…”
*Endless Shame “Locomotive” (South Sweden)
*Miccoli “Idle Stranger” (Birmingham, England)
*The Real McKenzies “Northwest Passage” (Vancouver)
*Lusterlit f/Susan Hwang “Ceremony” (New York City)
*The Treehouse Children “The Treehouse Children” (AU)
*Amorphis “Her Alone” (Live version) (Finland)
RAMMSTEIN SONG OF WEEK: “Freud & Leid”

J. Marco

J. Marco is a singer/songwriter out of Nashville via Boston.

His debut album Myth features the galvanic “The Void”.

“The Void”

San Fermin

San Fermin is composer Ellis Ludwig-Leone’s brainchild.

Belong is this roving ensembles’ 3rd album which includes the song “Bride”.

“Bride”

Planetarium

Sufjan Stevens has teamed up with The National’s Bryce Dessner, classical composer Nico Muhly and drummer James McAlister for a project called Planetarium, a composition inspired by the solar system.

The 17-song album debuts in June.

“Saturn” is one of the songs.

“Saturn”

Lopsided World of L

Jonathan L and another fabulous SHE show.

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*LEAH “The Northern Edge” (Ontario, Canada)
*London Grammar “Big Picture” (London, England)
*Ninet “Subservient” (Tel Aviv, Israel)
*Afrojockers f/Roxana Tutaj “Love You Anymore” (Poland)
*The Bombpops “Forever Since” (Oceanside, CA
*Bilja Krstić & The Bistrik Orch. “Beautiful Girl” (Serbia)
*Sallie Ford “Middle Child” (Portland, Oregon)
*Ira Losco “We Are The Soldiers” (Malta)
*Emily Wells “Symphony 1” (New York City)
*Jamie-Lee “Wild One” (Berlin, Germany)
*Meri Amber “First Date” (Sydney, Australia)
*The Regrettes “A Living Human Girl” (Eagle Rock, CA)
*Nadja “Lost” (Ian Turner remix) (Poland)
*Asha “Drowning” (Central Coast, Australia)
*Joanna Cooke “Darker Days” (Plymouth, England)
*April Anne “Empty Spaces” (Phoenix, Arizona)
*Kita Klane “Technicolor” (Los Angeles, CA)
*Hurray For The Riff Raff “Hungry Ghost” (New Orleans)
+Lola Dutronic “Everybody Loves…” (’17) (Dusseldorf/Toronto)
*SJ and The Flying Pigs “Fireball” (Cambridge, England)
*Carly Thomas “Montreal Train Song” (Argentina)
*Amber Arcades “It Changes” (Netherlands)
*Lusterlit f/Susan Hwang “Flight” (New York City)
*Delta Omega f/Alyona Ivanova “Break It Through” (Russia)
*Chelsea Shag “New Perfume” (Atlanta, Georgia)
*Bernice “Don’t Wanna Be European” (Toronto, Canada)
*Kate Vargas “Second Skin” (New York City)
*Suzanna Moyland f/Roman Gomez *The Fairies Siege” (London)
*Joolz Denby & Henning Nugel “Fable” (London/Germany)